A little bit of TT history
Expert and friendly guided driving tours for cycling, food and drink, TT circuit and more! Explore the hidden delights and beauty of the Isle of Man in real comfort with Powerwheels. Whether it’s coastal beauty spots or a lap of the world famous TT course, you’ll get to see all the historical and scenic must do sites with an experienced and friendly guide. 7 and 16 seater luxury buses are available for excursions, tailor-made tours, airport transfers, evening functions and socials.
West Coast Wander - Driving Route
West to South 1h - 2h 17km Providing spectacular scenery, this route will take you from the picturesque town of Peel and wind through the delights of Glen Maye, Niarbyl and Rushen finishing at the Sound.
Ancient Capital Runaround - Driving Route
South via Castletown 45m - 3h 20km Not only can you discover the delights of the Ancient Capital Castletown on this route, there are also museums, beautiful scenery and a racing course to be explored.
King of the TT Course - Driving Route
TT Mountain circuit 2h - 4h 37km Cruise round the course that is the toughest test for those wanting to be crowned King of the Mountain. 37 milestones and 37.5 miles, your thrilling journey begins at The Grandstand.
The Norseman - Driving Route
The North and Ramsey 1h - 3h 35km Trackside on the historic east following the electric railway line is an exciting and varied journey including a ride over the mountain, ancient site visits and winding cliff tops.
Slieau Sloop - Driving Route
Sulby Glen 1h - 3h 19km A short ascent before a steep descending drive to Sulby glen valley towards the flatter and wilder northern tip of the Island.
The Leece Museum
The Leece Museum is devoted to objects, photographs and documents specifically relating to Peel in the Isle of Man. The Leece Museum's archive of unique documents and photographs is of particular interest to those who are researching family history, as well as to visitors with a general interest in the life of a busy Manx fishing port in days gone by. The Leece Museum was established in 1984 by Eddie Leece, a retired headmaster of Peel Clothworkers School, and former Town Commissioner, and Frank Quayle who served as the museum's curator for its first 15 years. In 2015 they created a permanent exhibition of TT & MGP winning racing machines, vintage, and off-road bikes. All housed in the Black Hole Prison cell where wrong doers were incarcerated in days.
Murrays Motorcycle Museum
Established 1964. A small but packed museum of treasured machines and memorabilia and must visit pit stop for TT and classic motorcycle enthusiasts. Greeted by the owner Peter Murray the museum represents years of motor collecting covering machines from the late 1800's through to modern times.
Jurby Transport Museum
Based in north of the Island, the museum is set in a former RAF Aircraft Hanger built in the winter of 1939-40. Housed in the hanger are many vintage Manx buses, cars and wagons as well as rail vehicles which may be of particular interest if you enjoy using the Heritage Railways during your holiday on the Isle of Man. Children can clamber in and onto many the vehicles and will enjoy the miniature displays of toy and model cars and trains including a Hornby Dublo Train.
Isle of Man Motor Museum
Situated on the former RAF Jurby in the sunny north of the Isle of Man, the privately funded Isle of Man Motor Museum was purpose designed and houses over 500 vehicles. Opened in May 2015, it has become a petrolhead’s paradise with something for everyone to enjoy. Starting with the 1904 Gordon Bennett Trials, the Isle of Man occupies a unique place in both motoring and motorsports heritage. Every year, TT riders take on the fearsome 37.73 mile Mountain Course now averaging well over 130mph. Throughout the year, the Island’s fabulous driving roads and stunning scenery provide all enthusiast drivers and riders with an ideal destination to exercise their machines. The brand new Isle of Man TT Museum at the Isle of Man Motor Museum has opened in time for the start of the 2018 TT Races. This exciting new addition has seen the number of motorcycles on display increase from 200 to almost 400 helped by a wall of bikes!
Isle of Man Motorcycle Adventures
Motorcycle hire company offering a unique tailor made and bespoke motorcycle hire holiday packages. With a wide selection of late, low mileage modern motorcycles, we can provide the perfect bike for all riding styles, individual height and weight requirements and budgets. We can be there to personally greet you on your arrival and take you to your choice of accommodation, be it a waterfront hotel, B&B or a traditional Manx cottage. Your choice of motorcycle will be ready and waiting for you, as will a welcome pack including everything you will need to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Isle of Man Trike Tours
Isle of Man Trike Tours are offering you a unique way to enjoy our roads. Despite many of the roads having no speed limit, a factor that attracts many enthusiasts, the team want you to enjoy our beautiful Island and tours safely. The emphasis of the tours is on enjoyment rather than high speed, though believe us when they say 30mph feels more like 50mph on the Trike when the wind is blowing through your hair! The Island has hundreds of miles of quieter roads that will take you through places of historical interest and breathtaking scenery. The drivers are very knowledgeable about the Island, its history, people and places, so feel free to ask anything! The team love to show people what our Island has to offer and therefore IOM Trike Tours provide a range of set tours for your enjoyment. Alternatively they are also happy to discuss tours tailored to your requirements.
Isle of Man Green Lane Routes for Trail Riders
Motorsport is woven in the Island’s DNA but not limited to the famed TT Races. Winding across our hills, forests and heath land are 45 legal tracks (or green lanes) amounting to nearly 100 miles of scenic trails and challenges for off-road riders. Cover all tracks in a weekend break and to make the most of your visit book a guide and a comfortable stay in Biker Friendly accommodation.