Issue 14 – April 2020


Just because the country is on lockdown, it doesn’t mean you can’t get your racing fix!

Pick up the April issue of UK Clubsport magazine for the best news, features and gossip from across British club and road racing.


Just because the country is on lockdown, it doesn’t mean you can’t get your racing fix – Issue 14 is here to wash away those stay-at-home blues!

This month, we sit down for a chat with Max Morgan and his old man, British Superbike paddock legend Nick Morgan – with plenty of banter and bike chat along the way.

We also speak to Frankie Stennett, one of the Isle of Man’s up-and-coming road racers, about his Manx GP dreams and the view forward to what’s next. Speaking of islanders, adoptive Manxman Harry Payne gives us the lowdown on what’s going on for he and passenger Olly Lace before giving us a full rundown on outfits, from F1s to F2s and more.

Thundersport GB boss Dave Stewart weighs in on when racing could get going again after a first-hand look at how Spain is handling the Covid-19 outbreak. Former roads star Ian Mackman is back for another installment of 2 Machs Tech Tips where he’s taking things down to the wire – lockwire, that is – and there is only one way to do it right, as he explains. We take a closer look at the PDMCC’s Streetstock 125 series which has racers young and old flocking in for tight battles on even tighter budgets.

You lot have showcased your weapons for the upcoming season in our new Readers’ Rides section, we’ve compiled the best of Swag Bag goodies, Aidan Robinson is back with an ever-important Race Clinic and there’s plenty more in store under the cover of Issue 14 of UK Clubsport magazine.

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Weight .250 kg
Dimensions 21 × 29.7 × .7 cm

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