Issue 22 – March 2021

£5.20

We’re rounding up all the latest from across the club and road racing worlds as the dawn of the 2021 season creeps ever closer…check out Issue 22!

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We’re rounding up all the latest from across the club and road racing worlds as the dawn of the 2021 season creeps ever closer…

In our chockablock March 2021 issue of Britain’s best bike racing magazine, UK Clubsport has an exclusive, no-BS chat with the Supersport star rocking the road and short circuit scene – Lee Johnston.

We also have a peek at what could be the country’s first all-electric racing club as we get the lowdown on the launch of the ERRA, with exclusive comment from ACU General Secretary and TT Clerk of the Course Gary Thompson.

Speaking of Clarke, club front-runner Brad Clarke is getting ready to run a BSB and Superstock team, including a seat for himself. Also joining the BSB paddock and making moves in clubland to shift class, championship and bikes  are a few of this month’s movers and shakers.

Classics man Alister Lingard talks us through the importance of serious workshop hours on older bikes, while Ryan Garside recalls dad Mark’s days racing across Europe and even narrowly missing out on rides at Grands Prix.

Dean Ryde’s latest sidecar creation has the outfit world buzzing as he looks to snatch the F1 crown from LCR, Mackers gets you unstuck and Aidan’s having a curry.

Our columnists Dom, Lissy and Harry check in as one of the lads gets violated…again…

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