First impressions are important – our visitor’s initial experience can really set the right impression. Firstly we try to put ourselves in our visitor’s shoes and consider what they experience when arranging to attend and when first arriving at our event.
The North Armagh Motorcycle & Car Club (Tarmac Section) Ltd, a voluntary group from County Armagh who coordinate over 500 volunteers and 300 participants to run the Tandragee 100 National Motorcycle Road Races,
The Tandragee 100 event provides a unique sporting event for a large number of competitors. Tandragee is the longest of the National Road Races that offers the full range of championship classes and it offers both technical stretches,
The first Tandragee 100 took place on Saturday 19th April 1958 and has been one of the most popular events on the annual racing calendar, always attracting top-class entries and huge spectator audiences.
The Around-A-Pound Tandragee 100 is the largest National Road Racing Event in NI, attracting over 150 competitors from around the globe, including the likes of Guy Martin, Derek Sheils and Derek McGee. Spectator numbers are in excess of 12,000 with television audiences also in the thousands.