Love TT? Join us!

Support the riders, learn new skills and be part of the greatest road races in the world.

Marshalling the TT course is a great way to experience the thrill of the sport you love, in the road racing capital of the world!

For four weeks every year, our dedicated and skilled team of volunteers provide vital support around the 37.73 mile course, ensuring the road is safe and the riders are looked after.

And with a crew of more than five hundred needed before a wheel can even turn towards Bray Hill, we’re always keen to recruit new marshals. Whether you live on the island or visit us from “over the water”, whether it’s your first event, or you’ve been following the racing for decades, you’ll be made very welcome.

Never done it before? We’ll team you up with an experienced crew to learn the ropes. Once you’ve completed a few sessions you can get trained too, so you’ll gain a new set of skills for free!

And you don’t need to attend every practice and race session. Of course, it would be great if you marshal them all, but even a few sessions at each event really helps us!

With your support we can ensure exciting, high octane events like the TT, the Classic TT and the Manx Grand Prix are well-manned by a professional team who care about their sport and want to secure its future for years to come.

Join us, get involved and get up close to the action!

Register your details here today & we’ll be in touch!   #thanksTTmarshals

TT2018: Signing-on & proposed new practice sessions

We plan to open online signing-on in March, so keep checking our web site and social media for more news on that. (Paper forms will be sent out in April)

TT organisers are proposing two additional practice sessions for TT2018, one on Sunday 27 May and one on the afternoon of Friday 1 June, the proposal is now out to consultation. If you would like to comment on these proposals, please send your comments to before 28th February.

We all remember the weather-affected practice sessions of 2017! If these new sessions get the go-ahead, they will only go-ahead in exceptional circumstances:

The proposed Sunday practice will only take place if the very first session, on Saturday 26 May, is called off. The additional Friday session, on the afternoon of 1 June, will only take place if the practice schedule has suffered significant disruption during the week. Whatever the decision on the Friday afternoon practice, the Friday evening session will still go-ahead as usual.

Incident Management Course scheduled for Friday 1 June: We are still taking bookings for this IMC, but please bear in mind that should the new afternoon practice session go-ahead, the IMC on that day will be cancelled.