Welcome to the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club

Racing and Parading Classic Racing Motorcycles and Sidecars from the past.

Who are we?

The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club (also known as the CRMC) is one of the largest and most respected racing motorcycle clubs dedicated to the preservation and use of postwar racing and sports machines.

Close racing, full grids and friendly race paddocks at the best racing circuits throughout the UK - CRMC race weekends offer riders, officials and spectators a memorable taste of racing from the past.

Are you a new rider? Would you like to race for free with the CRMC? Find out more

Next Race Meeting - Snetterton 3 ~ 4 September 2022

CRMC racing at Snetterton

If you enjoyed the Donington Classic Motorcycle Festival at the end of July, you don't need to wait too long for the next exciting instalment of probably the best classic motorcycle racing! The CRMC returns to racing at the fast Snetterton Circuit on the first weekend of September for more fun.

This is the penultimate round of the CRMC Championships, so it is going to be important for all competitors to grab crucial points before the season ends at Croft in October. 

Click on Next Race Meeting to find out more


CRMC 2022 Provisional Calendar

Dates and venues may change 

  • 16th-17th April 2022 - Pembrey
  • 7th-8th May 2022 - Brands Hatch Indy
  • 4th-5th June 2022 - Anglesey Coastal
  • 2nd-3rd July 2022 - Cadwell Park
  • 30th-31st July 2022 - Donington Park National
  • 3rd-4th September 2022 - Snetterton 200
  • 1st-2nd October 2022 - Croft


What are you going to race with CRMC in 2022?

If you are thinking of racing with CRMC, or thinking of racing something different, or are just interested to find out more about what can race in CRMC championships, we've put together a definitive CRMC Racing Directory - a guide listing all the CRMC 2021 race classes and championships, what bikes are eligible, what won last year and who to contact.

Click here for the CRMC Racing Directory 

In an effort to reduce paper and minimise infection risks, it is more important than ever to enter events online.  It is simple to do:

  1. If you haven't already joined the CRMC, click on Register and enter your name and address
  2. Click on the link to join the CRMC - it costs £38 per year and you can pay by card online
  3. Once you have joined, you can complete details of your bike (eligibility number, make & model etc) and add details of your race classes
  4. Finally, enter details of your Next of Kin and you are then ready to enter a race or parade

If you have any difficulties, please contact Anji Yardley, CRMC Race Entry Secretary, telephone number 01507 568573 (Please do not call after 9pm) or email entries@crmc.co.uk