THE Classic Racing Motorcycle Club returns to Anglesey Circuit this weekend with a dazzling display of racing bikes from the 60s, 70s and 80s.

Competitors will travel from as far afield as Dundee in the north, Exeter in the south and the Isle of Sheppy in the east to race on this fabulous circuit dubbed the “Philip Island” of Wales in homage to the Moto GP track in Australia.

Whilst some will be travelling hundreds of miles to be here, others are more local and will be going all out to exploit their track knowledge to the full.

Anglesey residents Bob Owen, Meredydd Owen and Meredydd’s son Hefyn will all be hoping to put that knowledge and experience to good use when they take their machines to the start line.

Amongst the bikes entered are iconic machines from the UK and Europe such as Manx Nortons, Matchless G50s, Seeleys, Aermacchis, Bultaco, Ducatis from 250cc to 1200cc, Moto Guzzi V twins, Three cylinder Triumph Tridents, BSA Goldstars and from Japan, machines produced by the Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki and Yamaha factories.

Sunday’s programme features the fourth round of the ACU National Championships and both these races have attracted superb high quality fields that have all the ingredients to make spectacular races for the considerable prize money.

Out to defend their 2018 ACU Championship Crowns will be Joe Barton and Lee Hodge of the Minnovation Race team but will face fierce competition from the likes of BSB rider Hudson Kennaugh, Alan Oversby and Richard Molnar.

If the ACU races we have witnessed already in 2019 are anything to go by, it will be hard to find a pair of more exciting races at Anglesey this year.