Glamp it up at the TT with Metzeler

By Chris Newble
ChrisNewble Obsessed with two smokes, riding gear and racing. Strong believer in the fact you can never have too many motorcycles
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German tyre manufacturer Metzeler will once again offer ‘glamping’ style village for TT fans.

It’s not too late to book that trip to the fabulous and famous Island in the Irish Sea and to stand a stones throw from the most interesting 37 ¾ mile stretch of road in the world.

For the fifth consecutive year Metzeler are pitching up their tents in the heart of the TT, at the National Sports Centre in Douglas and prices start from just £22 per night/person!

The makeshift village located at Quarterbridge, just under two miles after the Glencrutchery Road start line, is just walking distance from the track and includes a host of handy facilities. From washing/shower facilities and 24h secure motorcycle parking, to free Wi-Fi and a chill-out zone with satellite TV. There’s even an opportunity to take advantage of the sports centres swimming pool and Spa facilities. And if you’re not sold already, an inflatable bed and lantern are available free of charge to all guests.

If you’ve got a pair of Metzeler’s on your bike then they’ll even treat you to breakfast. If not, you don’t have to sit outside in the rain but the breakfast is discounted instead. 

As a resident of the Metzeler village you will also gain exclusive access to their sponsored TT riders, such as a certain 13-times winner, Ian Hutchinson. 

So if you’re planning on making the pilgrimage to the TT in 2017, but still struggling to find that elusive accommodation, the METZELER VILLAGE will be open from June 1st to 10th  and available to book at >

Tell ‘em BikeSocial sent you. You might get an extra sausage!
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