Bikesports 2017


Descriptions, regulations and registration for the Bikesports formula.

Aim Technologies Bikesports Championship

Bikesports is for sports racing cars powered by motorbike engines. Typically, chassis used in the championship are from manufacturers such as Radical and Spire Sportscars but individually built cars are also welcome, as are both central and traditional two seater designs. 

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A Cars using 'tuned' motorbike engines up to 1500cc 660kgs
  If sub-1340cc 585kg
B Cars using 'production' motorbike engines up to 1500cc 660Kgs
  If sub-1340cc 585kg
C Cars using engines of less than 1100cc capacity 530Kgs

See regulations for full details of minimum weights, and for central-seat models.


Any naturally-aspirated series-production four-stroke motorcycle engine may be used. Forced induction is not permitted.


The gearbox must remain as part of the bike engine within the engine casing arrangement as per the bike manufacturer's standard configuration.

Wheels & Tyres

Wheels and tyres are free.


There are 13 rounds in the 2018 season, spread across two double-header and three triple-header race weekends. Each weekend consists of one 20 minute qualifying season and two 18 minute plus one lap races.


Club membership is just £25 for 12 months, season registration is £130, and double-header weekend entry fees (qualifying and 2 x 20min races) are typically between £320 and £380 depending on the circuit. Eligible cars are available secondhand from just £10,000.