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Flight back to a golden era at Enniskillen airfield

By Paul Lindsay

Published 20/08/2015

A golden era of racing will ride again as the popular Enniskillen 100 Revival touches down at St Angelo Airport on Saturday, September 12, with a huge variety of modern, vintage and classic racing motorcycles on show.

The Revival was established back in 2012 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the last Enniskillen 100 Motorcycle Road Races.

The event is again organised by Cookstown andDistrict Motor Cycle Club, supported by the newly formed Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club and sponsored by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.

Last year's event moved up a gear, with an Irish championship short circuit race at the airfield for the first time since 2005. Organisers plan to build on this success and the 2015 Enniskillen 100 Revival will again feature Ulster and Irish Short Circuit Championship racing in a number of classes, from 125cc through to the Irish Superbike class.

The core of the Revival event, as always, will be races, demonstration runs and parade laps by a wide variety of modern and historic motorcycles, on the mile long spectator friendly course laid out at the Killadeas Road airfield.

There will be static displays of motorbikes, historic cars, a PSNI BikeSafe event, displays of historic racing and rally cars, stalls and a selection of other attractions for motorsport enthusiasts and the general public.

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