The British Superbike School is based at Blyton Park Raceway, just north of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire.
The circuit is approx. 1 hour from the M1 and 30 mins from the A1. It is also not much over 2 hours from the M25.
Many riders turn a school day visit into a short tour, taking in great unexplored roads, with routes through the Peak District, Yorkshire Moors and Dales, the Lincolnshire Wolds, and some great rarely known country routes through the Midlands (contact us for details).
We regularly have riders from the north of Scotland and Devon, even had bookings from Guernsey and Hong Kong! Zeebrugge – Hull is the most direct route to us from the continent, with Hull less than 50 mins away via the famous Humber Bridge, which is now free to motorcycles.
Blyton Park has excellent facilities, and was only built in 2011. The track has plenty of tarmac run-off practically everywhere, making it far safer than the old race circuits. It is the same width as Cadwell Park, and almost as long as the full circuit there.
The site facilities are even newer, with a great café serving local food to order on the day, and a large new briefing room. It also has a unique, large undercover area in the event of a shower.
A large grass area is available if you want to camp overnight.
There is also plenty of every good local accommodation:-
Blyton Park Driving Centre, Kirton Road, Blyton, Gainsborough DN21 3PE. In Blyton (north of Gainsborough) turn right onto B1205 and we are one mile on left. Do not use post code with Satnav, instead please use the following co-ordinates:- North 53° 26′49″ West 0° 40′ 49″