Beezumph 30, on-line ticket orders have now ended. There are still a limited number of track spaces available, please see Graham Redrup on the Friday of the event.

B30 Program: Beezumph 30 Program

Anglesey Circuit Map: Anglesey Circuit Map

Full Schedule here:

2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the commercial launch of the iconic Triumph X-75 Hurricane. Designed by Craig Vetter at the request of Don Brown, VP, General Manager and Director of BSA in America, the Hurricane was seen as a more acceptable design for American sensitivities than was the rather boxy Umberslade Hall-designed BSA Rocket 3 upon which the Hurricane is based. Originally conceived as a BSA model, the X-75 Hurricane was launched in 1973 as a Triumph following the collapse of BSA in 1972. The Hurricane, with its stylish sloping cylinders, extended front forks, high handlebars, triple stacked silencers on the right hand side and beautiful tank and seat unit, was an instant classic, widely regarded as the first factory custom bike. Only 1170 Hurricanes were built during its short production run. Most were exported to the USA.

We will celebrate this important anniversary at our annual track-based Beezumph rally, B30, at the Anglesey Circuit on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th July 2023.

B30 will feature camping, a ride-out (dedicated to Les Williams) on the afternoon of Friday 7th, track sessions on Saturday 8th, bike displays with trophies for category winners, a marquee with band and a guest speaker. There will be catering and bar. The two-course meal consisting of a main and dessert on Saturday night is included in the rally ticket price. The non-vegetarian option will be a hog roast with accompaniments and a vegetarian option will be available. Other catering during the rally is provided by the cafeteria on-site at the circuit. A variety of food and drink options are available throughout the rally. A rally badge featuring the X-75 Hurricane is also available for rally ticket holders.

The TR3OC welcomes attendees and track riders with any make and age of bike at B30.

Track sessions are categorised by the skill and experience levels of riders, from track novices to fast riders and race bikes. Novice sessions will be led by a travelling marshal.  All attendees going out on track are required to meet the Anglesey Circuit regulations, which include the use of a helmet and full protective leather riding gear and with back protectors.

B30 is organised by the Events Secretary, Joe Perfect