The annual Enkalon Trophy showpiece at Bishopscourt on Easter Saturday is entering its 37th year this month and fans can look forward to a superb day of racing for just £5.
The Co Down circuit will host the traditional Easter Saturday meeting on March 30, when the feature Enkalon event - held in association with Adelaide Insurance - will be run over a new format, with the rider boasting the highest points tally from the two-leg race lifting the prestigious silverware.
Formed in 1976, the Enkalon Club has been a major contributor to motorcycle racing in this country.
Ray McCullough won the inaugural Enkalon race in 1977 and an illustrious list of winners includes names such as Robert Dunlop, Gary Cowan, Michael Swann, Johnny Rea, Alan Irwin, George Farlow and Jackie Hughes.
Cameron Donald has won the trophy three times and is the current champion following his victory in 2012.
The feature race has a total prize fund of £1,500 and complements a full programme of Ulster and Irish Championship races at Bishopscourt, with the first race due off at approximately 11am.
The organisers have slashed the admission fee to a mere fiver this year, including an official race programme to attract big crowds and in response to the difficult financial climate.
This year, the promoting MCRRCI and Killinchy clubs have reverted back to a one-day format for the meeting and the organisers anticipate full grids and close racing.
A spokesperson said: “We have introduced this low charge to encourage families to come and enjoy the day out at a superb exciting motorcycle event and venue with all resources on site.”
Entries close in one week when details of the rider line-up will be confirmed.