Phil Bevan Trackdays
23rd March 2020
Further to our conversations with Pembrey earlier today and as a result of the governments instructions this evening, our Trackdays are suspended with immediate effect.
As I’m sure you’ll appreciate there is no specific timescale to this but for the meantime it’ll apply until 30th April.
In the meantime anyone who has booked for our April events will have a credit note issued – these will be valid until the end of the season and will be based on your original On Line booking reference number. If they need ''amending'' further I'll look at them individually.
Like yourselves, we’ll be monitoring the situation as best we can and if it changes we’ll let you know.
In the meantime we’d like to thank you all for your continued support – we are quite an old ‘’minnow’’ now with a few big fish but as always, we couldn’t have the fun we have without you lot. Please Keep Well, keep washing those hands and make sure you get all those jobs at home done over the next few weeks.
Because once we get back up and running - you won’t want to be at home !
With Kind Regards
Phil Bevan, Alan Holland and the crew from PBTD’s.
Phil Bevan Trackdays are a well established motorcycle trackday company based at Pembrey Circuit, South Wales. Operated by Phil Bevan and Alan Holland since 2003, we entertain over 1000 trackday riders over the summer season.
We are also assisted by a team of experienced Instructors, the Pembrey Bike Marshalls, Medical team and Staff.
We feel the personal service we provide enables riders at all levels to have a safe and enjoyable day so even if you're a complete Novice or experienced Racer you are more than welcome to join us.
If you'd like to know a little more - have a look on our Face Book site first https://www.facebook.com/philbevantrackdays/ and have a trawl around here or perhaps give us a bell.
Phil Bevan 07885 453 191
Alan Holland 07968 208 132
In 2015 we all linked up with a long time customer Colin Mitten, who works for Costain Construction. With your help we raised over £2000 for the ''Costain 150 Challenge''