2018 Festival of Jurby Merchandise

Festival of Jurby Merchandise

Buy a Festival of Jurby T-shirt, cap, pin or fridge magnet and help support the Manx Grand Prix Supporters’ Club’s injured riders and helicopter fund on the Isle of Man.

Wemoto has raised over £48,000 for the charity in the last three years, through the sale of its Jurby T-shirts. This year, we have expanded our merchandise in a bid to raise even more.

2018 Festival of Jurby T-shirts

2018 Festival of Jurby T-shirt

Each year, Wemoto releases a new t-shirt which celebrates an icon in Isle of Man Racing history.

This year’s design celebrates the phenomenal Mike Hailwood. Marking the 40th anniversary of his comeback to mainstream motorcycle racing and remarkable win at the Formula 1 TT.

The T-shirts have been endorsed by a number of popular riders and motorcycling figures, including Conor Cummins, James Hillier, Dan Kneen, Freddie Spencer, Gary Johnson, Michael Rutter, Guy Martin, Ian Hutchinson, Ivan Lintin, Jamie Whitham, John Cooper, Peter Hickman, John McGuinness, Trevor Nation and Michael Dunlop.

This year’s design is available to buy at wemoto.com or in limited numbers at the Festival of Jurby on Sunday, 26th August 2018.

Buy 2018 Festival of Jurby T-shirts – £10.00

Other Jurby Merchandise

Festival of Jurby Pin Badge






Lapel Pin Badge Metal Jurby Help the Isle of Man TT Helicopter Fund 40mm wide – £2.00


Festival of Jurby Cap






Black Cap Jurby Help the Isle of Man TT Helicopter Fund one Size – £8.50

Festival of Jurby Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener






Fridge Magnet Jurby Help the Isle of Man TT Helicopter Fund with Bottle Opener 92mm wide – £2.00

Manx Grand Prix Supporters’ Club

The MGPSC helps to fund life-saving helicopter ambulances on practice and race days during the Manx Grand Prix. In an event of an incident, the helicopter is able to reach the scene in an average time of five to six minutes, complete with medical equipment.

The charity also supports injured riders and their families, as well as donating money to help with medical equipment.

To find out more, visit manxgrandprix.org

Information is correct at the time of publishing (10/05/18)

Today We Do The Ton

It’s been 60 years since Bob McIntyre became the first man to lap the Isle of Man Mountain Course at over 100mph. A great way to celebrate this, we thought, would be to make it the focus of this year’s Festival of Jurby T-shirts. All profits from the sale of which go to the Manx Grand Prix Supporters’ Club, to help fund injured riders and the  MGP’s helicopter ambulances on the Isle of Man.

We’re in our third year now of raising money for the club, having raised £26,000 so far. This year, we’re hoping to do even better, and you can help us by purchasing one of these £10 t-shirts. Find our more on our Festival of Jurby 2017 fundraising page.

Information correct at the time of publishing