Neon LED circuit in the shape of the Isle of Man TT Course. This lamp is perfect for your wall, in the living room, man cave, game room, bedroom, where ever you like. Great as a gift for yourself or some lucky friend or family member.Read more
- Delivery time:
- 1 - 5 business days production time
- Handmade Neon Art
- One year warranty
- 5 Star reviews
- Unique art for motorsport fans
This gorgeous model, crafted by Neon Tracks, depicts the Isle of Man TT Course. This high quality neon LED wall light is made by hand and built to last.
Show your love for racing and design the mood in any room with this awesome Neon Track. The gorgeous glow of the neon gives your room retro ambiance with modern LED. Your favourite track in the colour of your choice is available in 3 different sizes.
This track is made with long lasting and environmentally friendly neon LED, this makes it both safe and durable. The neon LED is mounted in a frame that is shaped to the Isle of Man TT Course, so there is no back plate or acrylic board. The light hits your wall without obstruction.
Your Neon Track comes with a power adapter, touch dimmer and 3 metre cable (black or white).
The Isle of Man TT Mountain Course or TT Course is a motorcycle road-racing circuit located in the Isle of Man. The motorcycle TT Course is used principally for the Isle of Man TT Races and also the separate event of the Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling for the Manx Grand Prix and Classic TT Races held in September of each year. The start-line for the Isle of Man TT Mountain Course is located on Glencrutchery Road in the town of Douglas, Isle of Man.
The clockwise course has a lap of 37.73 miles (60.72 km), from the start line at the TT Grandstand on Glencrutchery Road (A2 Ramsey to Douglas) in the island's main town of Douglas. After negotiating urban streets, the racing circuit turns right to leave Douglas at Quarter Bridge, then proceeds along the A1 Douglas to Peel road through the villages of Braddan, Union Mills, Glen Vine, Crosby, and Greeba. The course then turns right at Ballacraine on to the A3 Castletown to Ramsey road, firstly through countryside glens followed by agricultural land interspersed by the villages of Kirk Michael, Ballaugh and Sulby, finally intersecting with the A18 Snaefell mountain road after negotiating urban streets in the town of Ramsey. The A18 then takes the course back to Douglas through the highest point, situated after the Bungalow at Hailwood's Height near the 31st Milestone and the UK Ordnance Survey spot height of 422 metres (1,385 ft) above sea level. The descent starts through countryside before entering the residential outskirts of Douglas back to the finish line.
|LED type||Neon LED|
|Dimmer or Controller||Included|
|Cable length||3 metres|
|RGB cable length||5 meters|
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