Roadracing on public streets and through villages isn't limited to the Isle of Man. While the TT gets all the glory—and the notoriety—a surprising number of races test the mettle of riders across Ireland and the roof of Britain. Collectively known as Northern Roadracing, every race has the thrills of its more famous cousin. Some, like the North West 200, feature mind-boggling group starts. Others flit along the coast or through public parks. Each takes place with frightening proximity to the stone walls, hedgerows, and wildlife that make the Isle of Man so thrilling.