The Isle of Man's Department of Infrastructure has launched the island's Festival of Motorcycling road safety campaign.
Manx cyclist Peter Kennaugh has been named in the Team Sky lineup for the Tour De France. It will be his debut in the competition.
Police on the Isle of Man have praised the public and motorists on the island after a quiet 'Mad Sunday' at the TT Festival.
British cyclist Mark Cavendish is aiming to win the first stage of the Tour de France, which would see him wear the yellow jersey for the first time.
In an interview with ITV.com, the 28-year-old said: “It’s everything to me to win as many stages as possible - and the green jersey – but stage 1 this year presents the first opportunity for a sprinter to wear the yellow jersey since the 60s.
“I’ve never yet worn the yellow jersey and I’m excited to try for that.”
John McGuinness has vowed to continue at the Isle of Man TT races despite only winning one leg of this year's competition.
The Morecambe Missile's victory on the final day of racing was his 20th at the TT, in a career spanning 17 years.
Lifeboat crews from the Isle of Man have rescued two men after their dingy broke down in the Irish Sea.
The men were returning to Ireland after visiting the Manx TT races when their engine failed.
The Peel Lifeboat, which was taking part in an exercise in the area, had to tow the stricken vessel 15 miles back to safety.
A 20th victory in the senior TT for John McGuinness saw Michael Dunlop miss out on his record-equalling fifth win of the event.
But a crash earlier in the day marred proceedings when 10 spectators were injured.
The "Morecambe Missile" ended the day on top of the podium, finishing 10 seconds ahead of Dunlop.
A number of spectators have been transported to hospital after Sheff Pack Kawasaki rider Jonathan Howarth crashed during the final day's racing at the Isle of Man TT.
Howarth, making his debut at the event, crashed at the Bray Hill section of the mountain course, bringing out the red flags to halt the senior race.
Although the 29-year-old British rider was not hurt, the Isle of Man TT official Twitter feed reported that several spectators were hurt as a result of the crash.
It's back to race action again in the TT races on the Isle of Man. Today there are three races.
Morecambe's John McGuiness is hoping for his twentieth win in the TT Zero event.
The 2013 TT races begin tomorrow in the Isle of Man.
Thousands of bikers have arrived on the Island as Paul Crone reports.