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Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)
Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)

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Dunlop is seated on his motorbike in a casual pose with his helmet laid in front of him as he looks out to the Isle of Man’s TT course. This is the second casting of the sculpture first placed in the Joey Dunlop Memorial Gardens in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland.

Joey Dunlop (1952–2000)





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Acquisition method

donated to the Isle of Man

Work type



The people of the Isle of Man

Work status


Unveiling date

4th June 2002


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Inscription description

plaque on backdrop wall: IN MEMORY OF Joey Dunlop 1952-2000. "King of the Mountain" 26 times TT winner. This statue has been donated to the Isle of Man to honour Joey and to respect the connection between Ballymoney and the Isle of Man. Unveiled June 2002 by Ferry Brouwer, CEO of Arai Helmet (Europe) BV and Hon. David Cretney M.H.K. Minister for Tourism and Leisure; below the text, the Arai Helmet logo is set between the Isle of Man Government Coat of Arms and the Ballymoney Coat of Arms


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Located at

Mountain Road, Snaefell


Located overlooking Isle of Man TT course (Bungalow bend) below the Victory Café.