Welcome to the online creative outlet for Robin Hynes - Manxman, photographer and all round good guy.

Most of my images are searchable by rider name.
But, If you're looking for something you can't find here please contact me and I can check my archive for you.

How to Order Prints etc.

Link to my photo galleries here with full details of how to order prints or digital copies here


Racing 2016
22nd April 2016
Well after a long, wet, windy and pretty depressing winter the road racing season is finally once again upon us. The delayed first race meeting of the year got underway in good bright but cold conditions at Jurby Airfield.

A full selection of all photos taken last Saturday can be found on Flickr :

Flickr - ARA 16-04-16

For anyone interested I can provide prints by post - prices (inc P&P)as follows :-
  • 7 x 5 - £6
  • 9 x 6 - £8
  • 12 x 8 - £12
  • A3 - £20

To request prints or hi-res digital copies drop me an email (robin.hynes@gmail.com) or message me on Facebook : Facebook
TTSC Winter Edtion
17th January 2016
Its always pleasing to see your images in print rather than on screen.

So I'm chuffed that my shot of Alan Bonner made the front cover of the Winter edition of TT Supporters Club magazine
Racing into 2016 ...
01st January 2016
Racing into 2016 ...
As the year turns we should take the opportunity to thank those who worked so hard to bring us all the racing we enjoyed in 2015. The officials, organisers, marshals & medics without whom I'd be sat in the hedge feeling a bit silly.

We should also spare a thought for the families & friends of those who have lost their lives to the sport we all love.

Salutations to all the friends I've made over the last few years, racers, officials fellow photographers and race fans. Thanks also to all who follow this page, like and share my images, your encouragement & support throughout the year is much appreciated.

Here's to a great year of road racing for 2016.
Happy new year all !
MGP + Classic TT 2015
10th September 2015
Well it's mid September so that's road racing finished for another year.

Practice week got off to a very poor start weatherwise and it was Thursday before any serious laps were being put in. After overcoming some technical delays caused by problems with the marshal's comms we were treated to some cracking racing though.

I enjoyed the event when the weather played ball and have added a gallery containing all my practice/racing images here

Bruce Anstey clocked a 126mph lap on the exquisite Padgettts 500cc Yamaha in the Classic F1 TT.

Local rider Ryan Kneen put in a great ride to take the victory in the F2 Classic TT on his 250cc Yamaha.

Another local Peter Wilkinson won the Class A Newcomers race and went on to the fastest newcomer to finish the Senior MGP in a very respectable 18th place.

Racing highlights were the Junior & Senior MGP races, both of which saw some spectacularly close racing at the front between Malachi Mitchell-Thomas and local rider Billy Redmayne.

Redmayne took the honours in the Junior but their rivalry was to end when Billy sadly broke down in the Senior. Mitchell-Thomas broke the outright lap & race records for the Senior MGP and at 19 years old has marked himself out as one to watch for next years TT.

Well that's about it for this year ... only nine months to wait to TT 2016 !
He Ain't Heavy...
09th June 2015
There has been quite a lot of interest in this image since I posted it on Facebook yesterday.

Michael Dunlop stopped during practice at Laurel Bank when his brother, William, had crashed and injured himself. He then helped the rescue team to carry the stretcher to the air med helicopter.

I thought it would be fitting to offer copies or prints for sale with all proceeds going to the Rob Vine Fund.

Anyone who wishes to donate the Rob Vine Fund directly you can do so here - Thanks
Wednesday Practice
04th June 2015
At last the TT practices are getting decent weather allowing riders to properly assess their machines performance and to get some serious lap times recorded. It seems that the 'Flying Kiwi' is still the boy to catch! Bruce Anstey set the fastest Superbike practice lap speed of 128.641mph last night in near perfect conditions.

Fantastic to see Hutchy back on such strong form. He looked the fastest and most determined rider through Brandywell last evening. This was taken on the 1st lap of practice and he went on to set a lap time of 128.3mph.

The TT can have a very serious downside and I was shocked & saddened to hear that newcomer Franck Petricola lost his life when he was involved in a serious incident during last evening's practice session ...

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