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Weston Beach Race - 25 February 2019
THE CLOCK IS TICKING FOR WESTON BEACH RACE ENTRY SAVINGS!
While many of us are thinking about the warmer weather and riding in the sun, the countdown is definitely on for the Weston Beach Race, which takes place in just over 200 days’ time! The next rider entry price increase is coming soon, so make sure you take advantage of the savings now!
Riders wishing to take part in the UK’s biggest motorsport event should head over to the RHL Activities rider entry system to book their place within the many classes available for this year’s beach race on October 18-20. The next entry price increase will take effect as of midnight on Friday 1stMarch 2019.
Classes for 2019
Small & Big Wheel 85cc
125cc & 250cc
2 Man Quads
Adult Over 40’s
The planning for this year’s event, which takes place in Weston-Super-Mare, is well underway and the RHL team is busy preparing for the weekend in a bid to re-create and build on the magic from 2018 where over 1,000 riders lined up to compete in the main solo race. It’s expected that the 2019 Weston Beach Race will be a bumper rider entry once again, and RHL continues to look to make improvements with the goal of making the seaside event better than ever.
Gareth Hockey – Director of RHL Activities
“We are busy working on the many plans for this year’s event. I am pleased to say we are looking to have another bumper year for entries and we have lot of interest from companies both inside and outside of the industry wanting to get involved. We continue to work hard on creating a better-than-before event for all of the family, and we’re already looking forward to October.”
It’s all systems go, so make sure you get your entry in for October 19th & 20th on Weston-super-Mare beach: www.rhlactivities.com
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