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Weston Beach Race - 16 August 2019
Quadzilla extends Weston Beach Race Quad and Sidecar class sponsorship!
RHL Activities are pleased to announce that valued partner Quadzilla have extended their title sponsorship of the Quad and Sidecar class at the Weston Beach Race, which takes place on October 18-20, for the next three years.
Quadzilla is the UK’s largest importer of road legal and off-road quadricycles, ATV’s and buggies and have been involved in the industry for many years. The wide Quadzilla range includes large agricultural workhorse farm ATVs, right down to their small beginnings range of ATV’s for juniors. Quadzilla distribute the worldwide brand CFMOTO which itself was founded in 1989, CFMOTO has developed 98 models of vehicles and 51 models of engines, which are distributed through its 1900 worldwide distributors. CFMOTO is edging into the advanced ranks in the world in the powersports industry and aims at supplying super products to dealers and fans globally.
The Weston Beach Race is the biggest, maddest and baddest motorsport event in the UK and a big highlight on the racing calendar for quad racers. It’s truly a battle of man and machine that attracts around 70,000 spectators every year. Having been involved with the race for the last few years, Quadzilla are pleased to be working more closely with the event and have made an agreement to extend their partnership for three further years to showcase their vehicles and support racers at the grass roots of the sport. Quadzilla will display some of their key models at the event, and as quad fanatics, they will once again compete in the race, which takes place in Weston-Super-Mare later this year.
Harry Hinkley, Quadzilla
“The three-year contract extension with RHL Activities to support the quad and sidecar class at the Weston Beach Race demonstrates our long-term commitment to the event. The race is the pinnacle of motocross and ATV racing in the UK and a proving ground for all machines that take part. As CFMOTO we are the UK’s fastest growing ATV manufacturer, so we feel this is a great opportunity to make the public aware of our unparalleled range of vehicles, ranging from 50cc kids quads all the way up to road legal 1000cc quads and SxS. As a manufacturer we have a history in racing, from the Youth British Quad Championship to racing at the Isle of Man TT with a fourth-place finish. We will be racing the same 1,000CC quad that will be leading the races out and the clerk of the course will be using our 1,000cc SxS during the course of the weekend. I am looking forward to taking my own race-spec CFMOTO CFORCE 1,000 to the track, and it will be my second year competing at Weston. After learning a few lessons last time, we know the quad and rider are capable of a strong result this year.”
Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities
“I am extremely pleased to be welcoming Quadzilla back to the Weston Beach Race as title sponsors of the quad and sidecar class for a further three years following a recent contract extension. Quadzilla are a well-known, reputable brand and the largest importers of ATVs within the UK. This year the team will be showcasing the latest range of machines throughout the event weekend whilst also supporting RHL by providing Quadzilla machines for key personnel at the event. The team and myself look forward to working closely with Quadzilla over the coming months and years.”
For more information head over to www.rhlactivities.com
16 October 2019
Apico Husqvarna have a strong line up at the 2019 Weston Beach Race
Apico Factory Racing is excited to announce its Apico Husqvarna team line-up for the maddest, baddest and most bonkers off-road event in the UK, the Weston Beach Race, which takes place on October 18-20 in Weston-Super-Mare
16 October 2019
SPECIAL KATIE HODGSON TROPHY TO BE AWARDED TO HIGHEST PLACED FEMALE QUAD RACER
An exceptional racer, a passionate quad rider and a much-loved Yorkshire-lass are all phrases that have been used to describe the very talented Katie Hodgson, who sadly lost her life earlier this year. After what has been an indescribably difficult time for the 24-year-old's family, they wanted to share some positivity at one of the races Katie loved most.