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Weston Beach Race - 9 October 2019
Quadzilla's flagship CFORCE 1000 Quad has starring role at the Weston Beach Race
Quadzilla’s flagship CFORCE 1000cc quad will play a starring role at this year’s Weston Beach Race, which takes place on October 18-20, as it will lead out all races on the event’s jam-packed schedule with RHL Activities’ director, Gareth Hockey.
The CFORCE 1000 model, which is also the bike that Quadzilla Director Harry Hinkley will race at the event this year in the Quadzilla sponsored Quad and Sidecar class, has a multitude of premium features. The bike can produce 80bhp when unrestricted and is capable of speeds of up-to 70mph. The ultra-fast and adaptable ATV has a ‘king and queen’ double seat, 12-volt socket, dual USB ports, suspension all round, alloy wheels, hydraulic disk brakes for strong stopping power, an LCD digital dash, LED lights and more. The newly styled and updated 1000cc model was launched earlier this year prior to the introduction of a new CFORCE 600 LWB quad that arrived to the market in July.
The new 600cc quad, like the 1000, has a Bosch fuel injection system for a smooth and reliable power delivery, a new aggressive styling, hydraulic brakes, alloy wheels and more. Both quad models have a 7-pin trailer hook-up making it one of the most adaptable vehicles for a multitude of applications. In addition, the Weston Beach Race will feature Quadzilla’s Z1000 EPS 4x4 buggy, which will be used by the RHL crew – a powerful side-by-side with a ferocious 963cc engine combined stylish looks – it’s ‘a weapon’.
Quadzilla’s line-up begins with the Buzz 50 – a high-quality and extremely popular junior quad that can be restricted right down for the absolute beginners. The quad, which is ideal for those starting their journey as an off-road rider, boasts many safety features including enclosed footwells and an engine cut-off, plus it looks ultra-cool too. For the junior stars of tomorrow Quadzilla has recently announced that a new and updated Quadzilla Pro Shark RMX race quad for youth riders aged 10 to 16 years old will be available by Christmas 2019. The 100cc model comes fully loaded and is making a come-back to the line-up after a recent resurgence in interest when it comes to junior quad competition. The Quadzilla Pro Shark RMX is ready for racing right out of the box.
“We’re the sole importer of the world-renowned CFMOTO quads in the UK and we have a full line-up of vehicles including our Quadzilla junior range. We have some awesome products for a lot of different applications and it’s been great to be involved with the Weston Beach Race to showcase our products. The CFORCE 1000, which has been re-designed this year, is our flagship, class-leading model and we’re looking forward to seeing that leading out the 100s of bikes in each race. It’s a quad that has so many features and is a lot of fun to ride. In addition, the Z1000 Side-by-side is a great vehicle that not only looks good, it has an enormous capability; we’re proud to be providing these for the 2019 Weston Beach Race,” said Director of Quadzilla, Harry Hinkley.
Quadzilla is the largest importer of road legal and off-road quadricycles, ATV’s and buggies in the UK and has been involved in the industry for many years – the Lincolnshire-based brand is also the exclusive importer of world-renowned CFMOTO quads to the UK and Ireland. For more information visit www.quadzillaquads.com or visit the Quadzilla stand at this year’s Weston Beach Race.
For information and tickets to the event – the maddest, baddest and most bonkers motorsport event in the UK, visit www.rhlactivities.com
4 September 2020
Weston Beach Race postponed to the 1st ,2nd ,3rd Oct 2021
The Weston Beach Race which has been held in Weston-super-Mare for 37 years, was due to take place between Friday 8th October and Sunday 11th October.
RHL Activities, the organisers behind the event have worked closely with North Somerset Council to host the event, with major investment in additional infrastructure and services to comply with COVID guidelines, unfortunately despite all the organisers efforts and working with the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA) and the Council, North Somerset Council has reluctantly now had to made the difficult decision to postpone the event, under the current pandemic we are all in and the need to protect residents and visitors against spread of the virus.
26 August 2020
Cancellation of the 24MX ACU Champions of Champions at Landrake
RHL Activities are devasted to announce that the 24MX ACU Champions of Champions planned for Landrake Moto Parc this weekend has been cancelled. Click here to find out more