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Weston Beach Race - 2 October 2019
Weston Beach Race finalists for Sporting Event of the Year at the NOEA
RHL Activities is pleased to announce that the Weston Beach Race is a finalist for ‘Sporting Event of the Year’ at the National Outdoor Events Association awards.
The Weston Beach Race is the UK’s maddest, baddest and biggest motorsport event. Now in its 37th year, the race annually attracts 70,000 spectators who witness over 1,400 competitors taking part in the challenging competition around the mammoth dune course built on Weston-Super-Mare beach. With dirtbike fans, motorsport fans and families in mind the Weston Beach Race offers a wide range of off-track entertainment to compliment the jam-packed racing schedule. The event has been recognised by the National Outdoor Events Association, which is the UK’s leading outdoor events trade association, shortlisted for the Sporting Event of the Year award. The awards night will take place on Wednesday 27th November in Bath, Somerset where the winners will be announced.
Gareth Hockey – Director of RHL Activities
“We are really proud to have the Weston Beach Race shortlisted for the Sporting Event of the Year award by the National Outdoor Events Association. It’s great to see the hard work by everyone who is involved in the race being recognised by the event industry. We continually work to make each event even better and to see that being noticed is fantastic for us.”
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.