Weston Beach Race 2019

18 - 20 October 2019

Every year Weston’s Beach undergoes a massive transformation. Giant mountains of sand are formed into a track of unbelievable difficulty. No wonder hundreds of thousands of visitors come to Weston each year to witness the spectacle that is the Weston Beach Race. This year will see the 37th year of this fantastic race.

Welcome to the 2019 Weston Beach Race

 

The Weston Beach Race has been in existence for 37 years this year and will take place on October 18th to 20th on Weston-super-Mare beach. The event is recognised as the biggest motorsport event on the UK calendar each year. The event is RHL Activities version of the London Marathon with amateurs and professional riders competing in together over two days of action packed racing from riders competing on two wheels and four wheels. Our youngest competitor's are 7 years old and our oldest rider in 2018 was 72 years old.

2019 is th 37th year of the event and three times solo race winner Todd Kellett and three times sidecar race winners Davies and Ferguson will be looking to make it their fourth time winner their classes on Weston-super-Mare's beach.

Make sure you head to the pages on the left to find out more about the UK's biggest motorsport event of the year.

 

An event for all the family

For over three decades the Weston Beach Race has been the maddest, baddest and biggest event on the UK off-road calendar, and it continues to grow each year.

Of course the action packed racing, which pitches professional and amateur riders against each other on what is easily the toughest sand track anywhere in the world, is the main spectacle but it's far from the only attraction.

RHL Activities have worked tirelessly in recent years to transform the Weston Beach Race from a simple race into a truly family event, with entertainment for all ages.

Venue

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Weston Super Mare Beachfront
 

Hotels and Bed and Breakfast Map locations

For media accreditation or marshalling please check the links on the left hand menu bar.

* Please note drones are not permitted to be flown at this event apart from the RHL Media Drone *