Sellicks Beach Historic Motorbike Race

The annual Sellicks Beach Speed Trials started in 1913 and soon became the main annual fixture of the Levis Social Club.

The course is laid out over a 1.6 kilometre (1 Mile) stretch of beach between Silver Sands and Sellicks Beach – at each end riders have to make a 180 degree hair-pin turn, going backwards and forwards over a set race distance. The last official Levis MCC race meeting at Sellicks Beach was in 1953. In February 2017 the race was re-enacted on the beach in front of a large crowd of spectators.

Levis Motor Cycle Club