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