The countdown is on for this year’s Weymouth Beach Motocross and organisers are delighted to announce one of Weymouth’s premier manufacturing companies situated on the Granby Industrial estate ‘Weymouth Precision Engineers’ as this year headline sponsor.
This high-flying extravaganza over humps and bumps will be held on Weymouth beach on Sunday October 15th with bikes entering the sands from at 12 noon for practise laps. There will also be a demonstration on Saturday 14th October from 3 pm.
Managing Director of Weymouth Precision Engineers Dave Wilson expressed his delight to be able to support Weymouth & Portland Lions Club in delivering this year’s Beach Motocross.
“The beach race is a fantastic event for the town and as a charity fundraiser for Weymouth & Portland Lions Club who do tremendous work to support those in need in our community”
“We at Weymouth Precision Engineers are delighted to be able to support the Lions this year and help them raise more money for their charity causes
President of the Weymouth & Portland Lions Club and event organiser Ryan Hope expressed his great gratitude for the fantastic support Weymouth Precision Engineers had given
“On behalf of the club I would like to thank all those businesses that have supported the event this year including Mr Wilson and all those at Weymouth Precision Engineers who have become our headline sponsor”
“As like everything the event has seen cost increases this year and without the generosity of our sponsors, we would be unable to hold this annual event “
Alf Stearn, Chairman of Purbeck Motocross who leads on the beach and raising activates added his thanks to the sponsors
“The aim of the game at Weymouth Beach Motocross is to have fun whilst raising cash for good causes with our good friend from the Lions Club this is possible thanks to peoples generosity”
“The event is free to watch, however we encourage people attending to make charitable donations, and buy a program for £5 each on the day”
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF PART OF THE ESPLANADE AND PART OF CUSTOM HOUSE QUAY, WEYMOUTH
FOR WEYMOUTH BEACH MOTOCROSS 2023
DORSET COUNCIL has issued a Notice under Section 14  of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 as amended. All vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along part of The Esplanade and part of Custom House Quay, Weymouth (in both directions). It will come into operation between 0800hrs – 1700hrs on Sunday 15 October 2023. The Notice is valid for a maximum of 5 days. This Notice is required to facilitate the arrangements in connection with the Weymouth Beach Motocross.
The road fronting Devonshire Buildings will be open for access only.
Traffic will be re-routed through the one-way system around Alexandra Gardens to continue on The