Fylde British Sand Masters 2023 Make A Welcome Return To St. Anne’s Beach

Motor cycle racing will be returning to St Anne’s beach after proving a huge success on its debut last year – and this Summer it will be even bigger and better. The two day event dates for your diary are Saturday 29th July & Sunday 30th July 2023.

Presented by Cheshire Grasstrack Club and supported by Fylde Council, the event will see solo bikes, sidecars and quad bikes racing in a series of contests from 12.30 p.m. each day on a purpose-built oval track north of the North Beach area. Spectators will be able to enjoy a fun fair,  refreshments at a special food and drinks court adjacent to the track area, where stalls from trade interests and sponsors will also be available.

These event are pencilled in for Saturday 29th July 2023

  • 250cc Solo
  • 350cc Solo
  • Uprights
  • 500cc Sidecars
  • Quad Bikes

These will compete for titles of Fylde British Sand Masters in their various Classes.

On Sunday 30th July 2023 the ACU British Sand Masters Championship will be held for

  • 500cc Solo
  • 1000cc Right Hand Sidecars
  • with support from
  • 1000cc Lefthand Sidecars
  • Quad Bikes

This is an wvent that created a great deal of interest in 2022 – and won great praise from those who went along to soak up the sights, sounds and atmosphere of the Sand Masters. There was a crowd of over 5,000 who truly enjoyed a great days racing. This year it promises to be even bigger and better with a fantastic full weekend of events  – plus once again it’s free admission!

Councillor Michael Sayward, chairman of Fylde Council’s Tourism and Leisure Committee, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome back the Fylde ACU British Sand Masters competition this year. The previous event was a great day out for residents and visitors, and with this year’s tournament expanding to a second day, there’s even more opportunity to watch some of the most talented riders in the country compete. We are fortunate that the beaches of St Anne’s allow us to host special events such as these while still allowing ample room for people to stroll and enjoy our beautiful coastline.’

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