Are you ready?
120 Solos and Twelve Sidecars, all built before 1963, battling it out in 56 Races over two days.
Children under 14 yro, accompanied by an adult, admitted FREE.
The weather is going to be fantastic (long range forecast is for mid-20s), perfect for watching treasured old motorcycles race for glory on the beach.
Over the two days we will run 56 races and you can expect to see bikes manufactured by Adler, AJS, Ariel, BSA, Bultaco, DKW, Douglas, Harley Davidson, Honda, Indian, James, Jap, Levis, Matchless, Norton, Norton Manx, OEC, Rickman ESO, Royal Enfield, Triumph, Velocette, Villiers and Zundapp, to name just a few.
A free shuttle bus will run between the car park and the track, catering and bar facilities will be available at both ends of the track, event merchandise will be available, there will be displays of historic bikes and fly overs by Adelaide Biplanes.
There will be plenty of opportunities to get up close to the bikes and talk with the riders during meet and greet sessions on the beach on Saturday and Sunday morning.
It’s going to be two fantastic days of racing...Bring the Family and have a ball…DON"T MISS IT.
Machines eligible for the Sellicks Beach Historic Motorcycle Races will be based on the rules set out in Motorcycling Australia’s rule book for historic road racing and classic motocross (MomS) - AVAILABLE HERE.
But to make things a bit simpler, the Race Committee has produced a Guide To Machine Eligibility.
ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED.
Motor racing on Sellicks Beach was first run in the early years of the 20th Century.
Established in 1922, The Levis Social Club organised social outings and simple trials for owners of the Levis (pron. lev-iss) two-stroke motorcycle.
You can find a HISTORY OF SELLICKS here.