Skegness beach race axed

The AMCA's popular Skegness beach race is the latest casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic. The official statement says: It is with deep regret that we have had to cancel the Skegness Beach Race this year Thank you for bearing with us through this challenging time, we really appreciate it. We’re looking

AMCA gets into sand race season!

It’s the sand racing season and there’s two great AMCA events available to enter, both totally different but still terrific fun for all! First up it’s the AMCA Beach Motocross at Weymouth on Sunday 28th October. Organised by the Purbeck MXC and with all proceeds going to local charities, the

Potisek takes tough Skegness win

By Dick Law. Milko Potisek crossed the channel from France to snatch Sunday’s £1000 big bucks beach race at Skegness, leaving the rest of the riders to eat sand as he finished the three-hour event a whole lap in fount of the young and talented Jake Edey in second and

International aces target Skegness!

With the likes of French ace Miko Potisek, Nathan Parker, Dan Thornhill, James Hutchinson and triple victor Nathan Watson already on the roll of honour, you can rightly expect this weekend’s big AMCA Skegness Beach to be a very competitive affair! There’s a lovely £1,000 cheque awaiting the eventual winner

Watson wins in Skegness!

After winning in both 2012 and 2013, Red Bull KTM star Nathan Watson returned to Skegness on Sunday to make it a hat-trick of wins in the big Magna Vitae and ELDC AMCA Beach race bash. And the Nottinghamshire based rider certainly did it in style, finishing three laps clear