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Star-studded line-up for Weston Beach Race

Scott Elderfield has just recently pledged his commitment to riding at the RHL Beach Race and after being one of the best up and coming young riders this season he is sure to want to end the season on a high note. Elderfield won both the MX1 and MX2 classes in the 2010 British Masters Championship and had some stunning results in the Maxxis British Championship.

Last year the race was forced to be cancelled after a large crash on the start line. Sixteen-year-old Ty Kellett was taken by ambulance and police escort to Frenchay Hospital and was put in a sedated coma for three weeks. Despite the injuries Ty is making an impressive come back to this year's RHL Beach Race and will be riding to raise money for the WRVS charity that looked after his parents through the bad days.

From the Quad side multiple British Champion Paul Winrow will be competing in this year's quad race and he will line up against 2009 Quad Race winner Jason Macbeth.



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