10-12th September, 2021
THE MALLE MILE BEACH RACE – CLASSIC & CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES RACE HEAD TO HEAD IN A UNIQUE BEACH RACE IN BEAUTIFUL MARGATE. AN INAPPROPRIATE MOTORCYCLE RACE LIKE NO OTHER!
Join the Malle Motorcycle Club for The Mile Beach Race 2021 weekend, the Race Pre-Party will be held on the Friday night (10th) in Margate Town (with the secret address being sent to racers and guests the week before). Saturday is Race Day, with an array of wild race machines entering The Sprint, The Double, The Malle100 and MotoPolo on the beach. The Art of Machine art show will be open to all guests, the podium after party and podium awards will be held on the Saturday night. Then on the Sunday (12th), please join the Malle Rally 100 – a 100 mile road rally for custom/classic bikes and cars from Margate Harbour to Dungeness and back!
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
THE MILE BEACH RACE / THE MALLE RALLY 100
MOTOPOLO / THE PODIUM AFTER PARTY
What to Expect
THE SPRINT RACE
AN 1/8TH OF A MILE HEAD TO HEAD BEACH RACE SPRINT
A 1/4 OF A MILE HEAD TO HEAD BEACH RACE WITH A DOUBLE BACK AROUND A RACE MARKER AND ACROSS THE FINISH LINE
10 MOTORCYCLES WILL RACE HEAD TO HEAD IN A SMALL CIRCUIT – WITH THE LE MANS STYLE RUNNING START
THE FIRST MOTOPOLO BEACH MATCH
THE FINAL 10 RACERS FROM EVERY CLASS/RACE ENTER THE GRANE FINALE KNOCK OUT SPRINT RACE
A PUBLIC 100 MILE ROAD RALLY ACROSS THE KENT DOWNS VIA DUNGENESS
RACE APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED, BUT PLEASE DO SIGN UP TO JOIN THE MALLERALLY100!
Subject To Change
FRIDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER
6-11PM – PRE-RACE MEET UP & RIDER REGISTRATION
MALLE BEACH GALLERY
18 MARINE DRIVE, MARGATE CT9 1DH
SATURDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER
8AM – RIDER REGISTRATION
9AM 6PM – THE MILE BEACH RACE BEGINS
THE SPRINT RACE
7 – 11PM – THE PODIUM AWARDS PARTY
MALLE BEACH GALLERY
7:30 – 10PM – ‘THE TROPHY ROOM’ AT THE RAG & BONE MAN
SUNDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER
9AM – THE MALLE RALLY 100 – REGISTRATION IN THE MARGATE HARBOUR
10AM-3PM – THE MALLE RALLY 100 – A PUBLIC 100 MILE ROAD RALLY ACROSS THE KENT DOWNS VIA DUNGENESS. STARTING & FINISHING IN MARGATE HARBOUR.
THE SPRINT RACE / THE DOUBLE
THE MALLE100 / MOTOPOLO
THE DERBY FINAL
Parking: Please use the public car parks in Margate (behind and next to DreamLand are closest). Do not park on the Main Promenade, cars/bikes will be towed by the council.
PROTECTING THE BEACH ENVIRONMENT
Protecting The Beach – Leaving Only Footprints in the Sand
We have been working with Thanet Council over the last year to create an environmental plan that ensures The Mile Beach Race leaves the beach in a better condition than when we arrived and leaves only footprints in the sand. Like The Malle Mile Festival the entire event is plastic free. Before and after the race the entirety of Margate Sands is being combed by our dedicated Marshall team, removing any debris and rubbish from the beach and recycling it safely.
The Malle Environmental Marshals
There will be many electric motorcycles in the beach race and more each year no doubt, but the majority of entries are vintage race bikes powered by engines. We’ve set up several initiatives to keep the beach environment pristine. We have a pre/post race washing station for all race motorcycles to remove any oil before and any any sand after. Our environmental Malle Marshals will also be on hand to watch out for any drops of oil on the beach and they’re equipped to dispose safely of any sand that may be affected throughout the day.
Protecting The Environment – One Bike & One Tree at a time
For all Malle events in 2021, including The Malle Mile, The Mile Beach Race and The Malle Rallies, we are working with ‘The International Tree Foundation’ to plant a tree for every rider who enters the race – with an aim to plant a minimum of 5000 trees in 2021 – off setting and locking away carbon and protecting the global environment. Started in 1924 – learn more about their stellar work in the UK and Africa here: www.internationaltreefoundation.org
Charity Benefit Partner – Two Wheels For Life
In 2021 the Malle team are delighted to announce our partnership with ‘Two Wheels For Life’ & their partner ’Riders For Health’. We are dedicated to raise funds and awareness for this vital charity initiative. For 3 decades the charity has trained local health care professionals to use motorcycles to reach the remotest parts of Africa where other vehicles simply cannot reach, bringing medicine, doctors and the modern digitisation of medical paper based-systems. To date they have reached and supported over 12 million people. We are in awe of their work and the way in which they use the humble motorcycle as a conduit for good and improve health care and life across Africa. Learn more about their amazing work here: www.twowheelsforlife.org