The dust was flying as riders rounded the track at the Tri-Port Motorcycle and ATV event May 16-17.

Locals place in motocross event

The results of a motocross event hosted on the North Island

On May 16 and May 17 the Tri-Port Motorcycle and ATV Club hosted a double header weekend motocross event. The event brought out motocross enthusiasts from as far away as Victoria as well as many local riders. Young riders in their first year zipped around the track as well as racers with many seasons behind them.

Results for the event were as follows:

50cc Class:

Maxtin Northey, #22-3rd place

Ryler Smith, #94-4th place

65cc B Class

Kale Hunt, #360-1st place

Mason Northey, #33-2nd

Supermini

Michael MacDonald, #119-3rd place

Intermediate Pro

Jason Abernethy, #215-2nd place

Youth

Jason Abernethy, #215, 1st place

 

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