The boys are back

Local racers ride into Ashcroft for start of season

  • Apr. 30, 2014 8:00 a.m.

A new British Columbia Motocross Association (BCMA) season spun into action in Ashcroft as the PG Yamaha/Yamaha Canada 2014 race series kicked off on April 19-20.

A handful of local riders hit the track at the Eagle Nl’Axkapxm Motorplex.

Clayton Wride of 70 Mile finished third in Intermediate MX-2, and finished second on April 19 and first on April 20 in Intermediate MX-3.

Schoolboy saw Brad Perron of Lac la Hache finish third both days. In the same division, Patrick Griffin of 100 Mile House finished fourth on April 19.

Three local riders raced in the Junior MX-2 division. Perron finished fourth and second; Griffin finished third and seventh; and Tyler Glover of 70 Mile went sixth and ninth.

Perron and Glover rode in the Junior MX-3.

Perron finished second and fourth, while Glover came in eighth and sixth.

BCMA events are set for May 3-4 in Quesnel and May 10-11 in Williams Lake.

 

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