Last race before the state event

You couldn’t ask for a better summer than the one Kauai has been having lately, and you couldnt ask for better racing at Wailua motocross track.

On Sunday, the members of KMRA geared up for the last installment of racing before they ship off to Oahu for the state motocross competition. So this race was their last chance to train for the races that will take place during July 4-6.

The day began with a freshly groomed track thanks to the people who volunteered their time to put on the race, and then it was time for the minis to hit the track.

The minis were separated into three classes because it seem that more keikis have been racing lately. Then the day moved to the big track for the big bikes.

The beginners, novices, amateurs, and experts all felt that they had something to prove because everyone raced like there was no tomorrow. And rightly so, this weekend also marked the last time everyone would be able to ride their bikes until the state races in July.

Club president Kip Furugen says that there will be another race on Kauai at the end of July after the state races on Oahu. Also, everyone should be ready for the state races that will commence here on Kauai on Labor Day weekend on August 30th.

The results from the KMRA motocross on June 22 are as follows:

Mini Powder Puff Advanced 1st 17 Kira Lum 2nd 11 Rachel Hoomanawanui 3rd 16 Kiley HamYoung

Mini Powder Puff Beginner 1st 77 Kendell Lum

Mini Advanced 1st 5k Brian Medeiros 2nd 100 Jesse Johnson 3rd Jean-Luc Tremblay

Mini Novice 1st 55 Royce Allianic 2nd Christian Graham

Mini Beginner 1st 125 Bronson Laborte 2nd 115 Madison Leanio

60 Beginner 1st 24 Kevin Alapai 2nd 12 Chance Daly 3rd 3 Eli Kaduce

80 Advanced 1st 2 Mikey Blackstad 2nd 18 Chris Sandobal

80 Beginner 1st 19 Jerrid HamYoung 2nd 44 Kegan Ahlgren 3rd 71 Brystin Vierra 4th 119 Jon Pasadava

125 Beginner 1st 99k Kody Pagador 2nd 55 Randen Allianic 3rd 18 Chris Sandobal 4th 103 Mikey Abell 5th 81 Ashford Vierra-Gonsalves

250 Novice 1st 54 Ernie Taylan 2nd 15 Kendall Goo 3rd 934 Peter Morishige

250 Beginner 1st 55 Derwin Allianic 2nd 959 Allan Andres 3rd 227 Anthony Brown 4th 100 John Johnson

125 Novice 1st 337 Val Balauro 2nd 75 Joshua Cole

250 Amateur 1st 46 Puna Gallardo 2nd 761 Bobby Galchutt 3rd 34 Milo Arii 4th 21 Bob Bennett

250 Expert 1st 7 Jesse Britt 2nd 16 Jake Britt 3rd 934 Troy Furugen 4th 25K Chava Greenlee


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