WAILUA — The Kaua‘i Motocross Riders Association hosted a motocross race on Sunday at the Wailua Motocross Track.
On the Keiki Track it was Po’okela Silva taking first in the 50-C class followed by Kaimana Kaui, Kaikea Duclayan, Samaria Kelley, Eddie Silliman and Elisha Kelley.
In the 50-B class it was Alexander Nelson first and Braysen Ornellas second and the 50-A class saw David Dabin in first and Richard Silliman in second.
On the main track, KMRA President Paul Medeiros had to settle for second with a flat rear tire while Puncho Lopez took first in the Quad class.
Brandon Carvalho took first with Zack Young and Kalei Souza filling the other positions in the 250 Expert class. Carvalho also took first in the 125 Expert class.
In the 250 Amateur class, Randall Osakoda took first followed by Branden Orsatelli and Darrell Dabin. In the 125 amateur class, Bryson Yoro took the overall win with Kimo Azares, Jackson Littlefield, Kai Haughland and Jose Mikemund chasing close behind.
In the 65 class, David Dabin had a breakdown opening the door for Kory Bunao to win while Tyler Hirakawa cruised to second.
Treysen Barretto took the overall win in the 85 class followed by Kaipo Estrella, David Dabin, Bryzen Cadiz, Hayden Merkel & Shiloh Nobriga-Harper.
The Open “B” class winner was Bryson Yoro. Kai Haughland , Treysen Barretto, Dean Silliman, Bryzen Cadiz, Jackson Littlefield and Jim Littlefield rounded out the rest of the class.
Zack Young won the vet class, followed by Chava Greenlee, Harley Genegabuas and Andrew Byram.
In the Masters class Dean Silliman took the win over Jim Littlefiled.
The next KMRA race at the Wailua Motocross Track will be on Nov. 6. This will be the last race of this year.
The Kaua‘i Motocross Riders Association would like to invite all the dirt bike riders to come out and ride the Wailua Motocross Track. The Wailua Motocross Track is located just south of the Wailua Golf Course and is open Saturdays, Sundays and all State & County Holidays from 10:00am to 6:00pm, practice fees collected at the gate. For more details on membership, riding fees, safety requirements, etc…please contact Paul Medeiros at (808) 635-2138 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org