KMRA season begins under clear skies

WAILUA — The Kaua‘i Motocross Riders Association held its first race of the year last week at the Wailua Motocross Track.

At the Keiki Track underneath sunny skies, it was Cory Goais-Soares taking the win in both of his classes (50A and Keiki Quad). Aaron Namuo-Silva took first in the 50B, and Kaimana Kaui took the 50C race.

At the main track, it was Puna Gallardo placing first in all three of his classes (250 expert, 450 expert and Open A). Other notable winners were Teagan Amorin in the 65A, Kory Bunao in the 65B, David Dabin in the 85 class, Kaipo Estrella in the 250 Amateur class, Bryson Yoro in the 450 Amateur class, Kai Haughland in the Big Bike Beginner and Andrew Byrum in the Masters.

The Quad class winner was Erwin Santiago.

The next scheduled KMRA motocross race will be on April 29 at the Wailua Motocross Track.

The Wailua Motocross Track is located just south of the Wailua Golf Course and is open Saturdays, Sundays and on all state and county holidays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more details go to the KMRA website at


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