Bertulfo dual winner at Wailua MX

Motorcycle riders and and spectators were treated to an appearance of the jolly soul from the North Pole trying his hand at tackling the revised moto cross track in Wailua on Sunday.

“We started the races a little late due to the weather,” said Devin Parado, the KMXA president. “The track was a little mushy so we waited until the sun dried the track up a little. The track was very wet and slippery early in the morning (from the overnight rains). This would be an unsafe condition, especially for the kids. But the weather stayed in our favor for most of the day that resulted in a day some people described as ‘epic conditions.’ Everyone was excited and had fun which is what this is about — having fun!”

Kauai MotoCross Association attempted to start its season on Dec. 4, but twice were thwarted when weather conditions created unsafe riding conditions.

Caleb Bertulfo was a double-winner, capturing the checkered flag in first place twice — once in the 250B class and the other in the 450B class.

Results

50A: Jairus Duclauyan, Efren Taylan Jr.

50B: Tavian Kaleiohi, William Rita

65A: Dayton Longley

65B: Kaliko Sugahara, Kaikea Duclayan, Kaikona Brun-Hoskins

85B: Eddie Silliman, Hayden Guest, Cruz Longley, Ahanu Sugahara

250A: David Dabin, Kanon Douglas

250B: Caleb Bertulfo, Richard Silliman, Dustin Rita

450A: Brian Medeiros, David Dabin, Kanon Douglas

450B: Caleb Bertulfo, Dustin Rita

BBB: Mike Vallee

Wahine: Jae Dabin, Becky Howell

Vets: Kalei Souza, Kyle DuVall, Jason Fretwell, Randall Osakoda

Flat Open: Shiloh Nobriga, Devin Parado, Richard Silliman, Ryder Kaui, Cruz Longley, Eddie Silliman, Hayden Guest

Masters: David Amorin, Kyle DuVall, Kelsey Longley, Andrew Byram, Darrell Dabin, Justin Douglas

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