Wednesday 22nd June, 2005

 

Supreme battle on the Indian Trail

 
 
 
 
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Steve Woods...man to wtch in the expert class.

Gary Johnson... will put on good show.

Come rain or shine, the show will go on at Indian Trail, Couva on Sunday. 20 riders in Expert, Novice, Intermediate and Mini bike classes will be competing more than for the honours in the 2005 Motocross Season. The Off Road Motorcycle Association of (TORMATT). Several riders have been upgrading their bikes to newer models to give them that competitive edge and spectators and fans can expect to see some very exciting races throughout the afternoon.

In the expert class top riders will include Jesse Walker (7), Chris Maingot (48) and Steve Woods (44) while in the novice class, Gary Johnson, Christian McKenzie, Jeffrey Stauble and Anthony Shaw, all of whom put on a fantastic battle last time in May, will be jockeying for top position. The younger riders in the Intermediate class have also been mastering the track over the last few weekends and have a few freestyle tricks up their sleeves.

Even the minibikes have been turning faster laps.

A four-wheeler ATV class will also be introduced at this meet and organisers are looking for a minimum of four riders to make up the class. Action starts at 1 pm.

Christian McKenzie, Jeffrey Stauble and Anthony Shaw will be jockeying for top positions.

 

 

 

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