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The two day event will feature riders of all ages, riding bikes of various classifications.

The races will include riders as young as 4-6 years of age, racing on 50 cc bikes, 7-12 year olds racing on 65 and 85 cc bikes and riders 14-17 years old riding 125 cc bikes.

According to Scott Morrison, a volunteer organizer for the event, the 125 class will be quite an exciting event, as it is already a full gate, meaning at least 20 riders will hit the dirt racing in this class.

Also being featured will be intermediate and professional classes, where riders will ride 250 cc, four stroke bikes, providing the fans in attendance with some fast and high flying adrenaline rushes.

Morrison also discussed the Fort St. John track itself, saying it provides nothing but entertainment for spectators.

“The track in Fort St. John is known to be a fast track. It has multiple elevation changes because it’s on a sand hill and it has open, great viewing from a spectator’s point of view.”

It will be a full party this weekend, as the event will welcome riders from all across the Peace Region, including Taylor, Dawson Creek, Beaverlodge, Chetwynd and even Grande Prairie.

Participating riders will get two opportunities per day to race, one in the morning and a second race in the afternoon.

The races will run from 9 a.m. until approximately 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, with the cost of admission only $5 at the gate.

Morrison adds the event is completely family friendly, and spectators of all ages are encouraged to come down and experience the fun motocross can provide.

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