Dirty Knobby revs up at Bull Mountain Saturday

The Williams Lake Off Road Motorcycle Association's 11th annual Dirty Knobby Family Fun Dirt Bike Ride is this weekend.

The Williams Lake Off Road Motorcycle Association will be hosting its 11th annual Dirty Knobby Family Fun Dirt Bike Ride Weekend this Saturday and Sunday.

The event features plenty of fun for all ages so get ready to come out and play. On Saturday there will be a poker run featuring A, B, C and Pee Wee courses as well as a dual sport ride and bike rodeo.

On Sunday there are guided rides for all levels and ages with A, B, C and even a AA course planned.

Williams Lake is world renown for its fabulous bike riding terrain and has achieved high praise from some top publications.

“I think the best riding is Williams Lake, British Columbia,” said Malcolm Smith of IMX Inside Magazine.

Camping is available but with limited space so come early. A BBQ and concession are also available. Registration will be Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Bull Mountain Pits. Costs are $25 per family and $20 for individuals.

Registration includes a  free t-shirt with additional t-shirts available for purchase. If you have purchased a shirt from one of the sponsors and you wear it to the Knobby your registration is no charge.

Location for this year’s Dirty Knobby Weekend is on Bull Mountain Road.

Bull Mountain Road is off Highway 97 approximately 18 kms north of Williams Lake (from the “Y”).

Turn on to Bull Mountain Road, follow the arrows for about 4 kms and you’ll come to the “Pits.”

Come for the day, or come for the weekend, The Dirty Knobby is fun for the whole family.

Make sure you bring your camera.

For more information contact Kim at webmaster@wlorma.com or Mike at mblynnes@telus.net”I


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