The Pacific Northwest Motorcycle Association and the Williams Lake Off Road Motorcycle Association hosted its annual Overlander XC race Sept. 9 near Mountain House Road.
The event is part of a points series featuring more than 20 off-road events from April through September. Riders from around the province compete in the series.
The Overlander XC in Williams Lake gave local riders an opportunity to test their speed on one of either an ‘A’ or ‘B’ course against several regular riders in the series.
In the Peewee class Williams Lake’s Brody Henri, Tristan Henri and Jasper Kokesch competed. In the Intermediate class Patrick King placed second, while James Hegarty also nabbed second in the Senior Expert class.
In the Junior Over class Alex Ferguson crossed the finish line in first place, while Brittany Methot finished fourth in the Women’s division.
This year’s race took place in a new pit area, one kilometre east of the old pit location on Mountain House Road.
For full results from the race visit www.pnwa.com/news/lap-times-overland-xc.
The race had classes for everyone including: Women, Sportsman, Peewee, Masters, Expert, Vet. Expert 30-39, Intermediate, Senior Expert 40-49, Super Senior 50 plus, Vet. Amateur 30-39, Senior Amateur 40-49, Junior Over 16, and Junior Under 15.