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IT was a great day to be on a bike as the Bri­ga­low Re­cre­ation Grounds saw mo­tocross rid­ers ca­reen around the track at break-neck speed.

The Chin­chilla Mo­tocross Club en­joyed the chance to put their talent against the best in the re­gion, with lo­cal names dom­i­nat­ing.

The day ran smoothly de­spite a shoul­der in­jury and a few stacks in the later races.

There were vis­i­tors from Roma and Toowoomba among the rid­ers on the day, look­ing to earn them­selves a tro­phy and im­prove their rank­ing.

Though most of the bikes on the track ranged $7000–$12,000 each, it cost the rid­ers less than $15 in fuel on the day, mak­ing mo­tocross a great long-term in­vest­ment.


MOTO MATES: Si­mon Schull and Sam Wilms hav­ing a laugh at the mo­tocross on Sun­day.

Toowoomba's James Hooper had his mind on the track in the start­ing gates.

Roma vis­i­tors Ka­t­rina Ayers, Mitch Ford, Char­lie Pear­son and young Chin­chilla boy Ezra Jen­ner hav­ing fun be­tween races.

Mitch Schull and Chin­chilla Mo­tocross Club pres­i­dent Bay­don Vel­la­cott.

Tar­lia Pear­son waits for her turn while dad Mark Pear­son takes to the track.

Tilly from The Gums gets some words of ad­vice from her dad, Michael Austin, be­fore the race.

Ri­ley and Cooper Gierke rar­ing to race.

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