Davies clinches class win as event attracts capacity field
THERE was some thrilling action as a capacity entry of more than 150 riders took part in the Dyfed Bike Dirt Clubstaged Arwyn Rees Caio Enduro at Cilgawad Farm, Caio.
It was the latest round of the Welsh Enduro Championship as well as the opening round of the Sidecar British Enduro Championship.
In the Sidecar Championship class the local Caio crew of Alun Davies and James Ferguson took the overall win from runners-up Jonathan Williams and Neil James.
Neil Pugh and Anthony Mills took the Clubman Sidecar class win, and victory in the Expert Sidecar class went to the crew of Mark Stokes and Luke Townsend.
The Solo Championship class win went to Charlie Evans from Llanidloes, who has now taken maximum points on all of the three rounds. The Expert class was won by Newport’s Jack Heath.
The Clubman class was a close fight between local youth riders Mathew Harries and Jac George, with Harries taking the win by a slender 16 seconds. Gareth Jones from Tregaron took third, a further eight seconds down on George.
The Vets over-40 class was won by Rowan Jones from Llanidloes, while the Vets over-50 class win went to local rider Phil George. The Sportsman class win went to Llandovery’s Arwel Morgan.
The DDBC also put on a round of the Youth Hare ’n’ Hounds Championship at the same North Carmarthenshire venue which was a huge success, with around 80 children ranging from primary to secondary-school ages. Evans & Williams Under-13s celebrate winning the Carmarthenshire League Under-13 Cup. They beat Kidwelly in the final.
Picture: Keith Griffiths Alun Davies and James Ferguson took the overall win in the Championship Sidecar class.
Picture: Gary Jones