West Kootenay BMX is hosting a Provincial Cup Race at the Salmo track on Saturday.

Kootenays host BMX’s best

West Kootenay BMX will be holding its first Provincial Cup Race on Saturday.

West Kootenay BMX will be holding its first Provincial Cup Race on Saturday.

This is part of a series that all tracks host with this year’s finals being in Prince George in mid-August.

Riders from all over BC will be in attendance as well as members from the local club.

The Grand Forks track will be hosting their provincial on Sunday, making this the first ever Kootenay BMX weekend with the two tracks working together.

This is a great chance to see some exciting racing action and to see what this amazing sport is all about.

West Kootenay BMX hosts weekly races from May to September and has been steadily adding new members. Race night is Mondays with the track open for practice and registration from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with racing to follow. The track is located at the Salmo Ski Hill in the lower land next to Erie creek.

For more info contact Lyndon Schiewe at 250-357-2874 or westkootenaybmx.com

 

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