Levi Rogers looked much better after finally beiong able to get some riding in between the opening round and Coolum as he recovers from his shoulder surgery. While still not 100%, his speed and fitness is returning quickly and he looked good on track with his shoulder standing up well to the bumpy, sandy surface of Coolum.
Levi all but dominated the day in the 13-14 years class, taking first overall on his YZ125 with three race wins. He was on track for the same result on his YZ250F but a fall in the final moto left him with 1-1-4 results and second overall. He leads the series on both classes after round two.
Jake Cannon had a tough day on a track he admits isn‰Ûªt his favourite but he is a little fighter and kept battling away. He claimed fifth place on his 85 in the 9-11 years division with 5-8-4 results, remembering this is only his second event on the 85. He was well placed on his 65 to finish on the podium but was unable to finish race three and was left frustrated.
The New South Wales team of Kayd Kingsford, Ryder Kingsford and Bayley Clancy attended the first of the New South Wales State Motocross championship qualifying rounds at Clarence in the mountains behind Sydney. All three riders stood on the podium in a productive day for the team.