More than 100 riders descended on the Wickham, Roebourne and Port Samson Motocross Club recently for round two of the North West Motorcycle Association racing season. The 107 riders from as far north as Broome and south as Newman competed across 15 classes that raced over the two days with four rounds of racing on July 16-17. An action-packed senior open category was won by Jake Wattling ahead of Brock Wilkinson and Bryce Durbridge. Callum Jones was crowned the winner of the senior lites with Leo Bell and Sebastian Edward rounding out the top three. In the women’s category, Tom Price’s Camryn Lombaard finished first, while Broome’s Ben Williams took out the vets division. Ayden Stephens continued on from his strong form in Tom Price in the 65cc class with another perfect round, finishing with four firsts. Reece Lydeamore and Anthony Ninness shared the success in the 85cc class taking two wins each. Meanwhile in the 50cc division, Cruz Brahim was too strong for Jack Johns and Zayne Hunter while Brayden Dall won the 65cc juniors. Two new racing classes were featured in the junior lites group — 125cc and 250cc — with newcomer Josh Schultz from Broome finishing first in the 125cc and Archie Freeguard winning on his 250cc KTM. Meanwhile, Aja Tito had 100 per cent success in the ATV 60cc-90cc class. Jaxon Duscher won the senior quads and the new class ATV 90cc-110cc was won by Hunnter Pinnington. Brett Rae claimed the president’s award for his efforts in nominating for three classes, being an adaptable rider and stopping his own race to check on the safety of others. NWMA president Damien Johns said the series was a great opportunity for individual members of different clubs to come together and test their skills and ability on different tracks and surface conditions. Round three of the NWMA season will be held at Port Hedland on August 20-21.