Daniel Boyce is in the lead in the senior class and is one of the favourites tomorrow.
Daniel Boyce is in the lead in the senior class and is one of the favourites tomorrow. Brendan Bufi

Easter Sunday Motor Cross buns

THERE will be plenty of Easter Sunday motorbike fun and action tomorrow at the Benaraby Motorcross track.

Tomorrow is round two of the Orange to Ocean Interclub Series with a full range of senior and junior classes.

The day will have 13 classes that will include four-year-olds on the 50cc bikes.

Gladstone District Dirtriders Club publicity officer Julie Maeyke said there are several riders in contention to follow up from their success in the first race in Biloela.

"Round one was conducted at Biloela a few weeks ago and the local riders rode well," Maeyke said.

"Daniel Boyce is leading the Senior Lites class and Jaydon Purdy is leading the Mini Lites 12 to under 16 years class."

However she said a Gladstone senior rider will miss.

"Brett Scott was leading the Masters over 40 class, but he sustained a training injury last weekend and will not be able to compete," Maeyke said.

She said that more than 100 riders from other parts of the region are expected to compete.

"The following two rounds of the series will run in Mundubbera and Bundaberg in May," Maeyke said.

"Bundaberg riders put in great results at Biloela and lead several of the other classes as well as several Biloela riders."

ORANGE TO OCEAN SERIES

WHAT: Round 2

WHEN: Tomorrow

WHERE: Benaraby Raceway



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