The sun was shinning for the Quesnel Knee Draggers first practice of the season last month.

It’s time to race

Rain or shine you can find them there, the Quesnel Knee Draggers, taking on the curves of the racing track.

Rain or shine you can find them there, the Quesnel Knee Draggers, taking on the curves of the racing track.

The Knee Draggers are Quesnel’s newly renamed amateur road racing organization.

With no license required anyone wanting to try out the sport is always welcome at the track, the Knee Draggers are always looking for new members to come out and take part in the fun. Gear and a SNELL approved helmet is required while racing to ensure the safety of the rider.

This club provides aspiring racers of any ability the opportunity to try out the sport of motorcycle racing in a safe and controlled environment, mixing in a little friendly competition among the members.

Quesnel will be hosting the mini road racing national rounds four and five at the Cariboo raceway park July 5 – 6, practice starts  at 9 a.m. with qualifying at 10 a.m. on Saturday. On Saturday the races begin at 1:15 p.m. and at 10 a.m. on Sunday.

For more information visit www.quesnelkneedraggers.com or contact Chris Kelly at Plaster.ck@gmail.com.

 

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