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Round One Success for bLU cRU 2-Stroke Nationals | News

A total of 136 bikes took the track at round 1 of the Yamaha bLU cRU 2-stroke Nationals held in Traralgon on the weekend.

Words and Pics: WEM

With a rider pool from across the nation, a relaxed vibe and outstanding talent showcased at round 1, we have seen increased entries over night for the second round of the series at Coolum on Sunday March 3rd.

Series promoter Kevin Williams was please with the First ever 2-Stroke Nationals and grateful for the support of his partners.

“I was delighted with the turn out across the board and overwhelmed with the amount of young talent, it was great to be able to showcase young and old riders alike, from the 65cc young guns all the way thru to old stars such as Paul Grant former factory Honda rider on board his CR500”. explained Williams

“I would like to thank Yamaha Motor Australia for their support in this new series as well as there on going support to all young and old yamaha riders, as well as Yamaha i would like to thank our other partners Thor, Raceline, YMI and YMF, and a special thank you to the Traralgon Motorcycle club and the Latrobe City Council”,Finished Williams.

The talent was spread deep through out all classes making the win all that much sweeter for the following riders;

Hallman Retro Cup
1st James Hanson
2nd Steven Bowen
3rd Jake West

Raceline 65cc Cup
1st Ky Woods
2nd Jett Williams
3rd Jack Deveson

Yamaha 85cc Cup
1st Hunter Collins
2nd Cambell Williams
3rd Ryder Kingsford

Yamaha 125cc Junior Cup
1st Blake Fox
2nd Alex Larwood
3rd Blake Hollis

YMI All Powers Cup
1st Joel Milesevic
2nd Deakin Hellier
3rd Ryan Kenney