Monday June 11th 2018

Unlike Golf or tennis and some other sports - there was no “Rain Delay” at Malakwa yesterday for the final round of the 2018 Outlaw Series - but to be truthful, the weather was pretty ugly, more like Scotland than BC. - A stark contrast from Round #2 at Scotch Creek , when the temperatures were in the +30 range.
However, nobody was complaining, as the riders set out to tackle two loops of the ten sections that Sammy King had set up around the Carl Kuster Mountain Park, a wonderful area at the north end of the Okanagan Valley. -  Kudus to Sam for getting the degree of difficulty just about spot on allowing for the poor weather conditions.
It was great to see riders from both the Vancouver area and Alberta make the long road trip to support the event - with snow forecast for the Mountain Passes, nobody could blame anybody for staying home. - At least the rainy spell, will help postpone the worry of Forest fires.

Here is a shot of Ted McDowall (TRS) taking the win in the Senior Advanced Class, plus he clinched the #1 plate for the Series.

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Roger Tessier  (Beta)  Kamloops  BC  17 points


1 Leigh Stocks  (TRS)  Revelstoke  BC  33 points

2 Ty Morrison ( Beta)  Scotch Creek  BC  48 points

3 Chris Briggs ( Beta)  Sorrento  BC   57  points

4th  Russ Nelson ( Beta)  Celista  BC   58 points

Senior Intermediate

1  Richard Oullet  ( Scorpa)  Calgary  AB  36 points


1 Cam Collie  (Vertigo)  Vancouver  BC   21 points

2 Sawer Collie (Ossa)   Vancouver  BC    23 points

3 Shane Bridden ( TRS)  Kelowna  BC     24 points

4th Jake Wideman  (Beta)  Scotch Creek BC   25 points

5th Don Corrorcan  ( GG)  Golden  BC     59 points

Senior Advanced

1 Ted McDowall  (TRS)  Vancouver  BC   6 points

2 Ross Rathbone (Beta)  Scotch Creek BC 11 points

3 Marcus Buhrig  (Beta)  Blind Bay   BC   24 points


1 Sam King  (GG)  Sicamous  BC   9 points

2 Kolten Morrison (Beta)  Scotch Creek BC  46 points

3 Mike Crumly  (Scorpa)  Mission  BC   55 points

Thanks to our Score keeper  Judy Rathbone  and to Carl Kuster and Marshal for allowing the use of the land - next event will be the WTC National Round #1 at Revelstoke on July 1st.

With the 2018 Outlaw Series now concluded, here are the winners of the #1 plates for this year. Note: There was an unbreakable tie in the Junior Class, so we will award all three riders a #1 plate.

Expert   Sam King

Advanced  Cam Collie

Senior Advanced  Ted McDowall

Intermediate  Ty Morrison

Sportsman  Richard  Oullet

Junior  Dave Seifert - Harold Pospisil  - Roger Tessier.

Thanks to all the competitors who attended, and to the organizers who hosted the events. Plus of Course Julie who has been the mainstay of our Scoring committee.
Not surprisingly,  Sammy took the Expert win

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James Dabill ( Beta) continued his winning streak at the recent British Championship - He has won all the events to date.
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I saw this old photograph posted - cute.
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The Vernon Off Road Club - held a kids day at Noble Canyon yesterday, and reports are that the wet weather did not deter any of the youngsters have fun  in the muddy conditions


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