RACING WELL AT Chilliwack were (from left) Aiden Quinn

Coal Hills BMX racers rock

Locals do great job competing at Nationals event in Chilliwack

 

 

 

Four local Coal Hills BMX riders travelled to Chilliwack this past weekend for the first race in the Canadian national series – The Fraser Valley Nationals.

Racing Friday night, Aleasha Wiebe had a fourth and second while the Webber boys Aiden (third) and Quinn (fourth) had good nights.

Saturday morning they were joined by Cumberland trackmate Adicus Bird who finished first. Aleasha got a third and fifth, Quinn got seventh and brother Aiden received a fifth and third.

Sunday morning finished off with Adicus earning fourth Aleasha, got two thirds, Quinn earned a fifth and brother Aiden closed the weekend off with a third and fourth.

These four racers did an incredible job against tough competition from Canada and the United States.The following riders also recieved their C Nag Plates: Aleasha Wiebe, Quinn Webber, Aiden Webber and Hayden Fieret.

“Great job to all of you. You did an incredible job,” a Coal Hills BMX spokesperson said.

 

– Coal Hills BMX

 

 

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