Sarah King competing in Rockstar Energy Motocross Nationals

The Rockstar Energy Motocross Nationals, Canada's largest powersports series

 

The Rockstar Energy Motocross Nationals, Canada’s largest powersports series, is set to open at the Wastelands in Nanaimo on May 31, 2014.

This year Fort St. James rider, Sara King, will be competing.

King has had a riding career filled with accomplishments. Beginning in 2010, she was the recipient of the Orin Short Memorial Award, and since then has gone on to come in 2nd in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 in Ladies A at WCAN. Continuing her streak, King came in 1st in the Ladies division of the BCMA series.

King enters the series hoping to beat her personal best and place within the top 3 of the Women’s Western Nationals.

 

For full details of the event please visit: www.ca.rockstarenergy.com.

 

 

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