Port Lincoln Motorcycle Club had a great result at the SA State Title MX (motocross) Championship with three of its members finishing on the podium.
Siegah Ward dominated the MX 2 Expert 250cc class to finish 48 points ahead of the competition in first.
Ward had five second place finishes from the first two rounds at Port Lincoln and Murray Bridge but it was all firsts from then on.
The MX 1 Expert 450cc class came down to the wire but Port Lincoln’s Mitchell Norris just missed out on first by six points.
Norris’ best round was at Gillman in June where he got one first and two seconds.
Finally Luke Tonkin came third in the MX 1 Clubman 450cc class, he scored one top three finish with a third at Keith in July.
Presentations were made at the Woodville West Football Club on September 23.
The championships consisted of five round series with Port Lincoln hosting the first round followed by Murray Bridge, Gillman, Keith and Renmark.
The tracks were demanding and challenging and the tough weather conditions from mother nature varied from sunny days to heavy rains and wild winds.
The toughest round was the second at Murray Bridge where rider Tyler Lange from Loxton had a horrific crash.
The rest of the day was cancelled and Tyler died five days later.
Tyler was considered a great mate to all the motocross family and everyone loved him.