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Alison Grecht, left, Reese Beadall and Shaye Tudor compete in the 15-16-year-old girls’ division during a provincial series race Saturday evening at the Nanaimo BMX Association’s Marie Davidson BMX Park. - GREG SAKAKI/The News Bulletin
Alison Grecht, left, Reese Beadall and Shaye Tudor compete in the 15-16-year-old girls’ division during a provincial series race Saturday evening at the Nanaimo BMX Association’s Marie Davidson BMX Park.
— image credit: GREG SAKAKI/The News Bulletin

The Nanaimo BMX Association hosted a provincial series race Saturday at Marie Davidson BMX Park. It was part of a busy week at the track at Beban Park, as the club also put on its annual Race for Life fundraiser on Wednesday.

In other BMX news, local riders brought home some hardware from the Fraser Valley Nationals last month in Chilliwack. There were over 150 motos, with riders from all over Canada and the western United States.

"Nanaimo riders did our community proud with their determination and their wonderful sportsmanship," said Chris Johnson, club president, in a press release.

For information about the club and upcoming races, please visit www.nanaimobmx.com.

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