Local riders take top spots in U.S. races

The Labour Day Motorcycle Hill Climb races held in Port Angeles Washington was attended by a contingent of Cowichan Valley riders.


The Labour Day Motorcycle Hill Climb races held in Port Angeles Washington was attended by a contingent of Cowichan Valley riders.

This event is hosted by the Olympic Peninsula  Motorcycle Club, a non-profit club that owns a 40-acre track facilty in Port Angeles, particularly popular with families.

The annual Labour Day HIll Climb event features  classes for all ages.

Cynthia, Jayden and Lily Barry, daughters of Pat and Amanda Barry rode very well and brought home trophies in several classes.

This year saw an increase in riders in all classes with the Valley’s Matt Weremi, Byron Dewaal, Kurt Allan and Pat Barry riding bikes in the large bike classes.


Saturday Racing

50cc – Jayden Barry 1st place

85cc – Cynthia Barry 4th place

85cc MOD – Cynthia Barry 5th place

250x – Byron Dewaal 5th place

250 MOD – Byron Dewaal 7th

450x – Matt Weremi 6th place

450MOD – Pat Barry 8th place

Openx – Matt Weremi 4th place


Sunday Racing

50cc – Jayden Barry 2nd place

– Lily Barry 8th place

85cc – Cynthia Barry 2nd place

85cc MOD – Cynthia Barry 4th place

250x – Byron Dewaal 4th place

250 MOD – Byrol Dewaal 3rd place

450x – Kurt Allan 1st place

Matt Weremi 7th place

Pat Barry 15th place









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