The Peace Motocross Association series returns to Fort St. John this weekend.
Fort St. John Motocross President Haley Davenport said fans can expect a wide range of about 220 riders ranging in age from four years old to over 50 from across the Peace competing at the local motocross track this Sunday.
"It's definitely an action-packed and high adrenaline sport of riders competing to cross the checkered flag first," she said.
The PMA season started on May 1 in Grande Prairie and was in Taylor on May 8.
"So far we had some real tight competitions, either in front of the pack or in the middle," she said.
It's still early in the PMA season and she said there isn't a clear frontrunner in every division.
Riders will be looking to gain valuable PMA points this weekend.
"The local riders will be good to watch with strong competition and groups. The locals are definitely destined to take home a few trophies."
Racing begins at 9: 30 a.m. on June 5. For more information on the Peace Motocross Association, visit www.pma.ab.ca.