Team BCP Honda ‘Off Road’ riders Baylee Davies and Kyron Bacon have continued their run at the top of the table in the Tasmanian Off Road Series over the weekend. Kyron Bacon took the win on Saturday on board his Honda CRF150R while Baylee Davies did likewise on Sunday on board his CRF250R.

The event was held at the ‘Coal Mine Road’ facility in Preolenna in the north west of Tasmania. In muddy, treacherous conditions on Saturday Kyron Bacon continued his win streak by dominating the small bore class.

“I love riding in the mud so it was a lot of fun out there today,” said Bacon.
“I’m feeling fit and healthy and ready to fight for this AORC J2 Championship next weekend when we have the final two rounds Saturday and Sunday in Victoria.”

Baylee Davies solid win on Sunday sees him extend his lead in the premiere Ironman Championship with four rounds to go in the Tasmanian Off Road Series.

“It was tough conditions today in the mud but we are used to that here in Tasmania,” said Davies.
“It was great to race today with my good mate Matthew Phillips who’s back from Europe at the moment. He really lifts the profile of racing here when he’s back.”

Both Davies and Bacon will make the trip across the Tasman late this week in preparation for the final two rounds of the AORC which are to be held this weekend in Tasmania.

Main Pic: Baylee Davies (Pic Sharon Wellard)