Picture perfect weather greeted motorcyclists in Horsham for the 2019 MX Amateurs at the weekend.
Horsham Motorcycle Club's Kenny Watts said it was a tremendous two days.
"It was well supported across Saturday and Sunday, a good event with riders coming from all over," Watts said. "We had some really good racing on both days."
In a particularly special moment to cap off the weekend, the Bronte Holland Memorial Cup was won by his close friend Josh Cachia.
Bronte Holland died after suffering a stroke in 2009 at the age of 21.
"Josh formerly used to race in America and is a really high calibre rider," Watts said.
"He was a mate of Bronte's. They both won Australian titles together at the Perth Junior Titles in 2002.
"He came out and really put it to them and he won just about every race. For him to win the Cup in honour of Bronte was pretty special."
Watts also said the club ran their first MXoM Junior Replica on Sunday.
"It was a ripper event for us to get over the line," Watts said. "It was really well received and attended."