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50cc Girls ready to take Virginia Off-Road Series by storm in 2024.

In 2023 The VXCS (Virginia Cross Country Series), introduced a Girls 50cc class, with the idea of creating a class geared towards the growth of young ladies. With the thought, of keeping them involved at a young age, will hopefully provide a better platform for women’s offroad racing years to come. These young ladies always put on a great show for the spectators and run around with the biggest smiles after the race, all while creating those fun family moments that keep us all motivated!



The Girls 50cc class, along with all the 50cc classes are points geared. In 2023 the VXCS crowned the first Girls 50cc Champion in Virginia. Turning a new leaf for the future of girls offroad racing. Peyton Robertson, on her Ron Ayers Motorworks backed KTM, took the Championship! The battles were definitely intense, but it was incredible to see the friendships and bonds these young ladies created.



The season started out strong for the #755-Evelynn Ezell, out of Belews Creek, Noth Carolina on her Motosport Roanoke Husqvarna.  Evelynn finished out the year in second place. Not far behind was Elsie Meeks, grabbing third place, on her Cycle Connection supported Husky from Martinsville, Virginia rounding out the fourth spot for the 2023 season was the #788 of Emma Fain, also on a Cycle Connection back Husqvarna from Martinsville, VA! It was awesome watching these young racers grow and push hard for that #1 plate.



With the expected growth in the Girls class, we’ve decided to split the Girls 50cc (4-8). The VXCS will now offer a girls 50cc (4-6) and (7-8) class. This will allow for the younger age group to race for a #1 plate and a jacket of their own. We are very excited to watch these young ladies battle it out in 2024 and pave the way for future families to get their daughters involved in offroad racing.



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