The Victorian Off Road Championships are moving onto Round 9 & 10 in Omeo with the weekend hosted by the Koo Wee Rup Motorcycle Club. One rider who is looking forward to the next round(s) is Chloe Miles.
Chloe is competing in the Junior Girls class where she is currently in second position.
After missing a number of rounds in the Junior Girls class last year due to a broken leg , yet still finishing third, Chloe is pushing for an uninterrupted season this year.
“I missed three rounds last year with a broken leg but managed to finish third for the year,” Chloe said.
“This year I was running second up until dropping a round at Hedley due to bike issues and that has sees me in my current position of third.”
To prepare for the 2017 Championships and this upcoming round Chloe has done plenty of off bike work to make sure she is ready to go.
“To prepare I always make sure that I’m eating healthy, always make sure I’m exercising and I’m always out push bike riding. I also try to get on the bike when I can.”
Asked what she enjoys about the Victorian Off Road Championships, Chloe said:
“I enjoy the people and the clubs, they build great tracks and put on great events!”
Rounds 9 & 10 of the Victorian Off Road Championships are taking place this coming weekend, the 5th & 6th August in Omeo.
Check www.mvorconline.com for all the information for the weekend.