SCOTT Thursday Night Racer Finish Season in Style

The SCOTT Thursday Night Race Series wrapped up last week,

Thursday night bike series wraps up.

The SCOTT Thursday Night Race Series wrapped up last week, with 45 racers flying down the flowy Bin Logdin race course.  Fastest time of the night went to André Volard (Cranbrook, BC) in a time of 1:28.8, and the fastest female down the trail was Simone Bourassa (Fernie, BC) in 1:48.3.

Here are the full results from the August 30 race.


145 riders competed over the series of 9 races, accumulating points at each race to crown series champions after the last race.


Overall Series Points


Kids (male age 8-12)

1st place – Blake Plummer (65 pts)

2nd place – Owen Pollock (37 pts)

3rd place – JJ Goodison (33 pts)


Big Kids (male age 13-17)

1st place – André Volard (86 pts)

2nd place – Justin Bohn (71 pts)

3rd place – Nik Dunn (56 pts)

4th place – Riley Mack (50 pts)


Old Kids (female age 18-39)

1st place – Simone Bourassa (76 pts)

2nd place – Michelle Arsenault (69 pts)

3rd place – Tara Prefontaine (66 pts)

4th place – Steph Hansen (56 pts)


Old Kids (male age 18-39)

1st place – Stephen Reed (50 pts)

2nd place – Andy Jaffray (42 pts)

3rd place – Iain May (41 pts)

4th place – Dylan Siggers (38 pts)

5th place – Luke Stevens (30 pts)


Over the Hill Kids (female 40+)

1st place – Kathy Murray (29 pts)


Over the Hill Kids (male 40+)

1st place – Thomas Dunn (58 pts)

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