Jordan Keogh railing one of Gormanston’s Berms.
Jason Meara whips it over one of Gormanston’s Tabletops
This is why we call them Dirtbikes.
And this is why we dont like dirt.
Liam Sinnott give the thumbs up to fellow rivals.
Jordan Keogh styling it in Gormanston.
Pushing the limits has its consequences, here Jason Meara pushes it too far and looses the front end.
Young McConville pans by on his 65cc
Father watching his daughter progress.
Tight batteling, Edmonds (86) leads Kerr (6) and Maguire (8)
5 R’s of trying to avoid roost - Duck, Dodge, Dive, Dip & Dodge
One of my favourite photos. Jake Farrelly shows his determination at a young age.
Young Jamie Whelan takes his eyes of the track for a short moment to give me a cheeky look.
Richard Bird lets the back end get loose for a split second at Desert Martin.
Keeping a close eye. Kevin Russell watches son Darragh.
Roost for days, Robert Hamilton at Desert Martin earlier this year.
A helping hand.
Arse over the back wheel, Nathan Markey shows his speed.
This man never fails to provide great images, Hugh Maguire.
The back end kicks out on Jake Farrelly’s 65cc machine before taking the chequered flag.
Faceplant! Jim O’Neill gets close and personal to Desert Martin’s sand.
Pre race stare.
Battle of the kids, or battle of the parents.
Riders and fans of Milverton Off Road MCC are familiar of these mad marshals.
Tight batteling between Markey and Dulaghan.
Mouth wide open, and loving every minute.
Thumbs up, lets race!
Richard Fanning gets the power down when the gate drops.
Picture of sportsmanship.
James Sinnott wheelies his way down the straight ahead of his rivals.
A friend in need, is a friend indeed.
A good start is half the battle.