Lincoln Park BMX hosted a state-qualifying event Sunday, attracting 366 racers of all ages from all across Washington, trying to qualify for the state BMX championship scheduled at Lincoln Park BMX on Sept. 24. From left is Nyah Langdon of Port Angeles, Ava Burke of Gig Harbor and Makaylie Underwood of Port Angeles in the expert 12 girls moto. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Lincoln Park BMX hosted a state-qualifying event Sunday, attracting 366 racers of all ages from all across Washington, trying to qualify for the state BMX championship scheduled at Lincoln Park BMX on Sept. 24. From left is Nyah Langdon of Port Angeles, Ava Burke of Gig Harbor and Makaylie Underwood of Port Angeles in the expert 12 girls moto. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

BMX: Lincoln Park hosts state qualifier

Lincoln Park BMX hosted a state-qualifying event Sunday, attracting 366 racers of all ages from all across Washington, trying to qualify for the state BMX championship scheduled at Lincoln Park BMX on Sept. 24.

From left is Nyah Langdon of Port Angeles, Ava Beck of Gig Harbor and Makaylie Underwood of Port Angeles in the expert 12 girls moto.

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