Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles’ Jake Anstett leads Hayden Cordell of Rochester in the early laps of the Pro Class race at the Olympic Peninsula Motorcycle Club complex on Deer Park Road on Saturday. There were 34 classes of riders with a total just over 250 racing in the two-day Pacific Racing Organization event this weekend, the first motorcycle races held at Deer Park in months due to COVID-19 closures. 
                                (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles’ Jake Anstett leads Hayden Cordell of Rochester in the early laps of the Pro Class race at the Olympic Peninsula Motorcycle Club complex on Deer Park Road on Saturday. There were 34 classes of riders with a total just over 250 racing in the two-day Pacific Racing Organization event this weekend, the first motorcycle races held at Deer Park in months due to COVID-19 closures. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Motorcycle racing

*Editors Note: Olympic Peninsula Motor Cycle Club will not hold its previously scheduled motorcycle hill climb this weekend June 27-28. The event was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. The club plans to hold a hill climb event Sept. 5-6.

Port Angeles’ Jake Anstett leads Hayden Cordell of Rochester in the early laps of the Pro Class race at the Olympic Peninsula Motorcycle Club complex on Deer Park Road on Saturday. 

There were 34 classes of riders with a total just over 250 racing in the two-day Pacific Racing Organization event this weekend, the first motorcycle races held at Deer Park in months due to COVID-19 closures.

A hill climb race is scheduled Sept. 5-6 at the Port Angeles-area facility.

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