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Monday, 18 February 2013 15:28

Motocycle: Trinityhouse Brothers Off Road Success

Off road motorcycling siblings Keagan and Blaine Coetzee are revving up the sports world after dominating the 2012 motorcycle championship season.

Competing is races across the country, including Cape Town, KwaZulu Natal, Port Elizabeth and Lesotho, the brothers were consistently on the winning podiums.

 

13-year-old Keagan, who currently attends Trinityhouse High School, competed in the in the National Junior 85cc Class, Northern Regions Junior 85cc Class and Platinum Off-Road Championship, continuously placing first, except for the Wolmaransstad event where he unfortunately experience mechanical problems, and was unable to finish the race.

 

Having won the MSA Northern Region Championship, Keagan was then awarded Provincial Colours, and was honoured at the 2012 MSA Northern Region Championship Awards Evening held at Emperor’s Palace in December last year.

 

Younger brother Blaine, who is only 9-years-old, is following is his brother racing boots. Last year the Charterhouse School student began racing, and competed in the Jnr 65cc Platinum Off-Road Championship. Blaine dominated and won every race as well as the overall 65cc Platinum Championship.

 

Attending the Platinum Off Road Championship Awards Evening together in December 2012 both brothers left with amazing honours.

 

This year will prove to be an equally challenging year as Keagan competes in the National Senior 85cc Class and Blaine in the National 65cc Class. The first national event for the pair will be the JNR Roof of Africa which takes places at the end of March in the Maluti Mountains in Lesotho.

 

There is no doubt the talent duo will continue to race into prime positions.

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