The second running of the Concordia, Sinaloa, Mexico based Cain Road Race attracted over 75 entries, including the first American competitor, David Anderson.
GSX-R 600 Suzuki mounted Anderson would go onto finish overall 9th, second in terms of 600/750 (Expert) machinery exponents behind Carlos Alfredo Rodriguez.
Photo credit: Factor Biker
Overall race honours went to reigning event winner Colombia’s Rigo Salazar, who’s racing CV includes eight national titles.
Salazar’s overall winning time of 37 minutes 57.400 seconds was nearly four minutes up from his victorious performance from last year.
Nearest challenger on Sunday to the Colombian as in 2019 was Israel Juarez Gomez whilst P3 on the leader board went to Alfredo Nava.
Positions 4th to 6th were acquired respectively by Arturo Anguiano, the aforementioned Alfredo Rodriguez and Gonzalo Castro.
Photo courtesy of Paco De Man
Overall 77 of the 79 finishers lapped the 74 kilometres long Cain course, at under the one hour mark.
Another hugely positive moment for the real roads scene in the Americas, it’s fantastic to see the Cain Road Race growing in popularity.
All that is left to say is countless congratulations to the event organisers on running a successful meeting, that hopefully in the foreseeable future will grow and grow in stature.
Words by Stevie Rial