Its all systems go as the sixth round of the National Motocross Championship returns to the newly-built Solai racetrack in Nakuru.
The event, organised by Rift Valley Motor & Sports Club (RVMSC) will feature members of the Kenya team which finished second at last weekend's FIM Africa Motocross Championship in Kampala.
Riders and their mechanics have been preparing vigorously to ensure all is well ahead of the race-day on Sunday.
MX50 class will feature the likes of Dekker Kihara, Maina Wanjigi, Ethan Nyachae and jesse Waithaka.
MX65 has the likes of series leader Rolf Kihara, Jeremiah Waithaka, Alistair Diniz and Owain Ashley.
MX125 has Apollo Mbuki who led his team-mates Rohan Gandhi and Masalule Kituyi to a rare 1-2-3 finish in Kampala. The trio hope to renew their rivalry in Nakuru.
Defending MX2 Champion Tutu Maina intends to eclipse Ivan Guya in what is anticipated to be a true race of champions. Guya is the outgoing MX125 champion who didn't defend his title this year after moving on to the MX2 class.
Champion Shivam Vinayak will be riding to safeguard his MX1 championship lead up against the likes of Moses Mugo, Charles Mugo, Louis Dirnboeck and Allaan Kuria.
RVM&SC Chairman Rob Colllinge thanked his members for the efforts towards what they do for Karting and particularly the huge extra work load of the Motocross they have taken to organise the forthcoming Round 6 of the National Championship on Sunday 2nd September.
"The Club is indebted to you. Members please come and support the Club by attending this most entertaining and thrilling sport,"Collinge.