Respects to a fallen off-road rider

Coming To The Aid Of Fallen Off-Roader

Off-road racer Dick Yardley 42, died on February 17 while racing his motorcycle in the desert. Yardley was the Over 40 Expert Champion in Utah's desert racing club U.S.R.A. and ranked number four in the AMA National Hare & Hound Series in 2001. In 1999, Yardley, at age 39, won the Over 25 Expert class in the Best of the Desert Series, as well as many Ironman expert class win's in Best of the Desert in the early ‘90s.

Yardley is survived by his wife, Cindy, five children, Mindy, Mickee, Coby, Makayla, and Natalie, and seven grandchildren.

Yardley’s family is in urgent need of financial help, according to those close to the family. Donation's can be directly deposited at any U.S. Bank branch, made to the Dick Yardley Family Fund, routing #124302150, account #253150189582, or by mail to the Dick Yardley Family Fund in care of A.E.S., P.O. Box 752, St. George, UT 84771-0752. Services for Yardley were held on February 22.

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My deepest sentiments!........mmmmmm, damn shame when a person who lives with a passion for something has to hang in the boots, but our prayers and sympathy for the Yardly family are sent out from all enduro riders alike!!

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