It's not often you get to share one of your kid's "firsts" when they are teenagers. This weekend, Clay, (almost 16) rode his first AMA Enduro. Not knowing where he should start, we figured the best gauge was to ride C class and then we'd have a good idea. This was a restart enduro, and not really a typical one, it was on a closed course at Leahy Family Farm (Milliken, Co), put on by Two Rivers Racing. 2 laps, then a break, then 3 more laps. Started 4 to a row, one minute apart. No 'special test' sections, just laps. There was an "endurocross" section and the laps were about 7.5 miles. What a great event. For anyone considering racing, this was really a taste of it all. Part MX track, part single track/enduro stuff and part endurocross challenges (or a ride-around of that section which proportionately worked itself out). After watching this, next year, I think we are all going to ride it. Clay did fantastic! Had a blast and is now looking at doing more racing. Here's a few photos and my link to the Ever-Too-Long-Proud-Mom slideshow on Photobucket.... Totally Focused! The Enduro-X section The Results! Ever-Too-Long-Proud-Mom slideshow on Photobucket: http://s509.photobucket.com/albums/s333/worththewait15/Clay%20TRR%20Race%202008/?action=view¤t=d51ef3c7.pbw Lots to be proud of this year! Both kids made great strides in riding and life!