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  1. The Endurocross action never disappoints.. But what happened in the last race made me cringe.. I hope they make some changes after that, could have been much worse.
  2. No surprise who wins... He makes it look easy.. And they need to change the cover pic of this vid to an active rider at least. 😏 About 57:20 Juan comes up short into the water jump . Ouch And of course WildWally doing his thing. 👍
  3. The championship battle resumes in the Pacific Northwest IRVINE, CALIF. (October 10, 2017) – Round four of the 2017 AMA EnduroCross championship will be held inside the XFINITY Arena this Saturday, October 14th. FMF KTM’s Cody Webb holds a small gap in the points over Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker. The two best indoor off-road racers in the world are locked into another fierce championship battle and the wet, soft dirt in the Pacific Northwest has proven to be pivotal in the past. Although Webb and Haaker are tough to beat, there is a strong field of riders fighting to earn the podium spots for themselves. You have the youngsters that include Canada’s Trystan Hart, Nevada’s Ty Tremaine and Southern California’s Noah Kepple that are still improving. And then you have veterans such as Kyle Redmond, Geoff Aaron, Max Gerston and Cory Graffunder that are not ready to give up their spots at the front. So there is endless action throughout the field. Don’t miss it. The Pacific Northwest fans have always packed the XFINITY Arena and the local businesses are equally enthusiastic. Cycle Barn, the premier motorsports store in Washington, has signed on as the title sponsor. Pape Rents and Pape Machinery, another local company will also be heavily involved and is providing the equipment to create the awesome track. Skagit Powersports, another local shop will be selling tickets and have a display at the event. EnduroCross includes a class for everyone with the Amateur, Vet, TrialsCross, Women’s and Super EnduroCross (Pro) classes. And for 2017, there is an Amateur B Main, which allows more riders to make it into the night show. So if you want to give it a shot yourself, now is the time to sign up. The Everett EnduroCross will also include one of the Friday night Destry Abbott, DA8 training sessions on the track. The two-hour EnduroCross training session is very hands on with several of the top pro riders assisting Destry in providing instruction on how to tackle the obstacles. The session is open to all riders (even those not competing at the Everett event). For the $100 entry fee, you will learn how tackle the difficult obstacles found on tough trails and EnduroCross tracks. Racers can enter here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/ Everett EnduroCross tickets are available at the following local dealers as well as on www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets. Cycle Barn Marysville – www.cyclebarn.com Skagit Powersports – www.skagitpowersports.com 2017 AMA EnduroCross Championship Schedule Date - Location - Arena August 19, 2017 - Las Vegas, Nevada - Orleans Arena September 23, 2017 - Reno, Nevada - Reno – Sparks Livestock Events Center September 30, 2017 - Denver, Colorado - National Western Events Center October 14, 2017 - Everett, Washington - XFINITY Arena October 28, 2017 - Scottsdale, Arizona - WestWorld November 4, 2017 - Boise, Idaho - Ford Idaho Center November 18, 2017 - Ontario, California - Citizens Business Bank Arena *Subject to Change For more information, visit www.endurocross.com.
  4. DENVER, CO – October 1, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – FMF KTM’s Cody Webb came in to Denver with serious momentum. After a hard-fought win at round two in Reno, Webb rolled into Denver—the city that witnessed his career’s first main event qualification and victory—and he used confidence and some crafty strategy to take an exciting win to stay in front of a charging Colton Haaker on his Rockstar Energy Husqvarna. Maxxis RPM KTM’s Ty Tremaine raced smart and smooth to finish third—his first podium of the season. Defending Champion Colton Haaker fought through injury to fight for the lead. In the end, he finished second. | Photography: Tanner Yeager The night’s main event came after a stack of qualifying races entertained the crowd inside the National Western Complex. The top thirteen Super EnduroCross racers made their way into a gate pick qualifier where Webb began his winning run. He took the win over Haaker and SRT’s Trystan Hart—who grabbed the podium spot after a last-lap pass over teammate Kyle Redmond. That qualifier race not only awards Super EnduroCross riders their gate pick order, but it also seeds the racers into the exciting Bracket Races—one-lap sprints that put the top 12 riders in head-to-head battles until the final two riders face off. Once again, Webb and Haaker advanced to the Bracket finals where Haaker gritted his teeth for a clean win. Haaker came into the event questionable to race, at best. An infection in his elbow has kept him under medical care for the week, and it wasn’t until Friday that he knew he’d make the trip to Denver’s race. While his pace seemed strong, it was clear the injury was affecting him. Ty Tremaine raced the best he has all season and netted a third place finish in Denver. | Photography: Tanner Yeager When the gate dropped for the main event, SRT’s Redmond took the Holeshot for the second week in a row with Webb, Tremaine, and Haaker tightly in tow. The top four quickly pulled a gap to fifth and by the end of lap one Webb had moved by Redmond in the turn between the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Rock Garden. Webb almost immediately pulled a gap that would be hard to close. Behind Redmond in second, Haaker made a move into third past Tremaine and in lap two the top five were Webb, Redmond, Haaker, Tremaine and Purvines Racing DA8’s Cooper Abbot out to a great start sitting in fifth. By the third lap, Haaker had moved into second position after a Matrix bobble by Redmond, but the defending champion was nearly 11 seconds behind race leader Webb. Redmond and Tremaine stayed tight in third and fourth with Hart charging from a few mistakes to keep the top three in sight. Webb (center), Haaker (right) and Tremaine shared the podium in Denver. | Photography: Tanner Yeager Lap four saw the race settle into its own as Tremaine moved by Redmond and stayed in third the entire race. Redmond’s teammate Hart moved into fifth on the same lap. From here, there were no changes in the top three until lap 10. The first No Joke Lane move by the top racers came on lap seven when Tremaine made it cleanly, and without loosing a position, through the challenging short lane that each rider in the main event must do once. Webb would take his turn on lap nine, allowing Haaker to catch up and latch on to the front-runner. Here, Haaker put on a charge and caught and passed Webb. Webb returned the favor on the same lap with a good move inside the rock turn. In the following straight, Haaker moved inside and Webb held up, deciding to let Haaker have the line instead of bumping through the sand turn. Webb continued to race behind Haaker for another two laps until Haaker had to take the No Joke Lane. The move allowed Webb to get by on the main track with a five second lead over Haaker—enough to keep him in the lead to the checkers. Webb now holds a five point lead in the championship points over Haaker. Kacy Martinez (center), Tarah Geiger (right) Shelby Turner (left) earned the Women’s class podium spots after battling the Denver course. | Photography: Adam Booth Haaker held on for second and Tremaine stayed in third. Fourth place went to Trystan Hart after he passed his teammate on lap 11. GasGas’ Noah Kepple rode a solid race from a poor start, going from 13th to sixth by the end. Another GasGas rider, Spain’s John Pau Segura charged from 10th to seventh and Geoff Aaron, on yet another GasGas, finished in eighth after racing as high as sixth. Cooper Abbott finished inside the top 10 in ninth after starting in 5th. SRT-backed Husqvarna pilot Cory Graffunder rounded out the top 10. Cody Webb: “It was a great race. The No Joke Lane finally paid off in a race. It took three races for it to make a difference in the final outcome. I had a good start and got into the lead quickly and built that gap. I was actually kind of gaping Colton but when I took the No Joke Lane, I could tell the fire lit up in him. I had a few issues with lappers and I got splashed in the water so bad I couldn’t see out of my left eye. Colton passed me and I had to just let him get by and do all the hard work. He was pushing really hard at the end. I gave him one block pass since I was there and checked up in the next corner because I knew he’d give it right back. A couple small mistakes I wish I could take away but overall, I’m really glad strategy worked out for me. That college degree finally paid off.” Colton Haaker: “This is my third race and my third injury as I’ve come into each race this season with something. I was lucky and happy to be here as I didn’t 100% commit until even Friday morning before my flight. Today in practice I felt it out and adrenaline kicked in and I was alright for the most part. I’m glad we have a break before Everett so I can get a full recovery. I had a good result considering and I had to get a good ride in here. I’m looking forward to Everett.” Ty Tremaine: “It was a good race. I struggled the last couple weeks and had a practice crash that set me back so I’ve been kind of just throwing it back to basics and getting back to where I was riding at the end of last season. Tonight I got out front early and held the pace the whole time and it felt great to finally be up front with these guys and end up on the podium.” 2017 Denver AMA EnduroCross main event results Cody Webb, KTM Colton Haaker, Husqvarna Ty Tremaine, KTM Trystan Hart, Husqvarna Kyle Redmond, Husqvarna Noah Kepple, GasGas Joan Pau Segura, GasGas Geoff Aaron, GasGas Cooper Abbott, Yamaha Cory Graffunder, Husqvarna Mason Ottersberg, Yamaha Wally Palmer, KTM Mitch Carvolth, KTM Max Gerston, Beta Austin Schiermeister, Honda In the Women’s class, Kacy Martinez took her FMF KTM to the top step of the podium after an intense battle with JCR Honda’s Tarah Geiger and defending champion Shelby Turner. Beta’s Morgan Tanke got into the mix as well during the main with the final podium rounding out with Geiger taking second and Turner finishing third. The entire field was mixed up at multiple points in the race making it an exciting race. In the Vet class, Destry Abbott, took his third win in a row and was joined on the podium by David Stirm in second, for the second time in a row, and Derek Raycraft, from Colorado, taking third in his home-state race. Kevin Dupius took the Open Amateur class win on his Husqvarna for the second race in a row. Josh Greco came in second and James Flynn grabbed third. In the Amateur B class, Alec Peronnard took his first win in front of Tanner Killmer. Cole Wilton brought home third. In Trialcross, the young guns stole the show with 14-year old Elliot Key, 14-year old Anthony Johnson and 16-year old Nigel Parker going 1-2-3. Complete results can be found here: http://endurocross.escoremx.com/class.asp?s=5&c=all&e=84 You can watch the entire night show on the www.endurocross.com website. Round five of the 2017 EnduroCross series will be in two weeks on October 14th, inside the Xfinity Arean in Everett, Washington presented by Cycle Barn. The insane EnduroCross obstacles provide a great show and exciting racing for race fans. If you have never been to an AMA EnduroCross in person, you need to put one on your calendar for 2017. Tickets are available here: http://www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets If you want to tackle an EnduroCross course yourself, there are classes for Amateur, Vet, Women and TrialsCross riders. All of those support class main events run as part of the night show so it is your chance to compete in front of a large crowd. And there is nothing more challenging than tackling an EnduroCross course. Racers can enter here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/
  5. 2019 EnduroCross Series to air on Fox Sports 2 All three rounds to air beginning on November 24th TULSA, OK (October 31, 2019) – The 2019 AMA EnduroCross series just wrapped up with Colton Haaker outdueling Taddy Blazusiak to secure the championship. The three events included exciting racing in the Super EnduroCross pro class, which featured a three-moto format. All three rounds will air on Fox Sports 2 (FS2) starting with round one on November 24th. The announcing team will be top notch with Kristen Beat doing the rider interviews and behind the scenes stories while Daniel Blair calls the race action. Each show will include the three Super EnduroCross main events as well as feature one of the support classes. “We are really proud of what we were able to achieve in just four months since taking over the AMA EnduroCross series for 2019,” said Tod Hammock, the president and founder of Cycle City Promotions. “The racing was amazing, and we are happy to showcase it to the fans via the FS2 shows. All three shows will likely get several re-runs in addition to the original airings.” 2019 AMA EnduroCross FS2 TV Schedule Sunday, November 24th – 4:00 PM EST | Round 1 from Prescott Valley, Arizona Sunday, December 1st – 1:00 PM EST | Round 2 from Denver, Colorado Saturday December 7th – 500 PM EST | Round 3 from Boise, Idaho Each show will likely have several re-air dates so check your local listings. The 2020 EnduroCross series is planned for at least six events and the schedule will be shared in the coming weeks.
  6. came down to race 3 and the top guys were all out front...
  7. 2:25 Man.. Taddy had a bad night.. Cody just had some plain old bad luck.. But the dude didn't give up and fixed his own bike ! and still managed 2nd even with a DNF ... Great person for the sport !
  8. Super Enduro this weekend in Budapest Hungary this weekend. Track looks to be really good. Technical yet still should offer some good racing. Billy Bolt is clearly the fastest guy in the prestige class yet makes more mistakes than the multi time champ Taddy. As for my kid Ty, he’s ready to go for this weekend. He has 2 wins so far in the Junior class, but lost the world championship points lead with a really bad race at round 3. Hoping to get back on track and get the points lead back before going into the last round.
  9. Congrats to the new Champ !! I did feel bad for Taddy the way it all went down... Race Highlights.
  10. He ran a couple of European Extreme Enduros last season, with middling results. Did not see him in last week's Extreme XL Lagares. Is he doing WESS this year? or staying in the US? or ????
  11. Bummed to see this , I wish him well in his future plans , he is a 100 percent classy dude.. Team manager, Antti Kallonen: “It has been a pleasure working with Cody for the last several years and together push the limits of Extreme Offroad here in the U.S and Worldwide. For that, I want to thank Cody for the National and World Championships we got to experience together and wish him best of luck in the future.” KTM North America, Inc. and the entire FMF KTM Factory Racing Team wish Cody the best in his future endeavors.
  12. I know everyone is all amped up for Supercross, I know I am! However before that because of the time difference round two of the SuperEnduro series (Endurocross World Championship) is going down in Germany. My son Ty is there racing for the Junior Championship. After seeing some pictures and video of the track it’s really extreme and is for sure going to be some crazy racing! What I’ve seen so far Go Pro of Track
  13. Ty Cullins just handled the rest of the LCQ field to make it into the main. I love live-streamed events ... Go Morgan ...
  14. Rockstar Energy Husqvana Factory Racing Rider Will Take Time to Properly Recover From Recent Surgery October 26, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Colton Haaker will be forced to sit out the final three rounds of the AMA EnduroCross Championship and will thus relinquish his fight to successfully defend his title in the US. Enjoying a solid season of competition in the US, Haaker won the opening round of the 2017 AMA EnduroCross series in Las Vegas and then went on to claim top three results in the following three rounds of the series. Due to an injury sustained at the beginning of the EnduroCross season, Haaker has already undergone minor surgery to remove the Bursa Sac in his elbow and clean up the remainder of an existing staph infection. While doctors are currently unsure of the recovery time needed, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider is already looking to be back in time to defend his FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title. The 2018 SuperEnduro series kicks off in Poland on December 9, 2017. Husqvarna Motorcycles. Tradition on two wheels since 1903. Husqvarna Motorcycles are widely known and respected in the off-road world for a heritage of competition and numerous motocross and enduro world championships. Originally founded in Sweden in 1903, Husqvarna Motorcycles have been designed and manufactured in Mattighofen, Austria since 2013. Rockstar Energy Drink Rockstar Energy Drink is designed for those who lead active lifestyles – from Athletes to Rockstars. Available in over 20 flavors at convenience and grocery outlets in over 30 countries, Rockstar supports the Rockstar lifestyle across the globe through Action Sports, Motor Sports, and Live Music. For more information visit: www.RockstarEnergy.com Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  15. Exclusive live feed available on Traction eRag's Facebook page here 11:45am MST Sun 25th June 2017. Watch 264 motocross athletes test their skills on Canada’s only rider-designed Endurocross course. The track has been redesigned and is even more brutal than previous years. You can see the new track through the eyes of enduro legend wannabe Reece Tasker. 👍
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    2016 Kx85 2 stroke. 25.3 hours on new Wiseco pro elite Piston, rings, wrist pin, wrist pin bearing, grips, Rear tire, and rear tire tube. Power valve and cylinder head was cleaned and flushed out. Only ever used high quality Synthetic maxima k2 oil for best Lubrication. Gear oil changed every 10 hours. Air filter cleaned and oiled every 3 hours. Coolant was changed and flushed completely out of the cooling system. Cylinder base gasket and cylinder head gasket were changed. Crank is still in amazing condition. Tires are still in good condition. Never been ridden super hard because I do 50% motocross 50% light trail riding. It’s a good bike and always starts first or second kick. Vin number is JKBKXFCC9GA008119 Rarely ever had problems with it. Only problem is that clutch lever perch needs to be changed because the threads are messed up and I am missing a bolt from the front brake line guide that clamps the brake line onto the bike to stop it from getting snagged. Comes with a size medium helmet and bar risers and extra parts and goodies. It’s jetted a bit rich but that makes sure that enough oil is getting into the engine which makes it last longer . Bikes in good condition. fresh gear oil, fresh air filter, and bike is washed and cleaned Has a lot of power for a little 85. Plastics only have a few scuffs on them. It’s good for 10-13 year old kids. Selling because I’m to big for it and looking for a 125. I’m asking for $2,900 obo which isn’t a lot for how good condition it’s in. For more info,vids,pics, or concerns please contact me at monsoursaleh@icloud.com or (601) 415-9091. Pickup in Vicksburg Mississippi

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  17. This race looked a lot like how the SX season is going !! WOW!!
  18. EnduroCross Announces Six 2018 Events Opening Round Kicks Off August 25th in Prescott Valley, AZ IRVINE, CALIF. (April 17, 2018) – The 2018 AMA EnduroCross Series will kick off the first of six rounds on August 25th in Prescott Valley, Arizona. This will be the first EnduroCross event in Prescott Valley, but Arizona is a hotbed for off-road motorcycle racing and powersports. Longtime rivals, FMF KTM-sponsored rider Cody Webb and Rockstar Husqvarna-sponsored rider Colton Haaker will face off again on the track, as Webb enters the series as this year’s favorite to win. Webb won his third EnduroCross championship in 2017, and last month earned an FIM SuperEnduro World Championship. Haaker, the 2016 AMA EnduroCross champion, aims to reclaim the EnduroCross crown this year. Webb and Haaker are far from 2018’s only contenders: SRT’s Trystan Hart was 2017’s runner-up, Ty Tremaine finished the series third in 2016 and 2017, and this year will be riding an Alta Motors Electric motorcycle. Other competitors to watch include Noah Kepple, sponsored by GasGas, and Cooper Abbott, son of off-road legend Destry. Fans can’t forget SRT’s Kyle Redmond, Cory Graffunder, GasGas’ Geoff Aaron and Beta’s Max Gerston. Round two will take place in conjunction with the widely popular Sand Sports Super Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Costa Mesa, California. Two great events at one venue will make for one epic action sports weekend for fans. Round three will be held at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center in Nevada, another strong off-road motorcycle and powersports community along the tour. This event attracted a strong crowd as a first-time race last season. The National Western Events Center in Denver, Colorado will host round four. This arena has been part of the series since 2007 and is a favorite among the riders. The series will travel to the Pacific Northwest for round five. The XFINITY Arena in Everett, Washington is known for its soft soil, creating an even more challenging and exciting course. This event has been a consistent sell-out for years. For the first time, the season will wrap up in Nampa, Idaho, just outside of Boise. The Ford Idaho Center’s huge arena floor will make for a great course to decide the championships. In addition to the Super EnduroCross (Pro) class, the EnduroCross series will again include Open Amateur, Vet 35+, TrialsCross and Women’s classes. The main events for each of the classes will compete during the evening performance when the stands are packed with fans. 2018 AMA EnduroCross Championship Schedule August 25, 2018 - Prescott Valley, AZ - Prescott Valley Event Center September 15, 2018 - Costa Mesa, CA - Racetrack at OC Fairgrounds September 22, 2018 - Reno, NV - Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center October 20, 2018 - Denver, CO - National Western Events Center October 27, 2018 - Everett, WA - XFINITY Arena November 3, 3018 - Nampa, ID - Ford Idaho Center *Subject to Change Visit www.endurocross.com for more information and the latest news Cody Webb will replace his number 2 with a number 1 for 2018 and will aim to earn his fourth EnduroCross Championship. Photography: Tanner Yeager Colton Haaker started 2017 with a win but then an injury ruined any chance of defending his #1 plate. He will be back to battle Webb again in 2018. Photography: Tanner Yeager
  19. Fantic isnt a big name in racing lately, but they might be soon ! Interesting story, and all the people involved that have been developing world class racing products in a variety of different classes. https://motocrossactionmag.com/amp/fantic-gets-a-boost-from-yamaha-2020-japan-italy-connection/
  20. https://dirtbikenews.ca/taddy-blazusiak-to-ride-for-gas-gas/ I heard it's for sure.
  21. Anyone know if spectators can still get in during the day to watch qualifying? Last time we went, that was free, then they'd clear the building around 4:30 for the night show, and your ticket got you in for that around 6:30 Pm. Pretty sure I'd read a few years ago that they'd changed the daytime aspect. Anyone know??? Thanks
  22. TULSA, OK (June 12, 2020) – The EnduroCross team is evaluating all options to organize a six race AMA championship series for 2020. The priority is the health and safety of the riders, fans and support staff involved with racing and putting on the events. The team is working with the various venues and assessing the federal, state and local guidelines, which varies by location, to determine the possibilities for hosting EnduroCross events. The goal is to have multiple locations with at least some fans in attendance but if that is not possible, options for multiple events at one or more locations are being considered. The series will run in the traditional time period of late-August to mid-November. Colton Haaker won his third AMA EnduroCross championship in 2019 and will be back to defend the title in 2020. Photo: Jack Jaxon Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker is returning to defend his championship and Cody Webb has joined the FactoryOne Sherco team to try to get another title of his own. Each of them has won three championships and is aiming for a fourth. Colton Haaker (center), Taddy Blazusiak (left) and Trystan Hart finished first, second and third respectively in the 2019 championship. Photo: Jack Jaxon Canadian Trystan Hart has closed the gap on the two top EnduroCross racers and will be looking to take his first title on the RPM KTM. The Beta Factory team will also have a strong team consisting of Max Gerston and Chile’s Benjamin Herrera. Five-time champion Taddy Blazusiak is hoping to participate if he can make it work around other racing commitments in Europe. Add in exciting riders like Cory Graffunder, Noah Kepple, Ty Cullins (the defending EnduroCross Junior champion for riders 21 and under) and Cooper Abbott and this should prove to be a very exciting season to watch.
  23. The Colton and Cody show... holy hell these guys are out for blood this year. Colton with the aggressive pass in the heat race. Then Cody returned the favor in their bracket race. Colton getting Booed pretty much the whole entire race... LOL Awesome seeing Destry Abbott race and looking healthy.
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