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  1. Congrats to the new Champ !! I did feel bad for Taddy the way it all went down... Race Highlights.
  2. jetfuel

    Idaho Endurocross RD 6

    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. Looking for something awesome to do this weekend? After you're done riding, hit the Endurocross race in Prescott! Here's the press release: 2018 AMA EnduroCross Series Kicks Off This Weekend in Arizona New venues, revised racing format and beIN Sports TV coverage IRVINE, CALIF. (August 22, 2018) – The 2018 AMA EnduroCross series is ready to kick off this coming weekend in Prescott Valley, Arizona. FMF KTM’s Cody Webb, the defending champion will be back to defend his number one plate and Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker, the 2016 champion, will likely be his primary challenger. Sparks often fly when these two engage on the track as they both want the same number one plate. Between them, they have won the last three AMA EnduroCross championships and last two FIM Super Enduro World championships, so they are arguably the two best indoor off-road racers in the world. Although Webb and Haaker are heavy favorites, there is a strong contingent of veteran and young talent aiming to upset that dominance. SRT-Husqvarna’s Trystan Hart proved a quick study last year as he had several podium finishes, won the Junior Championship for riders twenty-one and under and finished second to Webb in the title chase. And multi-time Junior Champion Ty Tremaine finished third in the championship for the second year in a row and will now be competing on an Alta Redshift MX Electric bike. Other youngsters to watch include GasGas backed Noah Kepple, who has had several top-five finishes and Cooper Abbott, who finished the season in the top ten in 2017 and has joined the RPM KTM team for 2018. As for the veterans, Kyle Redmond has multiple podium finishes to his credit and wants to get his first win. Beta USA has two strong contenders with Max Gerston and Mason Ottersberg flying the Italian brand colors. And the ageless Geoff Aaron, a multi-time main event winner will be back for another year on his GasGas. And Wild Wally Palmer is always a crowd favorite no matter where he finishes. There will be a few tweaks to the evening racing format to keep things exciting. The pro class will go back to two heats (each with a bonus point on the line) and a single LCQ qualification process and the riders will now be required to use the “No Joke Lane” one time during the heat and LCQ rather than just during the main event. The head-to-head bracket racing will be back, now with just the top 8 riders, to determine the first gate pick and earn a bonus championship point. The evening show will still include support classes for the Amateur, Vet 35+, Women, and TrialsCross classes. These provide opportunities for all riders to compete and they put on a great show for the fans. And if you can’t make it in person, all six events will have TV coverage on beIN Sports. The shows will air on the Thursday following each event at 9 pm EST. Check www.beinsports.com for info. Riders can sign up here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/ Mark your calendars to see one of these events in person and get tickets here: https://www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets 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 - Angel Of The Winds Arena November 3, 3018 - Nampa, ID - Ford Idaho Center *Subject to Change
  4. Top WORCS/NHHA and GNCC riders crossing over for the finals IRVINE, CALIF. (November 17, 2017) – Gary Sutherlin, the 2017 WORCS and National Hare & Hound champion and Jordan Ashburn, one of the top GNCC racers will both cross over to test their skills at EnduroCross this coming weekend. The final round of the EnduroCross series will take place in Ontario, California this Saturday, November 18th and these two riders will jump into the deep end of Super EnduroCross class. Sutherlin, a Montana native that now lives in California, has had a great season already with two major championships. He was a regular EnduroCross rider for several years before changing his focus to chase other championships. The Purvines / DA8 Yamaha rider has had little time to practice EnduroCross, so he will be digging deep into his memory bank to shoot for a good result in Ontario. Ashburn is a Tennessee native who has raced the GNCC series for several years. With the support of Beta USA, Ashburn put in several top five GNCC XC1 class finishes in 2017. He also took multiple wins in the Full Gas Sprint Enduro series and finished second in the championship. This will be Ashburn’s second ever EnduroCross race, but he is motivated to learn quickly and earn a spot in the Super EnduroCross main event. These two riders will join a stacked field of EnduroCross regulars that always put on a great show. The pits are open to the public all day and there will be a Pit Party starting at 5:00 pm. You can get up close to meet the riders and see their bikes. Opening ceremonies will start at 7:30 pm. The Ontario EnduroCross will also include a Friday night Destry Abbott, DA8 training session 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 class is open to all riders (even those not competing at the Ontario event). For the $100 entry fee, you will learn how to tackle the difficult obstacles found on tough trails and EnduroCross tracks. This will be limited to the first 20 entries, so get your entry in before it sells out. EnduroCross has a class for everyone with 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. If you want to give it a shot yourself, now is the time to sign up. Riders can enter to race and/or the Destry Abbott training session here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/ Tickets are available here: www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets 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. Gary Sutherlin won both the AMA National Hare & Hound and WORCS championships on his Purvines DA8 Yamaha in 2017. He will be at the EnduroCross finals this weekend to see how he stacks up against the top indoor off-road racers. Jordan Ashburn has had a solid season on his Factory Beta in 2017. The Tennessee native will be at the EnduroCross finals this weekend looking for a good result.
  5. OscarFox

    endurocross Endurocross Coverage

    Haven't seen anything about a live stream or post race highlights? Anybody got some insight, or is interest really that low? Seemed like a good crowd in AZ this past weekend
  6. An exciting new enduro championship called World Enduro Super Series had just been launched and in 2018 it’s bringing together all forms of enduro from Classic Enduro, Hard Enduro, Beach Races to Cross Country racing. The 2018 series exists of 8 rounds: ● Extreme XL Lagares (P'gal) completed ● ErzbergRodeo (Austria) completed ● Trefle Lozerien (France) completed ● Red Bull Romaniacs (Romania) completed ● Red Bull 111 Megawatt (Poland) 8 sept 2018 ● Hawkstone Park Cross Country (UK) 22 sept 2018 ● Gotland Grand National (Sweden) 26 oct 2018 ● Red Bull Knock Out (The Netherlands) 10 nov 2018 Welcome to the World Enduro Super Series.
  7. Championship winning brand back for more indoor off-road racing Cody Webb (2) and Colton Haaker (1) both use FMF exhaust and have won the last four EnduroCross championships (Webb in 2014, 2015 and 2017 and Haaker in 2016). The sparks will fly again when the 2018 series kicks off on August 25th in Arizona. IRVINE, CALIF. (July 10, 2018) – FMF Racing is heavily involved with all forms of off-road motorcycle racing and will return as the official exhaust of AMA EnduroCross for 2018. The last four EnduroCross championships have been won with FMF exhaust and Cody Webb and Colton Haaker will be the championship favorites for 2018 with their FMF equipped bikes. The series will kick off in Prescott Valley, Arizona on Saturday, August 25th. You can learn more about FMF Racing here: www.fmfracing.com 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 these classes compete in front of packed stadiums during the night show, providing exciting action for the fans and an opportunity for everybody to compete. All the support classes include their own championship points series, as well. Riders can sign up here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/ Mark your calendars to see one of these events in person and get tickets here: https://www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets 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.
  8. Some highlights from RD1 , Taddy is still quite formidable.. RD2 Germany is this weekend ... Go Cody Prestige Class — Overall 1. Taddy Blazusiak (POL), KTM, 54 points 2. Cody Webb (USA), KTM, 52 pts 3. Colton Haaker (USA), Husqvarna, 49 pts 4. Alfredo Gomez (ESP), Husqvarna, 46 pts 5. Kevin Gallas (DEU), Husqvarna, 28 pts
  9. motoxgiant

    Phoenix EnduroX

    Ty Cullins just handled the rest of the LCQ field to make it into the main. I love live-streamed events ... Go Morgan ...
  10. 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
  11. 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.
  12. Bryan Bosch

    endurocross Denver Enduro Cross Results

    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/
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. Bryan Bosch

    endurocross Everett Endurocross Results

    Webb Takes Everett EnduroCross Win EVERETT, WA – October 15, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Cody Webb took his third straight main event win at the Rekluse Clutch EnduroCross in Everett, Washington. The FMF KTM rider took over the lead on the third lap and held a comfortable margin to the end. SRT Offroad backed Trystan Hart finished a strong second to back up his round one podium and fourth consecutive top five. Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker had a tough main event with a costly crash on lap one but managed to come back to finish third. The top thirteen Super EnduroCross riders earned their way into the gate pick qualifier and Haaker took the win to earn a bonus point. He had a back and forth battle with Webb and just when it appeared that Webb was going to take the top spot, he went down in the river rock section to allow Haaker to take over the lead and win. The bracket race groups the top 12 riders into single lap head to head battles until the final two riders face off. For the fourth consecutive race, Webb and Haaker faced off in the final. Haaker got the jump on the start but Webb made an aggressive pass in the rock pile to take over the lead and held Haaker off to the finish. This gave Webb a bonus point to offset the one Haaker got in the qualifier. The start of the main event was chaotic as Haaker did a nose wheelie into the first turn when he locked bars with another rider. Hart came out of turn one with the lead ahead of Spain’s Joan Pau Segura and Webb. Haaker’s bad start put him deep into the pack and then he crashed in the wood pit on lap one to drop to the back of the fifteen-rider field. Hart led the first lap and then Webb worked his way past both Segura and Hart on lap three to take the lead. Webb and Hart both took the joker lane early in the race and held onto the top two spots. This allowed Webb to ride off to his third win in four races. Hart held second until Haaker passed him on lap eleven but Haaker had not yet taken the joker lane setting up a tense final three laps. Haaker waited until the final lap to take the joker lane and Hart stayed close enough to take second back on the final turn. Cory Graffunder put in his best result of the season to take fourth position despite sitting in fourteenth at the end of lap one. The tall Canadian thrives on tough tracks and this one fit the bill. Ty Tremaine rounded out the top five on his RPM KTM and he too had to recover from a bad first lap that saw him in 11th. Beta’s Max Gerston finished sixth while riding with some injuries sustained in a crash just four weeks before. Cooper Abbott rode his Purvines DA8 Yamaha to seventh. A crash pushed him back from a battle for fifth. Kyle Redmond rode his SRT Husqvarna to eighth. GasGas backed Noah Kepple finished ninth after a terrible start. Wally Palmer rounded out the top ten on his SRT backed KTM. Ty Cullins, Tyler Kinkade, Cody Miller, Quinn Wentzel and Segura finished 11th to 15th respectively. Segura rode in third for half the race and looked solid until he broke a chain. Cody Webb rode his FMF KTM to his third straight EnduroCross main event win of the season. Photography: Tanner Yeager Cody Webb: “I struggled with my starts all day today and my face was riding Colton’s rear tire going into the first turn, I am not sure if we locked bars but he was doing a stopie,” Webb said. “I tried to put in strong laps because I did not know what was going on with Colton and I know he rides strong all the way to end. It is great to get another win.” Trystan Hart had another great ride to take a career best second in Everett. Photography: Tanner Yeager Trystan Hart: “This is kind of my home race since it is closest to my house in Canada,” Hart said. “It was so great to have so many of those fans and family come down here to cheer me on. And I got the holeshot and led for a little bit. I knew that Colton had not taken the joker lane yet when he passed me so I stayed as close as possible and got him back on the last lap.” Colton Haaker had a tough first lap but recovered to take third in Everett. Photography: Tanner Yeager Colton Haaker: “I was down in the firewood section and stuck in somebody’s bike,” Haaker said. “I got a good start and when I put the brakes on I hooked handlebars with somebody and that put me into a nose wheelie. I rode the best I could and it wouldn’t have mattered (if I took the joker lane earlier), that what happens when you have to pass that many riders.” 2017 Everett AMA EnduroCross main event results Cody Webb, KTM Trystan Hart, Husqvarna Colton Haaker, Husqvarna Cory Graffunder, Husqvarna Ty Tremaine, KTM Max Gerston, Beta Cooper Abbott, Yamaha Kyle Redmond, Husqvarna Noah Kepple, GasGas Wally Palmer, KTM Ty Cullins, Beta Tyler Kinkade, KTM Cody Miller, Kawasaki Quinn Wentzel, Husqvarna Joan Pau Segura, GasGas Webb opened a ten-point lead over Haaker (101 to 91) with three events remaining. Hart holds third with 78, Redmond is fourth with 69 and Tremaine is fifth with 66 points. Canada’s Shelby Turner took her third win of the season in the Women’s class. This was perhaps her easiest win yet as she led every lap despite one tip over in one of the tricky rock turns. Beta’s Morgan Tanke came out on top of a great battle with KTM’s Kacy Martinez to take second. Martinez had crashed on lap one and recovered to nearly take second. Shelby Turner (center), Morgan Tanke (right) and Kacy Martinez (left) earned the Women’s class podium potions on the tough Reno course. Photography: Tanner Yeager Destry Abbott took another Vet class win on his Purvines, DA8 Yamaha. Canadian Stephen Foord finished second on his Beta and local rider Bill Baldwin rounded out the podium on his KTM. Joel Tonsgard, another Washington local took the Open Amateur main event win on his Beta. Shane Culbertson rode a solid race to take second on his Husqvarna and Kevin Dupuis rounded out the podium on his Husqvarna. In the Amateur B class, Ryan Middleton took the win on his Kawasaki. Max rokosh (Yamaha) and Nick Buechler (KTM) rounded out the podium. Anthony Johnson took another TrialsCross main event win. Jake Lackie and Ronald Ringuette, both Washington residents rounded out the podium. Complete results can be found here: http://endurocross.escoremx.com/class.asp?s=&c=&e=85 You can watch the entire night show on the www.endurocross.com website. Round five of the 2017 EnduroCross series will move on to Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday, October 28th. 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/
  16. This race looked a lot like how the SX season is going !! WOW!!
  17. 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
  18. Seven events with opening round in Las Vegas on August 19th IRVINE, CA – April 3, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The 2017 AMA EnduroCross Series dates have all been confirmed with a seven round series set to kick off on August 19th inside the Orleans Arena. After the recent acquisition by Bonnier Motorcycle Group, the first order of business was getting the agreements finalized with each of the arenas. Those agreement are now in place and plans are ramping up for some additional exciting enhancements to the race format. Colton Haaker (10) managed to wrestle the 2016 AMA EnduroCross title away from Cody Webb (1) in. Both will be looking forward to resuming their battle in 2017. Photo: Adam Booth The opening round will be back at the venue where the first AMA EnduroCross event took place in 2004, the Orleans Arena. For the first time since that first race, Las Vegas was not part of the 2016 championship due to schedule conflicts so the series regulars are looking forward to being back in Vegas. Round two will see a first time visit to Reno, Nevada. The large floor of the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center will allow for an awesome track and there are plenty of materials to create challenging obstacles. Denver, Colorado will host round three of the series. This venue has hosted the second most EnduroCross events over the years as it was added to the schedule in 2007, the first year of a multi-round series for AMA EnduroCross. Round four will visit the XFINITY Arena in Everett, Washington. This venue has always proven to be extremely popular with a packed house and is known for slippery logs and wet dirt. For round five, the EnduroCross series will visit Scottsdale, Arizona for the second year. The arena was packed for the first ever event last year with fans cheering on many of the series regulars that call Arizona home. The Ford Idaho Center will host the penultimate round of the series and this venue is known for some of the largest logs and rock sections that challenge even the best riders. This has made for spectacular action and unpredictable racing over the years. Finally, the 2017 series will conclude inside the Citizens Business Bank Arena, in Ontario, California. Ontario has hosted the final round for the last three seasons now and attracts a lot of the motorcycle industry professionals looking to see the champions crowned. Look for more news on some enhancements to the race format in the coming weeks. 2017 AMA EnduroCross Championship Schedule Date - Location - Arena Aug. 19, 2017 Las Vegas, NVOrleans Arena Sept. 23, 2017 Reno, NVReno-Sparks Livestock Events Center Sept. 30, 2017 Denver, CONational Western Events Center Oct. 14, 2017 Everett, WAXFINITY Arena Oct. 28, 2017 Scottsdale, AZWestWorld Nov. 4, 2017Boise, ID Ford Idaho Center Nov. 18, 2017Ontario, CA Citizens Business Bank Arena *Subject to Change About Bonnier Corporation Bonnier Corporation is one of the largest special-interest publishing groups in the United States, with more than 30 multichannel brands extending into all platforms including magazines, digital media, books, events and product licensing. Bonnier Corp.’s brands include Popular Science, Saveur, Field & Stream, Popular Photography, Destination Weddings & Honeymoons, Cycle World, Working Mother and Outdoor Life. Bonnier Corp. is owned by Sweden-based Bonnier AB, a multichannel media conglomerate operating in 15 countries. Source: Bonnier Corporation
  19. Bryan Bosch

    Scottsdale EnduroCross Results

    Cody Webb Takes Scottsdale EnduroCross Win Hart and Tremaine round out podium SCOTTSDALE, AZ. (October 28, 2017) – Cody Webb kept his hot streak alive, taking his fourth straight win at the Law Tigers Scottsdale EnduroCross. The FMF KTM rider had a perfect night, winning the qualifier, bracket race and main event for maximum points. Trystan Hart put in another solid ride for his second consecutive runner up finish on his SRT Husqvarna. FMF Maxxis KTM’s Ty Tremaine rounded out the podium. Webb took the win in the Super EnduroCross gate pick qualifier to get the night show started off right. His only problem was that he smashed his fingers on a course marker and was concerned about how that might affect his grip as the night wore on. The SRT Racing backed trio of Kyle Redmond, Cory Graffunder and Hart finished second, third and fourth respectively. In addition to the main event gate picks, this race sets the match ups for the bracket races. The top 12 riders face off in the single lap brackets races and the crowd was treated to a great show in the second round when Hart beat Webb to the first turn and the two battled all the way to the finish with Webb making contact to push Hart out and take the win. That put Webb in the final against Redmond and Webb, again, took the win for his second bonus point of the evening. The short start straight made for a hectic first turn and Webb came away with the lead. He was closely followed by Hart and those two had a race of their own for the win. Hart kept Webb honest for most of the main but started to lose touch and ultimately finished nineteen seconds behind Webb. For Webb, it was his fourth straight win and he opened a large lead in the championship due to Colton Haaker missing the Scottsdale event due to injury. For Hart, this was his third podium in five races and he took over second from the absent Haaker. The battle for third was intense as Redmond held the spot early but he was passed by a charging Tremaine on lap three. Tremaine finished lap one in seventh, so his podium finish was an impressive result. Redmond held on for fourth and Graffunder put in a good ride to round out the top five. Spain’s Joan Pau Segura rode his GasGas to sixth position. Fellow GasGas rider, Noah Kepple, moved to seventh after completing lap one in eleventh position. A broken foot peg in the qualifier race put him on row two for the main event. Beta’s Max Gerston and Ty Cullins finished in eighth and ninth. Cooper Abbott rounded out the top ten on his Purvines DA8 Yamaha. Eric Rhoten, Spenser Wilton, Wally Palmer, Quinn Wentzel and Geoff Aaron rounded out the main event finishers in 11th to 15th respectively. Cody Webb: Regarding Colton Haaker missing this race and likely the rest of the season, Webb had this to say. “No, I still want to charge hard and it is a bummer Colton could not be here because we were putting on a good show for the fans.” He continued by saying, “In the main, I really wanted to sprint right away but then Hart kept holding the gap the same, so everyone is stepping it up.” Trystan Hart: “I really wanted to get second since the last race was a big confidence boost,” Hart said. “I didn’t get the greatest start but tucked into inside in the first two turns and came out with second. I could see that Ty was staying close the whole way and I’m just happy that I was able to get back up here for second again.” Ty Tremaine: “I had a bad start, mid pack and just put my head down and fought for it on those first few laps,” Tremaine said. “I tried to chase Trystan down but he was riding really good. I have been working really hard and I am really happy with third.” 2017 Scottsdale AMA EnduroCross main event results Cody Webb, KTM Trystan Hart, Husqvarna Ty Tremaine, KTM Kyle Redmond, Husqvarna Cory Graffunder, Husqvarna Joan Pau Segura, GasGas Noah Kepple, GasGas Max Gerston, Beta Ty Cullins, Beta Cooper Abbott, Yamaha Eric Rhoten, Yamaha Spenser Wilton, Honda Wally Palmer, KTM Quinn Wentzel, Husqvarna Geoff Aaron, GasGas Webb now has a 28-point lead over Hart, who took over second from Haaker. Haaker held onto third but will likely miss the remainder of the season. Redmond and Tremaine round out the top five. Shelby Turner took her fourth win of the season in the Women’s main event on her KTM. The defending women’s EnduroCross champion finished ahead of Beta’s Morgan Tanke and KTM’s Kacy Martinez. Destry Abbott, an Arizona native, took another Vet class win on his Purvines DA8 Yamaha. David Stirm rode his Husqvarna to another solid second place and Jason Gitchel finished a close third on his KTM. Josh Greco took his first ever Open Amateur class win on a KTM. Kevin Dupuis finished second on his Husqvarna and Zane Roberts rounded out the podium on a Kawasaki. In the Amateur B class, Shelby Turner took the win prior to taking the Women’s class win later in the evening. Alec Peronnard (Kawasaki) and Noah Tidball (Yamaha) rounded out the podium. Brian Stull took the TrialsCross main event win. Cole Cherick and Shaun Stuck took second and third respectively. Complete results can be found here: http://endurocross.escoremx.com/class.asp?s=&c=&e=87 You can watch the entire night show on the www.endurocross.com website. Round six of the 2017 EnduroCross series will take place inside the Ford Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho on Saturday, November 4th. 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/ 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. Cody Webb took his fourth straight EnduroCross main event win on his FMF KTM. Photography: Tanner Yeager Trystan Hart matched his best ever finish with another second and took over second in points. Photography: Tanner Yeager Ty Tremaine passed several riders to take the final podium spot in Scottsdale. Photography: Tanner Yeager Webb (center), Hart (left) and Tremaine took the Scottsdale Podium. Photography: Tanner Yeager Shelby Turner (center), Morgan Tanke (right) and Kacy Martinez (left) shared the podium again in Scottsdale. Photography: Tanner Yeager
  20. Andrew Graham

    Vancouver island EnduroX

    June 11 and sept 3 are our dates for the 3rd season of the premier EnduroX race in western Canada . Open to all who make the trek west , our format makes it accessible to all ability levels with a heat race points system to qualify you for A-B or C main events . Minimum payout in the A main event will be $500 to win , $300 second and $200 third . Last year had Betas Steven Foord held off local Beta rider Al Wilson for the top spot , The season before had Canadian trials champ and Husqvarna mounted Thomas Cordner handily win the series . Who's going to challenge this year ? VI EnduroX , where we RACE over terrain most are happy to RIDE over
  21. shotgunscott

    GHORV RV Challenge Series

    Fall 3 race offroad series at GHORV that is suitable for all skill levels. We will offer a Long Course, Short Course and Kids Course all designed for the skill level. Round 1 starts next Sunday October 8th. Long course is a 7.2 mile loop, Short Course is 6.4 mile loop, Kids 9-12 is 1.5 mile, and 8 and under is .7 hope to see you there.
  22. 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.
  23. EnduroCross Round Three Aiming for Denver Action packed indoor off-road racing coming to the mile-high city IRVINE, CALIF. (September 27, 2017) – Round three of the 2017 AMA EnduroCross series will be in Denver this weekend. The National Western Complex is one of the favorite stops on the tour with the riders as the large floor and good dirt make for a challenging and fun track. FMF KTM’s Cody Webb and Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker are locked in a fierce battle for the championship lead. Haaker took the round one win in Las Vegas a few weeks back and then Webb fired back to take the round two win in in Reno this past weekend. Webb holds a small two-point lead over Haaker as they head into Denver and the two rivals have been very aggressive so far with each rider hitting the ground a few times after contact. So be ready for more fireworks between these two this weekend. Webb and Haaker are the current top dogs but there are several other riders sticking their noses into the battle for the podium spots. SRT backed Kyle Redmond, an EnduroCross veteran, led most of the race in Reno and finished second, just ahead of Haaker. And Redmond’s young teammate, Trystan Hart, has a third and fourth place finish so far in 2017. Add in RPM KTM’s Ty Tremaine, GasGas backed Noah Kepple and Geoff Aaron and Purvines Yamaha’s Cooper Abbott and you have a recipe for some exciting racing. Don’t miss it! 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. Racers can enter here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/ Denver EnduroCross tickets are available at the following local dealers as well as on www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets. Sun Enterprises: www.sunent.com Fay Myers Motorcycle World: www.faymyers.com Rocky Mountain Kawasaki: www.rockymountainkawasaki.com MotoAdventure: www.motoadventure.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.
  24. EnduroCross Roars into Boise for Penultimate Round Idaho welcoming the most exciting racing on two wheels IRVINE, CALIF. (November 2, 2017) – The Ford Idaho Center, which is in Nampa, just a little west of downtown Boise, will host round six of the 2017 EnduroCross series this Saturday, November 4th. Fastway by Pro Moto Billet presents EnduroCross by Rekluse Clutch, which are both local companies that provide the performance products that many of the EnduroCross racers use. Pitting the best off-road motorcycle racers against each other on a track filled with rocks, logs, tractor tires and a pond creates some of the most exciting racing action you will find anywhere. There is no better way to spend a Saturday night with your friends and family. Cody Webb, the FMF KTM Factory rider and two-time EnduroCross champion, will come into the Boise event as the heavy favorite but anything can happen in EnduroCross. Colton Haaker, the defending EnduroCross champion, has unfortunately suffered some injuries and is not expected to participate but there is a long list of riders eager to challenge Webb. Twenty-year-old Trystan Hart has stepped up this season and earned three podiums in five events. The Canadian challenged Webb at the most recent round in Scottsdale and wants to earn his first win. Kyle Redmond has earned several podiums over the years and he, too, is looking for a win. Ty Tremaine, the three-time Junior EnduroCross champion, who is still only twenty-one years old, finished third in the championship in 2017 and looks poised to challenge as well. GasGas backed Noah Kepple, another twenty-one-year-old, also shows amazing skills that could earn him a top spot. And Cooper Abbott, son of off-road motorcycle racing legend Destry Abbott, is quickly becoming one of the stars of EnduroCross. There will be plenty of action in the pro class and there are also classes for Amateur, Vet, Women and TrialsCross riders. The Boise 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 Boise event). For the $100 entry fee, you will learn how to tackle the difficult obstacles found on tough trails and EnduroCross tracks. This will be limited to the first 20 entries so sign up quickly to hold your spot. 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. If you want to give it a shot yourself, now is the time to sign up. Riders can enter to race and/or the Destry Abbott training session here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/ Tickets are available here: www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets 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.
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