Courtesy of EnduroCross
The 2016 AMA EnduroCross series will start the second half of the
season in Denver this weekend and Colton Haaker holds a small
seven-point lead over Cody Webb. Husqvarna’s Haaker has won three of the
four races so far and looked very strong taking the win in Phoenix last
weekend. KTM’s Webb, the two-time defending champion, has one win, two
seconds and a third so far this season, enough to keep the pressure on
While those two riders have been dominant so far, Husqvarna’s Mike
Brown has been the most consistent among the rest. The ageless Brown had
another strong ride in Phoenix to take fourth, backing up two
consecutive third place finishes in Sioux Falls and Salt Lake City. He
currently holds third in the championship.
Fourth is currently held by RPM KTM’s Ty Tremaine. The
twenty-year-old is getting closer to the podium all the time. Tremaine
also leads the Junior EnduroCross Championship, which is a championship
within a championship for riders twenty-one and under.
Geoff Aaron continues to mix it up at the front on his GasGas and is tied for fifth in the championship with Beta’s Max Gerston.
Seventh is held by Kyle Redmond. The Factory Beta rider has displayed
solid speed this season but struggled with putting together the top
finish he is capable of.
Noah Kepple, another youngster battling for the Junior EnduroCross
Championship, has qualified for all four main events thus far and
finished fifth in Sioux Falls. He is currently tied for eighth with
Canada’s Cory Graffunder. Graffunder thrives on the tough tracks and put
in his best finish of the season so far in Phoenix with a sixth. He has
finished on the podium in the past and is hungry to get back there in
the four races still to come.
Tenth position is another tie between Poland’s Taddy Blazusiak and
young Trystan Hart. Blazusiak opened the season with a third but has
struggled since injuring his thumb at round two. Canada’s Hart, on the
other hand, missed the opening round but has come on strong with sixth,
seventh and fifth place finishes in Sioux Falls, Salt Lake, and Phoenix
respectively. This is another kid to keep your eye on.
This weekend’s Denver event will be held inside the National Western
Events Center on Saturday, October 1st. The Arena is open for free for
the daytime practice and qualification sessions that start at 10:00 am.
Then the Arena opens back up to the public at 6:00 pm with opening
ceremonies at 7:30 pm.Tickets are available at: EnduroCross.com.
You can also get tickets locally at the following Powersports dealers:
Sun Enterprises: sunent.com
Fay Myers Motorcycle World: faymyers.com
Rocky Mountain Kawasaki: rockymountainkawasaki.com
The insane EnduroCross obstacles provide a great show and exciting
racing for race fans. So if you have never been to an AMA EnduroCross in
person, you need to put one on your calendar for 2016.
And 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: tracksideonlineresults.com.
As an added bonus for pre-registering, racers will receive a $10 Gift Card from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
All eight rounds of the 2016 AMA EnduroCross series will air on the
CBS Sports Network for the second consecutive year. For CBS Sports
Network information, please visit cbssportsnetwork.com.
2016 AMA EnduroCross Championship Schedule
Date – Location – Arena / Additional Information
August 27, 2016 – Duluth, Georgia – Infinite Energy Center
September 3, 2016 – Brandon, South Dakota – Badlands Motor Speedway
September 10, 2016 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Vivint Smart Home Arena
September 24, 2016 – Scottsdale, Arizona – WestWorld – Intl Off-Road & UTV Expo
October 1, 2016 – Denver, Colorado – National Western Events Center
October 22, 2016 – Everett, Washington – XFINITY Arena
November 5, 2016 – Nampa, Idaho – Ford Idaho Center
November 18-19, 2016 – Ontario, California – Citizens Business Bank Arena
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