KR4 Team Visits Local Georgia School to Present Anti-Bullying Program
SPARTA, GA, March 26, 2017- On Sunday, the forecast for rain held off for the round three of the Amsoil Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series. This made for humid and dusty conditions on the track.
Tayla Jones captured her third consecutive WXC win! Tayla had a small crash on the last lap, but not enough to cause her problems, as shown by her 4 minute gap behind Mullins who was the overall leader. Tayla said on the podium that she's been "trying to take things one race at a time" and so far it seems to be a winning strategy for her.
Tayla Jones WXC 1st Place
Tayla Jones Third Consecutive GNCC WXC Win
Grant Baylor XC1 took off mid-pack and worked his way up into the 5th place position but just could not hold strong in that position toward the last laps and dropped back to land in 8th place. Scott Grills XC1 had mechanical problems and was unable to finish. Jesper Borjesson XC2 broke his hand guard and struggled throughout the race with problems related and finished in 11th place. Hunter Neuwirth XC3 had a season best finish for 4th in that highly competitive class.
Conner Keegan 4-Stroke A Lites had the best race so far this season and captured 2nd place followed by Colin Keegan in 5th place. Hunter Williams 4-Stroke A Lites finished in 8th place followed by Colton Reschke who flew in from Minnesota to experience the KR4 Arrive and Ride program for this race and finished in 16th place.
Hunter Neuwirth XC3 4th Place
Additional KR4 Team Riders Results:
Troy Horbaty 85 7-11 6th
Bill Gold Silver Masters A 55+ 1st place
Grant Baylor XC1 8th
Scott Grills XC1 mechanical problems
Jesper Borjesson XC2 11th
Hunter Neuwirth XC3 4th
Colin Keegan 4-Stroke A Lites 5th
Conner Keegan 4-Stroke A Lites 2nd
Chase Sweda 250B 2nd
Brandon Keegan 200B 5th
Hunter Williams 4-Stroke A Lites 8th
Colton Reschke 4-Stroke A Lites 16th
Brandon Keegan 200B had been suffering from the flu a few days prior which made for a tough race but he finished strong in 5th place. Chase Sweda 250B is doing well for the season and is second in points and continues to chase the championship and finished this race in 2nd place.
Chase Sweda 250B 2nd Place
Grass Roots Riders for the GNCC Race:
Johnny Trump 125 B/C 6th
Ronnie Kosarik Super Mini 14-15 30th
Dylan Kosarik 65 10-11 17th
Some of our KR4 riders visited John Hancock Academy in partnership with the GNCC "On Track" which is an anti-bullying program created to reach kids in schools.
KR4 WXC rider, Tayla Jones, and 250B rider, Chase Sweda, signed autographs and talked with kids after the program at John Hancock Academy in Georgia.
KR4 Performance is a leading professional and amateur race team that participates in the Grand National Cross Country Championships (GNCC), the Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series (FGSE), and the National Enduro Promotions Group (NEPG) Series. KR4's team won the 2016 Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Championship. KR4 Pro Thad Duvall was a member of the historic American ISDE team, which won the 2016 International Six Day Enduro Championship. KR4's solid team structure is made up of former GNCC pros, expert motorcycle mechanics, and industry enthusiasts that are 100% dedicated to helping clients achieve their racing goals. Visit www.
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About the KR4 Arrive-N-Ride Program: KR4 is paving the way for the future of off-road racing with its unparalleled Arrive-n-Ride Program, saving riders time, money, and hassle. For an affordable fee, KR4 can offset the cost of racing and have everything ready for riders on race day. With the KR4 Arrive-N-Ride program, bikes are prepped by the KR4 team before a race and delivered with gear to riders on race day to the location of their choosing. To learn more or sign up for the Arrive-n-Ride Experience, please contact fkeegan@
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About GNCC Racing: The AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis is America's premier off-road racing series. Founded in 1975, the 13-round championship is produced exclusively by Racer Productions. Cross-country racing is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. The grueling three-hour GNCC races lead as many as 2,400 riders through tracks ranging in length from eight to 12 miles. With varied terrain, including hills, woods, mud, dirt, rocks and motocross sections, GNCC events are tests of both survival and speed. The series draws talent from all over the U.S., Central America, South America, Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. GNCC Racing is televised weekly on NBC Sports and RacerTV.com. For more information, please visit www.gnccracing.com.
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