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Webb 2017 champion!

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Cody Webb

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Ty Tremaine

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Cory Graffunder

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Kyle Redmond

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Noah Kepple

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Mason Ottersberg

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Trystan Hart

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Joan Segura

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Ty Cullins

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Geoff Aaron

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GRAHAM JARVIS FINISHES THIRD AT ROOF OF AFRICA 2017
ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S HARD ENDURO STAR ENDS 2017 SEASON WITH PODIUM RESULT
Bringing his 2017 Hard Enduro season to a highly-positive close, Graham Jarvis has placed third overall at the 50th running of the Roof of Africa event in Lesotho, southern Africa. With the traditional Round the Houses race and 40-kilometre time trial kicking things off at the three-day long event, Jarvis completed a strong opening day. Roof of Africa winner in 2016, in placing fourth Jarvis ensured a positive start in his bid for a fifth event win. Day two €the first full offroad day of the race €“ saw Graham place third. Completing a largely mistake free day, he finished 10-minutes down on winner Wade Young. Hoping that the third and final day would deliver increasingly technical trails, Jarvis was again unable to match the pace of the young South African riders ahead of him. With the faster terrain better suited to his younger rivals Graham nevertheless gave his all to successfully complete the final day and in doing so end what has been another hugely successful season with yet another well-deserved podium result. Graham Jarvis: The 50th Roof of Africa’s been a great event. It wasn’t to be for me and a fifth win, but I’m still pleased with a podium result. Things weren’t quite as tough I’d hoped they’d be, but it’s still been great to end the year with a strong result. I’m happy enough with the way the first day went - I knew the riding would be fast, it always is on day one. Things were pretty fast throughout day two, and similar again on the third and last day. I didn't do too much wrong really on either day, it’s just Wade and Travis were faster. Ten minutes behind with one day to go wasn’t ideal, but like I said I found it hard to go fast where the grass was long and there was no clear track to follow. It’s been a long, tough season, but it’s been a good one.€
Results 2017 Roof of Africa: 1. Wade Young (Sherco) 2. Travis Teasdale (KTM) 10:52:34 3. Graham Jarvis (Husqvarna) 11:04:06

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Wade Young

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Travis Teasdale

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Graham Jarvis

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Blake Gutzeit

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Alfredo Gomez

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Manuel Lettenbichler

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Scott Bouverie

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Mario Roman

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Andreas Lettenbichler

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David Cyprian

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ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S JACOB ARGUBRIGHT FINISHES 2 ND AT NHHA FINAL ROUND

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The AMA National Hare & Hound series concluded this weekend in Barstow, California. Checkers MC hosted an 80-mile race across very dry and rocky terrain. There was not much wind, so the two loop course was hard to see as dust settled. At the drop of the banner Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jacob Argubright, took off and rounded out the top three by the end of the bomb run. Geared towards taking the lead, he pushed his FX 450 and rode hard, ending the first loop in third, five seconds off of second place. As the more technical lap two commenced, Argubright aggressively charged forward and made the pass for second position, with his sights on the lead. He pushed hard to close the lead gap and came within 10 seconds before the race finished. Argubright would finish second for the day and fourth in points for the 2017 Pro season. Argubright stated, “I felt really good today and came into the race focused on simply finishing; especially after I DNF’d the last round from a crash. I rode smooth and effortlessly to the podium, and am pleased with my performance in general. I can’t thank the Rockstar Energy Huqvarna Factory Racing team and all of my sponsors enough for a great season. I am looking forward to hitting 2018 at full speed.” NHHA Round 9 Results: 1. Taylor Robert (KTM) a_SuperB_logo 2. Jacob Argubright (HUS) a_SuperB_logo 3. Gary Sutherlin (YAM).  NHHA OVERALL POINTS 2017: 1. Gary Sutherlin (YAM) 215 2. Taylor Robert (KTM) 184 3. Axel Pearson (YAM) 155 4. Jacob Argubright (HUS) 144

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Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/Husqvarna Team Report: Big Buck Full Gas Sprint Enduro

 After ten months of travelling from the Midwest to East Coast in pursuit of the top tier off-road racing series, the Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/Husqvarna team concluded their 2017 season this past weekend, November 11 and 12. The Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro (FGSE) series, presented by PRI Powersports Insurance, season finale in Union, South Carolina boasted chilly conditions a small rain shower on Saturday, but the Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/Husqvarna team brought the heat to the Big Buck Sprint Enduro. Tayla Jones capped off her championship season with another Women’s Pro class win two minutes ahead of second place. Jones won 12 out of 12 tests aboard her Husqvarna TC 125, and placed 18th overall. It was good to end the season on a high with another win in the Full Gas series,€ said Women’s Pro FGSE Champion, Tayla Jones. The tracks were challenging, but at the same time a lot of fun, and the little 125 was awesome as usual!"

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Trevor Stewart (HONDA CRF450RX) Wins the 2017 Elsinore Grand Prix 


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Sprint Enduro, Union, SC

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Ryan Sipes

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Steward Baylor

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Evan Smith

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Cory Buttrick

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Jordan Ashburn

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Russell Bobbitt

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Ben Kelley

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Cole Mattison

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Billy Schlag

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Zac Brown

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The rumours have been persistent since July and now it is official;  Christophe NAMBOTIN (F) will be back with Gas Gas in 2018!  More

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The Kenda AMA National Enduro Series (NEPG) came to a close this past weekend, November 5, in Stanton, Alabama. The season finale Gobbler Getter NEPG boasted a large rider turnout with ideal racing temperatures. The rain from earlier in the week set up the six-test course, made up of extremely right terrain, for a great race.  Grant Baylor was locked into third heading into the last round and decided to set out and undergo surgery for a lingering shoulder issue to give him extra time to heal. Grant was still in attendance this weekend supporting his teammates along with his brother Stu, who brought home the 2017 title. It’s been 17 years racing without surgeries, but I finally had to get it done,” said Baylor. I have been dealing with a bum shoulder that dislocated all the time for almost two years now. My doctor was able to move some bones around and add a few screws so that I will be 100% ready to come back swinging in 2018. It’s going to be a long road to recovery, but we will be ready. Thanks for all my support, friends and family for helping me through this tough time.€


USA National Enduro, Alabama

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Steward Baylor

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Thad Duvall

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Evan Smith

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Russell Bobbitt

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Cory Buttrick

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Jesse Groemm

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Ben Kelley

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Zack Hayes

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Thorn Devlin

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Ron Commo

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Steward Baylor wins 2017 Championship!

 


grant22Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/Husqvarna Team Report: Ironman GNCC  The 2017 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country series came to a close this past weekend, October 29, with the popular Ironman GNCC in Crawfordsville, Indiana. The 23rd annual event boasted the largest rider turnout of the season along with the chilliest temperatures of the year, but it didn’t stop the Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/Husqvarna team from coming out swinging at the season finale.  Grant Baylor finished just off the overall podium in fourth, after starting the first lap in seventh. Baylor had a successful season where he never finished outside of the top-ten, and even won the John Penton GNCC! Baylor’s consistent results leaves him ranked fifth overall heading into the 2018 season. The newly crowned WXC champion, Tayla Jones, ended her GNCC season in the XC3 class as well. Jones beat out many of the big names in the class and stayed on the lead lap, placing sixth.  After struggling with strep throat, bronchitis and a sinus infection, Hunter Neuwirth lined up in the FMF XC3 125 Pro-Am class not sure what to expect. Neuwirth powered through and ended up landing his sixth podium finish of the year with third; he also finished the season ranked second!

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Coastal Racing/Husqvarna Team Report Ironman GNCC: Ryan Sipes didn't get a good jump off the line and as he came around the first turn he hit a downed rider and flew over the bars and onto the ground. Sipes quickly remounted and charged ahead on the opening lap to bring himself from last place all the way up to 3rd before the lap was over. The Kentucky native engaged in battle for the 3rd place position with the leaders in sight but a series of mistakes caused him to drop back and eventually pull off due to the aftermath of his crash on the opening lap. "Ironman GNCC Is one of my favorite races all year, it's the best track we have and I've done really well here in the past so I really wanted to do well again this weekend," Sipes said. "I started to feel pretty bad and dizzy on the third lap so I'm thinking it was something to do with hitting my head in the beginning. I'm not happy that I had to pull off but it was the right decision to make. It's been a really up and down year and it's been tough but I'm just going to try to get better through the offseason and come back next year and be more consistent, be on the podium and stay off the ground. Huge thanks goes out to all of my sponsors that have stuck behind me, I couldn't do it without them!"   

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JORDAN ASHBURN FINISHES 8TH OVERALL IN THE GNCC SERIES. The last race of the GNCC series took place last weekend in Crawfordsville, IN. This 13 race series ended with a bang as racers competed for final positioning. The weather at the event was cold and wet, which provided optimum traction for riders in some areas of the course. However, some steep hill climb sections became a problem as riders fought to find traction. Jordan Ashburn ended the day in 8th place aboard his Beta 300 RR, which put him in 9th place overall for the XC1 class.


 

 

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