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Red Bull Moto Spy follows Cody Webb at 2017 Tennessee Knockout

The Red Bull Moto Spy crew followed Cody Webb at the 2017 Kenda Tennessee Knockout as he was aiming for his fifth straight TKO win. The FMF KTM Factory Racing rider had to fend off the UK’s Graham Jarvis, the most successful Extreme Enduro racer in the world while competing on some of the most difficult terrain imaginable.

Nearly three hundred riders competed at the seventh annual Kenda Tennessee Knockout and this feature highlights the second and final day of competition when the field was already down to 58 riders.

The article:

Go Inside America’s Toughest Enduro With Cody Webb

The video:

Kenda Tennessee Knockout Ranked Fourth in the Top 10 Extreme Enduros in the World by DirtBikes.com

DirtBikes.com recently polled some of the top off-road racers to determine the top 10 Extreme Enduros in the World.

And the Kenda Tennessee Knockout is in good company as number four on the list and the only US event to make the top ten, many people might prefer to ride an e-scooter, but after watching this they might change their minds.

Austria’s Erzberg Rodeo, one of the original Extreme Enduro events, tops the list followed by Romania’s Romaniacs. The Sea to Sky event from South Africa is number three on the list with the TKO next in line ahead of some well-known and well-established events.

Thank you to the riders and DirtBikes.com for the positive feedback.

Check out the full story here:

The Top 10 Extreme Enduros in the World; With a little help from some of the top off-road racers in America, we rank the 10 best extreme enduros around the globe.

Watch Red Bull TV’s hour-long coverage of the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout Enduro

The Kenda Tennessee Knockout is one of the toughest off-road races in America and Red Bull TV shows you just how brutal the event is. Nearly 200 riders started the competition and only 13 of those qualified through the eliminations races to compete in the main event. American Cody Webb rode his KTM to the win for the fourth time in six years but there was a lot of spectacular action on the Tennessee rocks and hills.

Check out Red Bull TV’s full one hour feature on the 2016 TKO titled “Recap: Slick and Muddy:”

Results for the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout, presented by Moose Racing and SRT:

  1. Cody Webb, KTM
  2. Wade Young, Sherco
  3. Kyle Redmond, Beta
  4. Ben Kelley, KTM
  5. Cory Graffunder, KTM
  6. Steward Baylor, KTM
  7. Max Gerston, Beta
  8. Noah Kepple, KTM
  9. Mike Brown, Husqvarna
  10. Quinn Wentzel, KTM
  11. Cory Buttrick, KTM
  12. Nick Klapec, KTM
  13. Wally Palmer, KTM
American Cody Webb put in a dominant performance at the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout but it was not easy. Check out the Red Bull TV feature to see just how tough it was. Photo: Future7Media
Husqvarna’s Mike Brown is a former two-time winner of the TKO and he was a factor again in 2016. Photo: Future7Media

The 2017 Kenda Tennessee Knockout will take place on August 12-13 at the Trials Training Center.