Due to some cancellations and other factors, we now have 13 Amateur Class slots available for 2017. These will go quickly so:
The 6th Annual TKO will be held the weekend of August 20-21, 2016.
Maximum number: 180.
Row assignments will be automatically determined by registration order.
This year we’ll be using an online race services company that will speed things up, simplify the process, and make everything easier to manage.
So if you’ve raced the TKO as an amateur previously, or if you’re considering it for your first time, we hope to see your registration come through on or after Dec. 1 at noon. In the meantime, get out there and practice!
With some last-minute cancellations, we now have 10 spots available for this Saturday’s Amateur race.
Contact us ASAP to get one!
Kenda Tire has teamed up with Seat Time to create a cool contest for 2015 Tennessee Knockout participants (amateur riders) to win a set of Kenda tires. To enter, post a picture or video of your TKO training to Instagram and use the hashtag #KendaTKOTraining.
Check out this PDF flyer for more information:
Jan. 12 update: registration has now closed.
Like last year, the TKO format includes an Amateur Class on the previous day with the top 25 finishers earning the opportunity to compete in the Expert/Pro class.
Amateur Class registration is limited to 120 riders.
- Pre-Entry online fee: $45. Deadline: midnight CDT, Sunday, August 26, 2012.
- Post-Entry on-site $100
Online registration for the 2012 TKO Amateur Class is now open.