Unfortunately, Graham Jarvis (@gforcejarvis) will not be able to compete at the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout as he had hoped. The TKO was not part of his original 2016 race schedule but he tried to pull together plans to compete before hosting his G-Force Technical Riding Academy at the Trials Training Center in the days immediately following the event. He was unable to work out all of the necessary details with his team and decided it is better to focus on the Riding Academy.
Jarvis is expected to attend the event to see some of the top off-road racers in the world face off on the challenging Tennessee terrain. The four-round Knockout format keeps the action close all day and allows for great spectating options.
Graham Jarvis (@gforcejarvis) has confirmed that he will compete at the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout being held at the Trials Training Center on Sunday, August 21st. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team rider is arguably the world’s best Extreme Enduro racer having won all of the major races on multiple occasions. In 2016, he has already won the Erzberg Enduro and Romaniacs, two of the toughest and most famous Extreme Enduros. And now, he will try to add the Tennessee Knockout to that list of accomplishments.
The UK’s Jarvis excels at extremely tough and long competitions in particular so it will be interesting to see how the shorter, multi-round format at the Tennessee Knockout suits his style. There will certainly be plenty of tough obstacles to allow Jarvis to showcase his amazing skills. He will also face off against Cody Webb, America’s top Extreme racer who finished second to Jarvis at Erzberg earlier this year. Webb is a three-time winner of the TKO and will want to defend his home turf.
Also, Jarvis will be hosting his G-force Technical Riding Academy at the TTC in the four days immediately following the 2016 TKO. Click here for details.