The Tenth Annual Kenda Tennessee Knockout (TKO) will be featured on the Red Bull Signature Series this Sunday, October 4th on the Fox network. The TKO has become the premier Extreme Enduro event in the United States and the tenth annual event took place on the weekend of August 14-16.
The ninety-minute show will dig deep into the four rounds of racing on the slick and challenging terrain at the Trials Training Center. The show will air at either 2:30 EST or 4:30 EST depending on your local network and the planned NFL football game in your region. Check your local listings to verify the time.
Here is a short teaser for the event from Red Bull TV:
The tenth annual Kenda Tennessee Knockout took place at the Trials Training Center (@trialstrainingcenter) in Sequatchie, Tennessee on the weekend of August 14-16. We have video highlights from the grueling four rounds of Sunday pro-competition where Canada’s Trystan Hart took his first TKO win over six-time winner Cody Webb. Chile’s Benjamin Herrera finished third ahead of Noah Kepple and Keith Curtis, who rounded out the top five.
Nearly 300 amateur riders competed on Friday and Saturday gunning for the AMA Amateur Extreme Enduro Grand National Championship. Danny Lewis took the win in the championship-deciding second round on Saturday. Will Riordan finished second and Tyler Kincaid rounded out the podium. Those three along with the other top 30 finishers got the opportunity to compete in the Sunday competition against the twenty-six pre-qualified pro riders.
Hart dominated the Sunday competition, winning all four rounds of racing, including the main event, which included just the top fifteen riders. The Sunday course included some brutal new sections including the Four Logs, Walk in the Park and a new hill climb that Hart was the first to ever climb in TKO competition.
On behalf of the organizers and promoters of the 2020 TKO, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to all of the riders, sponsors and the many volunteers for your support of the 10th Annual Kenda Tennessee Knockout.
Although our fan turnout was considerably lower than in previous years, the 2020 TKO was still a success because of each of you. We look forward to the 2021 TKO and hope you will all be able to attend.
Once again, thank you all for your support and wish you all the best for the remainder of the 2020 racing season.