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Amateur registration for the 2022 TKO goes live on December 15th, 2021 at 6 pm CST

On Wednesday, December 15, 2021, we’ll publish a new blog post that will automatically go live at exactly 6 PM CST for Amateur Class registration for the 2022 TKO. It will contain a link to a registration page on the website of the company that handles TKO scoring.
The maximum number of registrations for men is 500.

The 2022 TKO registration fee is $100 (This includes a transponder fee)

No refunds will be issued for cancelations. Registrations may not be sold or transferred to another rider.

The TKO is an AMA-sanctioned event. Therefore, during registration, you will be asked for your AMA number which needs to be current/active. It is required for the TKO online registration as no AMA day passes will be available on-site at the event.

The following classes will be included for 2022:

  • Pro. Sunday only and riders are pre-qualified based on top prior-year TKO results, results at major off-road races, and series
  • Amateur A
  • Amateur B
  • Amateur C
  • 45+
  • Women Pro
  • Women Amateur

Participation or advancement to a higher class in any AMA or non-AMA Off-Road meet by any rider will result in permanent advancement to that higher class in all AMA-sanctioned Off-Road Competition.

  • If you are A in your local Hare Scramble Series, you will race A at the TKO
  • If you are B at GNCC, you will race B at the TKO
  • If you are C at the Full Gas series, you will race C at the TKO
  • 45+ and Women are not subject to classification
  • AMA or non-AMA events, you will need to ride the correct classification for the event
  • AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship #1 plates will be rewarded for the Pro, overall Amateur from Saturday TKO race two, and Women Pro only. All classes will be scored separately for results

All riders competing in the TKO must be at least sixteen (16) years old as of August 15, 2022.

You will enter your credit card information right on the registration form.  When you click ‘submit’ (please only click submit once to avoid being double charged), your spot is secure. Your payment will be processed and you will receive a confirmation email.

Watch for a new blog post on Wednesday, December 15, 2021 that will automatically go live at exactly 6 PM CST.

It will contain a link to a registration page on the website of the company that handles TKO scoring.

The maximum number of registrations for men is 500.

Billy Bolt wins Saturday’s TKO Prologue Straight Rhythm event

Saturday afternoon featured a Prologue Straight Rhythm event for the pro men and pro-women riders. The selected riders competed in quick out and back head-to-head races in a best two out of three bracket format to earn some extra purse money and determine the Sunday morning hot lap starting positions.

Top 3 results posted to the FIM’s Hard Enduro World Championship @iridehardenduro Instagram feed:


Kenda Tires available on-site at the 2021 TKO via TrackSide Support LLC

TKO sponsor Kenda Tires will have a vendor on-site with a selection of enduro tires and miscellaneous services. Here are the details from Trackside Support’s Tim Anderson:

TrackSide Support LLC will make Kenda tires available on-site at the TKO again this year. With Kenda’s expanded Extreme Enduro tire line-up, you have a broad choice of tires. Cody Webb has been dominating the extreme enduro circuit on his Sherco using the Knarly tire. He recently shared a few tips on modifying your bib. The Ibex tire is still a great standby tire too, with expanded size availability.  We plan to be changing tires from Friday morning through the entire weekend, servicing bib mousse, Tubliss, and tube tires. In addition, we have a fairly extensive line of hard parts and Kenda tubes, in case your weekend doesn’t go as planned. We do take cards too, in case your green stuff supply runs short. If you would like to reserve tires in advance, you can call 248-431-7506 before 10 PM EST or email at