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Sherco contingency confirmed for 2023 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout; contingency available for pro and amateur Sherco riders

Sherco USA has confirmed a contingency awards program for the 2023 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout event.

The top finishers in the pro, pro women, Amateur A, Amateur B, Amateur C, Vet 45+ and Women Amateur classes will be eligible for awards. The pro riders are eligible for cash and the amateur riders will be awarded via a credit.

“We are proud of the growing number of racers choosing to use Sherco motorcycles to compete in their favorite off-road events,” said Bryan Kraham, Chief Marketing Officer at Sherco USA. “Offering a contingency program is a great way to show our appreciation to those riders putting their trust in Sherco.”

Pro Contingency:
1.    $2500
2.    $1500
3.    $1000
4.    $750
5.    $500

Women Pro Contingency:
1.    $750
2.    $500
3.    $400

Amateur A, Amateur B, Amateur C, Vet 45+ and Women Amateur Contingency (dealer credit):
1.    $300
2.    $200
3.    $100

More details on how to register for the Sherco contingency program will be available at the event.

The thirteenth annual Red Bull Tennessee Knockout (TKO) is confirmed for August 18-20, 2023, at the Trials Training Center. It will again serve as the AMA Grand Championship for Extreme Off-Road and is expected to attract the top North American and International Hard Enduro racers.

Amateur riders are encouraged to enter the TKO before the early-bird entry discount ends. Riders can enter here,

A separate link will be sent directly to the pre-qualified Amateur and Pro riders.

Sherco riders Cody Webb (pictured), Mario Roman and Wade Young have stood on the TKO podium in past years and the brand has increased in popularity with amateur riders. For 2023 Sherco riders in the pro and amateur classes will be eligible for contingency awards for podium finishers. Photo: Future7Media

KTM, Husqvarna and GasGas contingency confirmed for 2023 Red Bull TKO; Money on the line for top pro and amateur riders

KTM, Husqvarna, and GasGas have confirmed contingency award programs for the 2023 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout event. The top finishers in the Pro, Pro Women, Amateur A, Vet 45+, and Women Amateur classes will be eligible for awards. The Pro riders are eligible for cash, and the amateur riders will be awarded dealer credit.

  • Pro Contingency:
    ⦁ $2500
    ⦁ $1500
    ⦁ $1000
    ⦁ $750
    ⦁ $500
  • Women Pro Contingency:
    ⦁ $750
    ⦁ $500
    ⦁ $400
  • Amateur A, Vet 45+ and Women Amateur Contingency (dealer credit):
    ⦁ $300
    ⦁ $200
    ⦁ $100

Riders can register for contingency at the following links:

The thirteenth annual Red Bull Tennessee Knockout (TKO) is confirmed for August 18-20, 2023, at the Trials Training Center. It will again serve as the AMA Grand Championship for Extreme Off-Road and is expected to attract the top North American and International Hard Enduro racers.

Amateur riders are encouraged to enter the TKO before March 31, when the entry fee will increase. Riders can enter here.

A separate link will be sent directly to the pre-qualified Amateur and Pro riders.

The racing format will be like past year’s with a Prologue on Friday to set amateur racer starting positions, followed by two rounds of amateur racing on Saturday and a multi-round Sunday competition for the pro riders, which will include the top thirty finishers from Saturday. The ECR eMoto electric motorcycle class that was a huge success in 2022 will be back and a few other exiting ideas are being developed.

TKO will again pre-qualify the top riders to the multi-round Sunday competition. This will include top riders from major US and international off-road racing series and events. Any rider that finished in the top 35 on Sunday at the 2022 TKO, as well as riders that have qualified for a previous TKO Sunday main event, will be qualified directly into the 2023 TKO Sunday program.

The Saturday program will include two rounds of racing and will serve as the AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship for Amateur riders. The overall Amateur winner will be awarded the AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship number one plate. Classes will be available for A, B, C, Women Pro, Women Amateur, 45+, Youth and eMoto. The top 50 amateur finishers from the 2022 TKO will earn a spot directly into Saturday round two. Amateur riders will also be able to earn spots directly into round two via several AMA Hard Enduro regional championship events. Riders that do not qualify via one of the AMA regional events can sign up for one of 500 open spots that will compete in a morning qualifying race that can earn a spot in the championship final on Saturday. The top 30 finishers from Saturday will be invited to Sunday’s expert program.