Erek Kudla, AMA’s Off-Road Racing Manager (@erekkudla), has published a press release titled AMA Extreme Off-Road State Championships begin. It includes the results of the Kenda RevLimiter Extreme Enduro held at the Rocky Ridge Ranch in Decatur, Texas on Jan. 13-14. His summary:
On Day 1, the Amateur State Champions all were crowned in a two-lap race that took the overall winner Jeff Cowan more than an hour to finish. He would go on to finish 13th overall on Sunday, qualifying fourth for the TKO 2.
The top 75 finishers from Saturday raced the Pro event on Sunday, where five-time Tennessee Knockout champion Cody Webb, aboard his FMF/KTM 250 XC-W TPi, dominated the field, sweeping all three extreme motos. SRT Off-Road’s Cory Graffunder finished second, followed by defending RevLimiter Champion Jordan Ashburn aboard his Factory Beta.
The riders qualifying for positions in TKO 2 had stiff competition, with the Klim/Roosters Next MX-backed Evan Ask finishing sixth overall and taking the top qualifying spot. Colorado transplant Dustin McCarthy took the second spot, finishing 11th overall, and Tri City Cycles Josh Staley qualified third in 12th overall.
Detailed results for 2018 Kenda RevLimiter Extreme Enduro are posted to the LiveLaps page here.
The event was the first in a series of four regional AMA Extreme Off-Road State Championships at which riders can qualify for the 2018 TKO on August 18-19 at the TTC.
See our January blog post that explains the AMA’s new Extreme Off-Road State Championship Series and its role as a qualifier for the 2018 TKO.