Round 7 of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series Presented by Moose Racing took place this weekend in Park Hills, MO. In a race that was dominated by KTM riders who took six of the top 10 places in the Pro Class, KR4 Husqvarna’s Grant Baylor managed to find his way to the podium by taking 2nd place overall. Moose Racing was also represented in the top 10 by Andrew Delong who took 10th place. Zack Hayes rounded out our effort in 18th overall. In the Women’s Class it was Tayla Jones dominating again as she won the elite women’s division by nearly 30 seconds over the next closest competitor.
Long time Moose Racing rider John “Junk Yard Dog” Dowd took his talents across the pond and participated in the Fairleigh Castle legends event. This motocross race attracts some of the top riders in the world who have been at the top of their game in year’s past and it was Dowd who would reign supreme over all other competitors by winning the championship! Congratulations to John and all the other Moose Racing sponsored riders who raced to victories this weekend.
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