CROSS FORK, PA (JULY 23, 2017) – Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/Husqvarna Team Hits Rattlesnake Enduro – NEPG Round Five of the Series in Cross Fork, Pennsylvania.
Over 500 riders filled the rows at the Rattlesnake Enduro this past weekend. Rains on Saturday created a slippery course on Sunday.
The KR4 Husqvarna Arrive-N-Ride Team was out in full force once again with a full stable of riders representing multiple classes. Leading the charge on row 34 was KR4's, Grant Baylor who was ready for the challenge and finishing 4th on test one. On the second test of the day, Grant made some costly mistakes and end up with a 10th place finish which put him at the end of the pack. He would eventually finish the day out with a 8th place finish and keep his 3rd points for the championship.
"It was a rough day at the rattlesnake, I felt like I was riding well but my times were saying otherwise and I just made a few too many mistakes to get the job done. We're still third in points and healthy, so on to the next one!
The dominance of Tayla Jones continues at the Rattlesnake and once again she rode a flawless race while she piloted her Husqvarna to a Women’s overall class win. Jones is obviously no stranger to winning in 2017, but the fact that she took this victory by over a 25 minute margin was very impressive.
Conner Keegan had his best finish of the season at the Rattlesnake. Conner won test 5 in the 250A class and ended up finishing 36th overall for the day.
"I had a fun day at the Rattlesnake and rode good all day except for a few crashes. Ended up 4th and 36th overall." -- Conner Keegan
KR4 Lineup at the NEPG Rattlesnake
- Grant Baylor - 8th Pro Class
- Tayla Jones - 1st Women's Pro Class
- Conner Keegan - 4th 250A
- Colin Keegan - 25th 250A
- Ambrocio Gutierrez - 4th 40+B
- Brandon Keegan - 4th 200B
- Maximo Gutierrez - 4th 200C
- JeanCarlos Gutierrez - 30th OpenB
About AMA National Enduro Series
Enduros are one of the oldest forms of motorcycle competition. Run on a challenging route that includes wooded and desert terrain, more difficult "test" sections are connected with roads, fire roads or easy two-track trail. The Enduros are one of the most thrilling and fulfilling forms of motorsports competition. The discipline's top riders compete in the AMA National Enduro Championship Series. Find out more at www.nationalenduro.com.
About KR4 Performance
KR4 Performance is a leading professional and amateur race team that participates in the Grand National Cross Country Championships (GNCC), the Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series (FGSE), and the National Enduro Promotions Group (NEPG) Series. KR4’s team won the 2016 Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Championship. KR4 Pro, Grant Baylor, was a member of the 2016 Junior American ISDE team, which placed 2nd in the 2016 International Six Day Enduro. KR4’s solid team structure is made up of former GNCC pros, expert motorcycle mechanics, and industry enthusiasts that are 100% dedicated to helping clients achieve their racing goals. Visit www.kr4performance.com for more information.
About the KR4 Arrive-N-Ride Program
KR4 is paving the way for the future of off-road racing with its unparalleled Arrive-n-Ride Program, saving riders time, money, and hassle. For an affordable fee, KR4 can offset the cost of racing and have everything ready for riders on race day. With the KR4 Arrive-N-Ride program, bikes are prepped by the KR4 team before a race and delivered with gear to riders on race day to the location of their choosing. To learn more or sign up for the Arrive-n-Ride Experience, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visitwww.kr4performance.com. For additional information, follow the team on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. For the team’s photo gallery, visit their Flickr page.