EnduroCross Roars into Boise for Penultimate Round

Press Release | November 2, 2017

Ford Idaho Center in Idaho will host round six of the 2017 EnduroCross series on Saturday, November 4.

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This is a press release from EnduroCross…

Irvine, CA  (November 2, 2017) – The Ford Idaho Center, which is in Nampa, just a little west of downtown Boise, will host round six of the 2017 EnduroCross series this Saturday, November 4. Fastway by Pro Moto Billet presents EnduroCross by Rekluse Clutch, which are both local companies that provide the performance products that many of the EnduroCross racers use. Pitting the best off-road motorcycle racers against each other on a track filled with rocks, logs, tractor tires and a pond creates some of the most exciting racing action you will find anywhere. There is no better way to spend a Saturday night with your friends and family.

Cody Webb - EnduroCross
Cody Webb appears to be on his way to his third EnduroCross championship but the rest of the field is eager to challenge him for the Boise win. Photo: Tanner Yeager

Cody Webb, the FMF KTM Factory rider and two-time EnduroCross champion, will come into the Boise event as the heavy favorite but anything can happen in EnduroCross. Colton Haaker, the defending EnduroCross champion, has unfortunately suffered some injuries and is not expected to participate but there is a long list of riders eager to challenge Webb.

Twenty-year-old Trystan Hart has stepped up this season and earned three podiums in five events. The Canadian challenged Webb at the most recent round in Scottsdale and wants to earn his first win. Kyle Redmond has earned several podiums over the years and he, too, is looking for a win.

Trystan Hart - EnduroCross
Trystan Hart is becoming one of the stars of EnduroCross and challenging for wins. Photo: Tanner Yeager

Ty Tremaine, the three-time Junior EnduroCross champion, who is still only twenty-one years old, finished third in the championship in 2017 and looks poised to challenge as well. GasGas backed Noah Kepple, another twenty-one-year-old, also shows amazing skills that could earn him a top spot. And Cooper Abbott, son of off-road motorcycle racing legend Destry Abbott, is quickly becoming one of the stars of EnduroCross. There will be plenty of action in the pro class and there are also classes for Amateur, Vet, Women and TrialsCross riders.

EnduroCross includes all of the toughest off-road riding obstacles in a single lap. Destry Abbott will be holding one of his DA8 Training sessions at the Boise EnduroCross to help riders master the techniques necessary to ride through the tough terrain. Photo: Tanner Yeager

The Boise EnduroCross will also include one of the Friday night Destry Abbott, DA8 training sessions on the track. The two-hour EnduroCross training session is very hands on with several of the top pro riders assisting Destry in providing instruction on how to tackle the obstacles. The session is open to all riders (even those not competing at the Boise event). For the $100 entry fee, you will learn how to tackle the difficult obstacles found on tough trails and EnduroCross tracks. This will be limited to the first 20 entries so sign up quickly to hold your spot.

EnduroCross includes a class for everyone with the Amateur, Vet, TrialsCross, Women’s and Super EnduroCross (Pro) classes. And for 2017, there is an Amateur B Main, which allows more riders to make it into the night show. If you want to give it a shot yourself, now is the time to sign up.

Riders can enter to race and/or the Destry Abbott training session here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurocross/

Tickets are available here: www.endurocross.com/buy-tickets

Remaining 2017 AMA EnduroCross Championship Schedule

November 4, 2017  –  Boise, Idaho  –  Ford Idaho Center
November 18, 2017  –  Ontario, California  –  Citizens Business Bank Arena

For more information, visit www.endurocross.com


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