2020 Beta Cup Round Two Recap

Press Release | June 10, 2020

Kylie Harris extends her points lead after a win in the Women’s Amateur class.

2020 Beta Cup Round Two Recap National Enduro

This is a race report from National Enduro Promotions Group…

Photos by Fastline Photography Photo

(June 10, 2020) – The 2020 Season of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series was able to continue finally after a four-month break due to Covid-19. The second round took place at the Cherokee National Enduro in Greensboro, Georgia. The trail conditions were near perfect and the weather was nice and hot as you would expect in Georgia in June. We had a couple of additions after the first round to the Beta Cup. Some were because the picked up a new Beta bike and most notably was Broc French. Broc competed in the Beta Cup in 2020 before being deployed for active service, which lead to him missing round one at Sumter as well. Broc finished a solid fifth place in A 200 on his Beta 125 RR at the Cherokee National Enduro. Thank you for your service Broc, and welcome back to racing.

2020 Beta Cup

Kylie Harris was able to extend her points lead (48pts) in the 2020 Beta Cup with a win in the Women’s Amateur class at the Cherokee National Enduro. Kylie is racing the Beta 200RR and had a great performance this past weekend. Hot on her tail was classmate Amber Aubain. Amber scored a podium position in third at the Cherokee in the Women’s Amateur class. She sits second in points, at 36 points. Moving up to third in points is Paul Weber. Paul scored a second-place finish in the C 50+ class on his Beta 125 RR.

Kylie Harris extends her points lead after a win in the Women's Amateur class.
Kylie Harris extends her points lead after a win in the Women’s Amateur class.
Amber AuBain is chasing hard, sitting in second place in points after a third-place finish at the Cherokee National Enduro.
Paul Weber moves up into third place in points now after a second-place finish in the C 50+ class at the Cherokee National Enduro.

It is still not too late to join the Beta Cup for 2020. We have had two races so far this year, but the series allows for a two-drop system. Joining now you can still count all six best races of your season. Go out and get yourself a new Beta 125 or 200 to compete in the Beta Cup Class to have your chance at winning a new Beta two-stroke of your choice!

2020 Beta Cup

A new Beta 300 RR is on display at every National Enduro located under the white Beta E-Z Up. We also have stickers and brochures available at registration. Be sure to check it out and feel free to sit on it.

2020 Beta Cup Rules

The rules for the Beta Cup are simple. Ride a Beta 125 RR or Beta 200 RR in any class that you qualify for on a 125cc or 200cc motorcycle, submit your entry by email to info@nationalenduro.com to be entered in the Beta Cup. When entering your events, you will simply sign up for an existing class in the National Enduro series. The rider that earns the most points in his or her NEPG class will win the Beta Cup along with their choice of a Beta 200 RR, 250 RR or 300 RR. This will give any rider a chance, whether they are an A, B, C, Schoolboy or Women’s rider.

*NE PRO1, NE PRO2, Beta Factory Support Riders, Beta USA Employees, dealers, and family members are ineligible.

* There will be one winner of the Beta Cup. The rider with the highest points in his or her class at the end of the season compared to all other Beta Cup Riders will be the winner.

* Submit an email to info@nationalenduro.com before your first race part of the Beta Cup to be eligible. Please send your name, email, phone number, class, bike and a photo of you with your Beta 125 or 200. Must receive a confirmation response to be considered.

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