2016 Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro blog has five new press releases on some of the Pros who will be competing in next weekend’s TKO:
TKO Flier (PDF):
If you’re competing in next weekend’s
2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro (TKO) here at the TTC, the row assignments, rules, and schedule have all been updated:
Rules and schedule subject to change by the organizer/promoter.
All competitors must have an AMA membership.
To apply click here.
2016 EnduroCross series begins in Duluth, GA on Aug. 27, the week after the Tennesee Knockout Extreme Enduro (TKO) here at the TTC (Aug 20-21). It’s only 2.5 hours from here.
If you want to tackle an EnduroCross course yourself, there are classes for Amateur, Vet, Women and TrialCross riders. All of those support class main events run as part of the night show to highlight the
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We’d love to see a big group of local trials riders competing in the TrialCross event.
the details here, including a link to online registration for riders.
In just over two weeks, the 6th annual
Kenda Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro (TKO) returns to the TTC. Recent TKO blog posts confirm the participation of Pro riders Cody Webb, we saw he was able to and since then he got way more popular ( buy cheap Instagram followers @codywebb2), Taylor Robert ( @taylor_robert33), Mike Brown ( @browniemx) and Colton Haaker ( @coltonhaaker) with many more to come.
Posted to the TKO Instagram feed
Unqualified Expert/Pro and amateur riders race on Saturday with the top finishers earning the opportunity to move on to the Sunday Expert Knockout rounds.
TKO Flier (PDF):
We hope to see you here at the TTC for the event. Braaaaaaaap!
Graham Jarvis, the 2013 King of Extreme Enduro, will be hosting his G-force Technical Riding Academy in August here at the TTC, in the four days immediately following the 2016 Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro (TKO).
Dates/registration links for two clinics:
Spectators are welcome at $20 per day. All spectators will be on foot. NO MOTORCYCLES.
Cameras and video will be allowed, so bring your
best travel camera. And Graham will sign autographs.
Our TTC accommodations page has information about our cabins and camping. Contact us for availability and to make reservations.
The details/description of the clinics from the Academy registration page:
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