The seventh annual
KENDA AMA Tennessee Knockout (TKO), presented by Moose Racing and SRT, will take place this coming weekend, August 12-13, 2017 here at the Trials Training Center.
The TKO has gained a reputation as one of the premier off-road motorcycle races in the world. DirtBikes.com recently polled some of the top off-road racers to determine the
top 10 Extreme Enduros in the World. The TKO was ranked 4th.
For more information about the event, see the
TKO website or click these links to recent TKO Blog posts:
Spectator info for 2017 TKO – August 8, 2017
Team SRT racing the 2017 TKO; Six riders gunning for the podium – August 7, 2017
Updates for 2017 TKO competitors: rules, schedule, row assignments – August 3, 2017
Quinn Wentzel confirmed for 2017 TKO – July 31, 2017
Beta USA riders confirmed for 2017 TKO; Gerston, Ashburn & Tanke aiming for podiums – July 28, 2017
Wade Young back for 2017 TKO; South African Sherco rider is one of the World’s top Extreme Enduro racers – July 21, 2017
Kenda Tennessee Knockout Ranked Fourth in the Top 10 Extreme Enduros in the World by DirtBikes.com – July 18, 2017
Colton Haaker and Graham Jarvis confirmed for 2017 TKO; Rockstar Husqvarna Team aiming for the top of the podium – July 18, 2017
Women’s Class Back for 2017 Tennessee Knockout; $1,000 purse for the top three ladies – July 14, 2017
Cody Webb Confirmed for 2017 Tennessee Knockout: Factory FMF KTM rider back to defend his title – July 11, 2017
The Kenda Tennessee Knockout is one of the toughest off-road races in America and Red Bull TV shows you just how brutal the event is. Nearly 200 riders started the competition and only 13 of those qualified through the eliminations races to compete in the main event. American Cody Webb rode his KTM to the win for the fourth time in six years but there was a lot of spectacular action on the Tennessee rocks and hills.
Check out Red Bull TV’s
full one hour feature on the 2016 TKO titled “Recap: Slick and Muddy:”
Results for the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout, presented by Moose Racing and SRT:
Cody Webb, KTM
Wade Young, Sherco
Kyle Redmond, Beta
Ben Kelley, KTM
Cory Graffunder, KTM
Steward Baylor, KTM
Max Gerston, Beta
Noah Kepple, KTM
Mike Brown, Husqvarna
Quinn Wentzel, KTM
Cory Buttrick, KTM
Nick Klapec, KTM
Wally Palmer, KTM
American Cody Webb put in a dominant performance at the 2016 Kenda Tennessee Knockout but it was not easy. Check out the Red Bull TV feature to see just how tough it was. Photo: Future7Media
Husqvarna’s Mike Brown is a former two-time winner of the TKO and he was a factor again in 2016. Photo: Future7Media
The 2017 Kenda Tennessee Knockout will take place on August 12-13 at the Trials Training Center.
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.
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!