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.
The Chattanooga Trials Club is hosting Round 2 December 4 here at TTC with the Annual Toy Trial.
This year GasGas has donated two jackets to be raffled with proceeds going towards the purchase of toys for the Marion County Sheriff’s Department’s Christmas for Kids.
Raffle tickets are $10 each and will be sold up until the end of the event December 4 with the drawing following awards.
We are asking for a riding fee of $25 or you can bring a toy for donation. All entry fees go towards purchasing toys for donation to the Sheriff’s Department.
PDF flier for the event:
On October 22 and 23, the TTC and
STRA will host the 24th Annual 58K here at TTC!
Come on out and enjoy the fall weather with us!
58K flier for details (PDF).
Attention all ladies!!!! We are organizing an all ladies trials instruction class December 12 and 13.
Trials is a great way to begin riding motorcycles. Come learn to balance, turn, blast up hills, and ride over logs with instructors Charlie Roberts and Sadie Thompson.
Ladies, don’t let your husbands be the only ones out riding on the weekend. Take the class and show ’em how its done!
Guys, get your lady a gift certificate for this class! Treat her to a fun filled weekend and bring your bike to ride our trails.
Just for the ladies, the cost of the Double Blip will be $350.00 for the weekend(normally priced at $550). This includes bike rental and gear if needed.
Cabins per night for the class: $40 for a small(3 beds – 1 full – 2 twin)
$45 for a big(5 beds – 1 full – 4 twin)
Call 423-942-8688 or email email@example.com to get your guest application or for more info.
Thanks to everyone that rode and volunteered for the 3rd Annual Cherokee Cup. We had 35 riders this year!
This past weekend, the TTC hosted the 2016 Youth Nationals (east) and the U.S. Women’s Open Championship.
Overall results (PDF):
Thanks to everyone who rode, volunteered, and watched this event!
Another busy summer here at TTC is about to kick off next week!
Family Camp begins Sunday, June 26 and 4 fun-filled days of motorcycle training, adventures, games, and more follows!
June 30 – July 2 is the
East Coast Youth Nationals and Women’s Open. Kids up to age 15 and Women of all ages are able to compete in this 3 day competition.
Family Camp online registration closes on Saturday, June 25 and registration for the East Coast Youth Nationals and Women’s Open will close on Monday, June 27. You may register at the event but a late fee will be charged.
During the East Coast Youth Nationals and Women’s Open we have other exciting events happening.
Friday, July 1 will be the Gate Trial starting at 2:00 pm with all proceeds going to the TDN Team! Come out and ride to support these amazing guys and gals go represent our country! BBQ dinner and Fireworks that night after awards!
Saturday, July 2 will be the Bicycle Trial. Sign up will be held between 7:30-8:00 am that morning and Competition will begin at 1:00 pm.
3rd Annual Cherokee Cup is on July 3, 2016.
The Cherokee Cup is suggested for Sportsman level riders and up. One line in each section with no markers/splits.
Cut-off date for online registration for the Cherokee Cup is Monday, June 27.