Cajun Classic Enduro | PHOTOS

An inside look at this weekend’s Cajun Classic National Enduro in Forest Hill, Louisiana, thanks to photographer Shan Moore.

Thad DuVall dominated a muddy round of the 2017 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series in Forest Hill, Louisiana – the Cajun Classic National Enduro – beating runner-up Steward Baylor by a minute-and-ten-seconds to come away with his first overall victory of the season. Photographer Shan Moore was on hand to document the action.

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Thad DuVall sticks out a rudder while negotiating a mud hole en route to the win at the Cajun Classic.Photo By Shan Moore
AirGroup Racing/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna recently signed Rekluse Expert-AA rider Tyler Vore to fill in for the injured Andrew DeLong. He finished second in the Expert-AA class behind teammate Thorn Devlin and eighth overall.Photo By Shan Moore
KTM rider Zack Hayes with his goggles around his arm. The ruts got progressively deeper the further back into the rows you went.Photo By Shan Moore
Cory Buttrick was still relatively clean halfway into the first test. The SRT Racing KTM rider finished sixth overall.Photo By Shan Moore
Russell Bobbitt got back on the podium, putting his FMF KTM into third place.Photo By Shan Moore
Thomas Best was fourth in the 250B class and 84th overall. The Forest Hill area of Louisiana was nice a green for the event.Photo By Shan Moore
Shaun Duffy won the 200B class. The trail was still relatively rut-free for the first few rows.Photo By Shan Moore
Sherco Off-road’s Nick Fahringer keeps his feet on the pegs and gets his lean on in one of the developing ruts.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Strang gets ready to drop into a mud pit during the second test of the day. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider was 11th overall.Photo By Shan Moore
Kailub Russell went over the bars in the second test and was feeling the pain for the remainder of the day. The FMF KTM rider was fourth overall.Photo By Shan Moore
Evan Chisolm had his goggles down midway into the first test. The Yamaha rider was 20th in the 250A class.Photo By Shan Moore