Cherokee National Enduro | PHOTOS

Thad DuVall makes it two in a row

Thad DuVall claimed his second win in a row at round four of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series in Greensboro, Georgia. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider almost called it quits after a huge get-off in test three, however, he kept on pushing through to get the win. Photographer Shan Moore was on hand to capture all the action.

Russell Bobbitt’s mechanic, Charles Marchant, goes over some final adjustments on the bike before the start of the race.Photo By Shan Moore
A look inside Thad DuVall’s Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rig where team manager Tim Weigand makes a final check on the radio system on Sunday morning.Photo By Shan Moore
AirGroup Racing/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna’s Tyler Vore pops out of a ravine in test three en route to third in the Expert-AA class.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Strang’s mechanic David Hall makes some road-side adjustments between tests.Photo By Shan Moore
Steward Baylor spent the previous week in the hospital due to a virus but still managed a second place finish at the Cherokee.Photo By Shan Moore
KR4 Arrive-n-Ride Husqvarna’s Grant Baylor was all over the place in test results but it all averaged out to a fourth place finish.Photo By Shan Moore
AM Pro Yamaha’s Josh Toth overcame crashes in the first two tests to turn in a podium finish in third.Photo By Shan Moore
Gas Gas rider Ron Commo III finished 10th in the Pro division.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Strang has been dealing with a foot injury for weeks and had an off weekend in Georgia, finishing 19th overall.Photo By Shan Moore
Russell Bobbitt struggled with suspension settings and finished fifth.Photo By Shan Moore
To the victor go the spoils. Thad DuVall wears the first place trophy at the Cherokee.Photo By Shan Moore