But the question still remains, what bike will he race? Allegedly, Knighter's departure from the KTM Factory Team didn't occur on the best of terms. If big orange didn't take David back, what would he do then? Husqvarna has been making a big push off-road, but seeing as the company is owned by BMW that's a long shot at best. The Monster Energy Kawasaki Team is known for being prominent in EnduroCross, but with Ricky Dietrich, Destry Abbott and Damon Huffman already pledged to contest the series, there doesn't seem to be any room on green. That limits the existing options to teams like Zip-Ty Racing Team, the Geico squad, Randy Hawkin's Am/ Pro Yamaha team or maybe someone else like JCR Honda or one of the GNCC teams. However, all of these teams have plenty of hungry riders who are looking at dominating indoors. Clearly, Knight's options may be limited, but if there is one thing we know it's that this racer is one who doesn't know the meaning of quit. Whichever series he ends up on and no matter what the bike, you can bet your hat that David Knight will come out swinging.