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A look at round 4 of the Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series

Jordan Ashburn came away with the first win of he pro career at this weekend’s Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series presented by PRI Powersports Insurance in Uhrichsville, Ohio. Though the Beta USA rider only won two tests all weekend, consistency was the name of the game for the Tennessee native and he came away with the win by less than a second ahead of series points leader Steward Baylor. Photographer Darrin Chapman was on hand to capture the action.

Jordan Ashburn had good speed on both the Cross test and the Enduro test, and in fact, won one of each on Saturday.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Georgia’s Evan Smith claimed his best finish of the series with a fourth overall.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Jesper Borjesson’s day ended almost before it started when the KR4 Husqvarna rider crashed in the first test and injured his shoulder, prompting a trip to the hospital.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Broc Hepler brought his 450 Husqvarna out for a day of racing on Saturday and won two of the Cross tests.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Steward Baylor crashed hard in the final Enduro test on Saturday, which cost him a chance at the win. The SRT Racing KTM rider finished second.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Connecticut’s Ben Kelley, who is known for his rock-riding skills, came to Ohio for the race and came away with fifth overall.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Ashburn wicks it up in the lush grass track portion of the Cross test.Photo By Darrin Chapman
AirGroup Racing/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna’s Tyler Vore topped the Open A division and finished sixth overall.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Cole Mattison won the Lites A class and was seventh overall.Photo By Darrin Chapman
Rain starts to fall as Steward Baylor rails a berm in the final test of the day.Photo By Darrin Chapman