Faces Of The Muddobbers National Enduro

A behind-the-scenes look at the Muddobbers National Enduro

Grant Baylor claimed his third win of the season with a dominating performance at the Muddobbers National Enduro in Matthews, Indiana. The Tely Energy KTM rider won four of the six tests and finished second in the remaining two to beat out his brother, Steward Baylor, by nearly a minute and a half for the victory.

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Thad Duvall won the fourth test en route to a third place finish, while FMF KTM’s Josh Toth and SRT Husqvarna’s Evan Smith rounded out the top five, respectively.

Alan Randt
Alan Randt is the driving force behind the AMA National Enduro Series. Randt saved the series from extinction nearly 10 years ago with some innovative changes.Shan Moore
Steward Baylor (left), Josh Toth (center), and Ben Kelley
Steward Baylor (left), Josh Toth (center), and Ben Kelley play around during Saturday’s “closest to the pin” golf challenge.Shan Moore
Josh Toth
Toth takes his turn at chipping to the pin.Shan Moore
Thorn Devlin
Thorn Devlin returned to action after missing most of the year recovering from a torn ACL. The GasGas rider finished 10th overall.Shan Moore
Evan Smith
SRT Husqvarna’s Evan Smith recovered from a loss of concentration at mid-race to finish fifth overall.Shan Moore
Andrew Delong
Andrew Delong turned in his best performance of the season with a sixth overall. The Far Racing GasGas North America rider has spent the season returning to form after several years dealing with injury.Shan Moore
Ben Kelley
Kelley had an off day, but still managed a seventh-place finish on his Trail Jesters Racing KTM.Shan Moore
Logan Lowrey
AirGroup/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna’s Logan Lowrey beat out teammate Jake Froman for second place in the NE Pro 2 division. Solid Performance KTM’s Ryder Lafferty took the class win with an eighth overall.Shan Moore
Mike Witkowski
Beta USA’s Mike Witkowski was 13th in the Pro division on his Beta 300RR.Shan Moore
Jesse Ansley
Florida’s Jesse Ansley won the AA class on a KTM. Ansley is one of the series’ up-and-comers.Shan Moore
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