The Faces Of The Pennsylvania Full Gas Sprint Enduro

A look behind the scenes at the Pennsylvania Full Gas Sprint Enduro

Jordan Ashburn’s wife, Mary, shields Jordan from the heat of the sun as he prepares to head to the line for Sunday’s event. A crash early on Saturday left Jordan riding in the dust all weekend.Shan Moore

Ryan Sipes climbed back on top of the podium at this weekend’s Full Gas Sprint Enduro in Pennsylvania, stealing the win from Josh Strang in the final two tests of the two-day event. Strang led the event from the first test, however a crash in the final test allowed Sipes to move to the front, and Steward Baylor to move into second. Here’s a look at some of the people at this year’s event.

Grant Baylor rode to a solid fourth. The Tely Energy KTM rider has been on a roll and won the two national enduro rounds leading up to the Pennsylvania Sprint Enduro.Shan Moore
Evan Smith had a relatively mistake-free race en route to sixth overall.Shan Moore
Broc Hepler battled for the lead on Saturday after winning the first two tests. The former motocross star and factory racer stuck his foot in a hole on Sunday and twisted his knee.Shan Moore
Jason Hooper ramrods the Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series and has been a player in the industry for several years.Shan Moore
Logan Lowrey represented AirGroup/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna and came away with 13th overall and fourth in the Pro2 class.Shan Moore
Ryan Sipes works on his own bikes and travels to the events with his father, Marvin. Sipes made up a 22-second deficit to take the overall win.Shan Moore
Steward Baylor got off to a slow start but came on strong to take second place ahead of Josh Strang.Shan Moore
Tayla Jones preps her bike in between races. The KR4 Husqvarna rider was second in the Women’s Pro class.Shan Moore
The Full Gas Sprint Enduro crew does an amazing job of running races smoothly and on time.Shan Moore