Faces Of The Rattlesnake Enduro

A look at the people of the 2018 Rattlesnake National Enduro

Josh Toth
With his win, Josh Toth moved into a tie with Steward Baylor in the 2018 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series, each with 123 points.Shan Moore

Josh Toth brought the heat at the Rattlesnake Enduro, taking his first-ever win in the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series. The FMF/KTM factory rider has been close in the past, but in Pennsylvania the Connecticut rider put it all together. Finishing second was Trail Jesters Racing KTM’s Ben Kelley, who grabbed the first runner-up finish of his career. Steward Baylor rounded out the podium in third. Here’s a look at some of the players from the Rattlesnake Enduro.

Mackenzie Tricker
Trail Jesters Racing KTM’s Mackenzie Tricker is starting to get the hang of the national enduro format, and turned in a solid runner-up finish in Pennsylvania.Shan Moore
Ryder Lafferty
Ryder Lafferty, Michael Lafferty’s nephew, had to sit out the Rattlesnake Enduro with an injury. However, the New Jersey rider still maintains the lead in the NE Pro 2 standings.Shan Moore
Andrew Delong
Former National Enduro champion Andrew Delong turned in his best performance of the season with a solid fifth-place finish on his Far Racing GasGas.Shan Moore
Russell Bobbitt
Five-time National Enduro champ Russell Bobbitt had to pull out of the race after twisting his knee in the second test.Shan Moore
Cory Buttrick
Cory Buttrick ripped loose a brake hose in the second test and spent the rest of the day playing catch-up. The KR4 Husqvarna rider finished seventh.Shan Moore
Woody Bramlett
Woody Bramlett spins the wrenches on Mackenzie Tricker’s KTM.Shan Moore
Nathan Martin
Meet Nathan Martin, KTM Off-road’s truck driver. In the past, Nathan worked with several of the top off-road racers as a training.Shan Moore
Liam Draper
Liam Draper, from New Zealand, moved to the United States for 2018 to race the National Enduro and Full Gas Sprint Enduro series for KR4 Husqvarna.Shan Moore
Allen “AG” Gravitt
Allen “AG” Gravitt maintains Steward Baylor’s Tely Energy Racing KTM, which is a task since “Stew” is a bruiser on the racecourse and is no doubt as hard on equipment as any of the top riders.Shan Moore