A Look Back At The Rattlesnake Enduro

A look through the lens of Shan Moore at the 2018 Rattlesnake Enduro

Josh Toth
Josh Toth turned in a fast and steady ride en route to the overall win. The Connecticut rider won one test on the day and finished with 31 seconds to spare over second place.Shan Moore

Josh Toth moved into a tie with Steward Baylor for first place in the Kenda AMA National Enduro championship series with his win at the recent Rattlesnake Enduro in Pennsylvania. The FMF/KTM rider has been close to getting that first win a couple of times earlier in the season, and he managed to put it all together at the Rattlesnake to seal the deal. Trail Jesters Racing KTM’s Ben Kelley was equally impressive, grabbing his first-ever test win en route to the runner-up slot. Meanwhile, despite having an off day, Steward Baylor managed to stay in the title hunt with his third overall finish, while his brother and Tely Energy teammate Grant Baylor kept the pressure on in fourth. Far Racing GasGas rider Andrew Delong rounded out the top five.

KR4 Husqvarna’s Tayla Jones
KR4 Husqvarna’s Tayla Jones topped a packed Women’s Elite class, beating Trail Jesters KTM Racing’s Mackenzie Tricker by just over three minutes.Shan Moore
Jay Gregorwicz
Beta USA’s Jay Gregorowicz showed up on Saturday to perform his trials demonstration for the large enduro crowd.Shan Moore
Nick Fahringer
Sherco’s Nick Fahringer turned in his usual stylish ride to garner a 10th-place finish in the Pro division.Shan Moore
Grant Baylor
Grant Baylor got his bell rung pretty good in the fourth test when he hit a rock and separated his shoulder. The South Carolina rider still managed to finish in fourth overall.Shan Moore
Ben Kelley
Ben Kelley is one of the young up-and-comers, along with Toth. Ben claimed his first-ever test win in the final test of the day.Shan Moore
Mike Witkowski
Mike Witkowski grabbed a career-best ninth-place finish. The Beta USA rider edged out Jesse Ansley by just two seconds.Shan Moore
Andrew DeLong
Far Racing GasGas North America’s Andrew Delong claimed his best finish of the season with a fifth overall. The Pennsylvania rider is on the comeback trail after dealing with a nagging wrist injury.Shan Moore
Cory Buttrick
KR4 Husqvarna’s Cory Buttrick was seventh overall despite having to deal with a broken brake line in test two.Shan Moore
Alex Witkowski
Alex Witkowski, brother of Mike, finished fifth in the very competitive AA division on his Beta.Shan Moore