PHOTOS: Huntersville National Enduro 2016

A look at the Huntersville National Enduro

Russell Bobbitt grabbed his second win of the season in the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series at the Huntersville National in Huntersville, Minnesota. According to most of the riders, the sandy trail turned into one of the roughest events of the season, and photographer Shan Moore was on hand to bring us a report.

Kacy Martinez, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Kacy Martinez heads out for the Paddle With The Pros on Saturday, which allowed spectators and enthusiasts the chance to take a canoe trip with a pro rider along the Crow Ring River which was just adjacent to the start of the race.Photo By Shan Moore
Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Row one heads onto the course across one of the bridges across the Crow Ring River. No one fell in as far as we know.Photo By Shan Moore
Russell Bobbitt, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
A different angle of the bridge as Russell Bobbitt heads towards win number two.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Strang, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Josh Strang blasts through one of the sandy whooped out sections.Photo By Shan Moore
Drew Higgins, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
RPM Racing’s Drew Higgins claimed his best-ever national finish with a fifth.Photo By Shan Moore
Ron Commo, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Ron Commo III jets along a potato field and into the woods in the second test.Photo By Shan Moore
Tegan Temple, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Beta USA’s Tegan Temple on the gas in test four.Photo By Shan Moore
Nick Fahringer, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Nick Fahringer (pictured) and Josh Strang tied for eighth with Strang getting eighth and Fahringer settling for ninth.Photo By Shan Moore
Steward Baylor, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Steward Baylor overcame mechanical problems in the final two tests to finish second.Photo By Shan Moore
Grant Baylor, Huntersville National Enduro 2016
Grant Baylor was in the mix early but faded in the last three tests and finished the race in fourth.Photo By Shan Moore