PHOTOS: Ontario EnduroCross 2015

The final round of the GEICO EnduroCross Series is in the books and FMF KTM’s Cody Webb walks away with the Championship for the second year in a row. Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker wasn’t far behind, though, and they battled till the very end. Here’s some action from the floor of the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California.

Cody Webb was calm, cool, and collected even from the opening ceremonies.Photo by Sean Klinger
The finish line tractor tires turned into a massive double. Here eventual winner Taylor Robert hucks it out in practice.Photo by Sean Klinger
Even when the pros landed the “double” properly it was a hard hit. Here Mike Brown is testing his bib mousses.Photo by Sean Klinger
Colton Haaker was a man on a mission. With a first turn crash, he had his work cut out for him.Photo by Sean Klinger
Editor-in-Chief Chris Denison raced aboard our 2015 Yamaha YZ250FX in the Pro Class.Photo by Sean Klinger
Brownie leads the pack in his heat race, but it wasn’t his night…Photo by Sean Klinger
He came up short trying to jump into the water pit and dislocated his wrist. We are glad it wasn’t worse because it was a violent impact.Photo by Sean Klinger
With a good mix of smooth riding and aggression Webb was consistent all night.Photo by Sean Klinger
Cooper Abbott, Destry Abbott’s son, demonstrates a textbook pivot turn.Photo by Sean Klinger
Dirt Rider Tester Michael Allen raced our 2015 Yamaha WR250F in the Amateur Class. He had to disconnect the headlight, but it was cool to see the taillight out there.Photo by Sean Klinger
Jamie Lanza had a good lead on the first lap of the main but ended up ninth on the night. Here he is during his hot lap.Photo by Sean Klinger
Cody Webb gets to keep that number one plate for another year.Photo by Sean Klinger
Trials Champion Geoff Aaron finished sixth in the main event. Although he wasn’t jumping any of the “doubles” on the track, it was cool to watch his impeccable technique gain him speed and prove that there is more than one way to go fast around an EnduroCross track.Photo by Sean Klinger
Taylor Robert was the first to cross the finish line and ended up fifth in the championship points.Photo by Sean Klinger
Logs are slippery when wet, so why not just jump over them?Photo by Sean Klinger
Cory Graffunder had a good night and even better championship finishing fourth overall in the points.Photo by Sean Klinger
Sandra Gomez Cantero won the Women’s race and the championship.Photo by Sean Klinger
Beta’s Kyle Redmond didn’t have the night he wanted but he has the speed to run with the top racers.Photo by Sean Klinger
The boulder section was deceivingly tricky. Some lines were easy while just to the right or left was a hole that grabbed a wheel and threw riders to the ground.Photo by Sean Klinger
The heat of battle. Taylor Robert (33) and Cody Webb (1) air out the finish line jump together.Photo by Sean Klinger
Webb finally had some breathing room in second place, which was good enough to seal the championship.Photo by Sean Klinger
Good job, Cody! We can’t wait till next year.Photo by Sean Klinger