PHOTOS: Sumter National Enduro 2016

N-Fab/Am Pro Yamaha’s Grant Baylor kicked off the 2016 season with a win at the opening round of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series in Sumter, South Carolina.

Zach Hayes in Test one, Sumter Enduro 2016

Zach Hayes

One of the up-and-comers of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series is Zach Hayes, who won the Rekluse Expert-AA class this past weekend at the Sumter Enduro.Photo By Shan Moore
Jake Froman, Sumter Enduro 2016

Jake Froman

Indiana’s Jake Froman careens through the opening test on his Pro Action-backed KTM.Photo By Shan Moore
Tegan Temple, Sumter Enduro 2016

Tegan Temple

Normally a GNCC rider, Beta USA’s Tegan Temple is adjusting to the national enduro series, and finished a solid 15th in South Carolina.Photo By Shan Moore
Russell Bobbitt, Sumter Enduro 2016

Russell Bobbitt

FMF KTM Factory Team rider Russell Bobbitt took his 250F to second behind Grant Baylor.Photo By Shan Moore
Brad Bakken, Sumter Enduro 2016

Brad Bakken

Brad Bakken looks far up the trail in test one. The Virginia rider was 16th overall in Sumter.Photo By Shan Moore
Steward Baylor, Sumter Enduro 2016

Steward Baylor

Steward Baylor overcame mechanical problems in test one to finish fourth overall.Photo By Shan Moore
Drew Higgins, Sumter Enduro 2016

Drew Higgins

RPM/Maxxis Racing’s Drew Higgins finished an impressive 10th in the pro debut.Photo By Shan Moore
Jesse Groemm, Sumter Enduro 2016

Jesse Groemm

Beta USA’s Jesse Groemm missed second place by just two seconds.Photo By Shan Moore
Grant Baylor, Sumter Enduro 2016

Grant Baylor

N-Fab/Am Pro Yamaha’s Grant Baylor grabbed his third career national enduro win in Sumter.Photo By Shan Moore