PHOTOS: Tennessee Knockout 2016

A look back at this past weekend’s TKO at the Trials Training Center in Tennessee courtesy of photographer Shan Moore

FMF/KTM Factory Racing’s Cody Webb was impressive en route to a big win at the Tennessee Knockout this past weekend, which was held at the Trials Training Center in Sequatchie, Tennessee. Webb turned in a superb ride on extremely slippery and rocky terrain and wound up lapping the field.

Cody Webb gets the jump on the field after the start of the 30-minute finale at this year's TKO.Photo by Shan Moore
Wade Young takes a trip through the endurocross portion of the course during the final.Photo by Shan Moore
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna's Colton Haaker tackles giant rock slabs during the first knockout round. Haaker was just one of a few of the pro riders electing to ride a four-stroke instead of a two-stroke, opting for his 350cc EnduroCross bike instead.Photo by Shan Moore
Trail Jesters KTM's Ben Kelley came out of Saturday's qualifying to finish fourth in Sunday's final, which was a herculean feat.Photo by Shan Moore
Mike Brown held third position for the most of the final until a crash on a slippery uphill cut his race short.Photo by Shan Moore
Beta USA's Kyle Redmond battled early on with Cory Graffunder and Mike Brown and came away with the runner-up slot when all was said and done.Photo by Shan Moore
SRT KTM's Cory Graffunder ran second midway through the race but fell victim to the extreme humidity and dropped out of the final.Photo by Shan Moore
Cody Webb seemed to get quicker as the course got more slippery, calling upon his trials skills to get him through the toughest sections.Photo by Shan Moore
After pitting to replace a broken clutch perch, Sherco's Wade Young came from last place to second in the final.Photo by Shan Moore
"Wild" Wally Palmer rode his two-wheel drive KTM at the TKO and as usual was a crowd favorite.Photo by Shan Moore
Cody Webb takes an extra long dab to get over this slippery rock step.Photo by Shan Moore
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