Red Fox National Enduro Photo Gallery

A look at back the Red Fox Indiana National Enduro

Tely Energy Racing’s Steward Baylor claimed his second win in as many races in the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series with a strong performance at the muddy Red Fox National Enduro in Lynnville, Indiana. Baylor took a strong early lead after winning the first two tests, and then held on to claim the “W” as FMF KTM’s Josh Toth and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Thad Duvall tried to reel him in. Toth wound up in the runner-up slot after 60 miles of racing and six tests, while Duvall rounded out the podium in third. Photographer Shan Moore brings us a photo report from the race.

FAR Racing GasGas North America’s Andrew Delong makes final adjustments on race morning. A hard rain fell overnight leaving the Interlake ORV area a muddy mess, prompting the teams to prepare for plenty of mud and deep ruts.Shan Moore
Steward Baylor was all smiles on the morning of the race, knowing a mud race would play into his favor. The South Carolina rider enjoys a good mudder.Shan Moore
Thad Duvall drew the short end of the stick in Indiana by having to start from row 42 (the first Pro rider starts on row 31). Since the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider DNFed the previous round he was given a later start time, which meant the ruts would be much deeper by the time he reached the really wet parts of the course.Shan Moore
Fellow KTM riders Ben Kelley (left) and Josh Toth share a house in North Carolina and are training partners. The two are also rivals on the track. Kelley finished fourth in Indiana, while Toth was second.Shan Moore
Grizzly Peaks Yamaha rider Anthony Federico powers through one of the many mud holes in the final test. Federico finished sixth in the NE Pro2 class.Shan Moore
Toth won one test and never finished worse than third in the remainder of the tests en route to second overall.Shan Moore
Nick Davis threw a roost while navigating the mud. The FAR Racing GasGas North America rider was seventh overall and second in the NE Pro2 class.Shan Moore
Baylor won test two by nearly a minute over Toth, however the Tely Energy KTM rider fell three times in the final test and took the overall win by only 28 seconds over Toth.Shan Moore
Beta USA’s Alex Witkowski wiggles his way through the trees in the first test. A lot of alternate lines opened up during the race as the main line got more rutted out.Shan Moore
KR4 Husqvarna’s Tayla Jones won the Women’s Elite class by a whopping six minutes.Shan Moore