Thad DuVall used his mud-riding skills to dominate round three of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series in Forest Hill, Louisiana.
The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory rider won all four tests and beat out runner-up Steward Baylor by one-minute-and-10-seconds for the victory. Shan Moore got the lowdown on the mudder classic.
Thad DuVall is one of the best mud riders on the circuit and rode a nearly flawless race in tough conditions.
Steward Baylor was consistent all day, turning in the second fastest time in all four tests.
Russell Bobbitt got back on the podium after a rough weekend at the Alligator Enduro last month.
Kailub Russell went over the bars in the second test and felt the effects in the remaining tests, leaving the FMF KTM rider in fourth overall for the day.
Solid Performance KTM’s Jesse Groemm picks a line around this mud hole en route to a ninth place finish.
Nick Fahringer had a rough day in the mud and wound up with an 18th overall finish.
Drew Higgins finished just behind Fahringer on his Beta.
Thad DuVall’s mechanic Tanner Tremaine makes adjustments during the stop after the third test. Mud scrapers were essential in the tool box this weekend.
AirGroup Racing/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna’s Thorn Devlin was fifth overall and first in the Rekluse Expert-AA class. Delivering yet another standout performance, Devlin is fast becoming a thorn in the pro guys’ sides.
DuVall moved into second overall in the series standings behind Steward Baylor with his win and is clearly hitting his stride.