Seven event 2019 Extreme Enduro calendar shows Extreme and Hard Enduro is a growing force across the USA.
Extreme and Hard Enduro is growing in America with some established events being joined by four new ones in 2019. The seven round series this year forms the AMA Extreme Off-Road State Championship and shows the governing body of bike sport in the US is recognising the popularity of extreme off road globally and on US soil (and rocks!).
The AMA officially launched the Extreme Off-Road State Championship system in 2018 with success. In 2019, four new state events bring more opportunities for riders to gain an AMA State crown nationally.
Riders competing state championship rounds will be crowned AMA Extreme Off-Road State Champions at each of these events (listed below).
Those state events in the seven round series also give riders the chance to qualify for the Tennessee Knockout, AKA the AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship. The Tennesse Knockout is the big national level event attracting the best from the US as well as International riders on August 16-18.
The series kicks-off in just over one month's time with the RevLimiter Extreme in Texas.
2019 State Extreme Off-Road State Championship schedule:
March 2-3: Decatur, Texas: RevLimiter Extreme Enduro
Rocky Ridge Ranch: Hosted by MotoKolors Racing
May 4: Sparks, Nevada: EnduroFest
Wild West Motorsports Park: Hosted by Elevated Action Sports
Information: Endurofest Facebook page
June 8: Devore, California: Last Dog Standing
Glenn Helen Raceway: Hosted by Prairie Dogs MC
June 22-23: Stix & Stones Xtreme
Silver Mountain, Idaho: Hosted by Stix & Stones Off Road
Information: Stix & Stones Off Road Facebook page
July 6-7: Tamaqua, Pennsylvania: Tough Like RORR
Hosted by Reading Off-Road Riders
July 20-21: Little Hocking, Ohio: Bad Medicine at Fallen Timbers
Hosted by Wildwood Lake Raceway
August 3: Taylorsville, North Carolina: Battle of the Goats
Hosted by Brushy Mountain Motorsports Park
AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship
Aug. 16-18: Sequatchie, Tennessee: Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro
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