Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Thad DuVall seems to be coming to grips with the AMA National Enduro Series and came away with his second straight win at this weekend’s Cherokee Enduro in Georgia.
Steward Baylor came into the race a bit under the weather, having spent the previous week in the hospital. However, the SRT KTM rider came away with a runner-up finish this weekend.
Five-time national champ Russell Bobbitt struggled with suspension settings and came away with fifth.
Meet “Buddy”, Tayla Jones’ running mate. Tayla has won all four rounds of the Women’s Elite class in the national enduro series.
Cory Buttrick lost fifth place to Bobbitt by about a tenth of a second. The SRT KTM rider settled for sixth.
Steward Baylor never finished slower than second in any of the tests and won the fourth test, giving him second overall for the day.
Thad DuVall won five of six tests to take the win by 73 seconds.
Bobbitt was third in the opening test of the day, but said he didn’t feel comfortable in some of the fast clear-cut sections.
Josh Toth put his Am Pro Yamaha on the podium in third.
Josh Strang had an off day and finished 19th. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider is still dealing with a foot injury.
Thad DuVall sports the traditional trophy given to the winner at the Cherokee.
Shan MooreUS Contributor