The penultimate round of the AMA National Enduro Championship saw the battle for title honours heat up with Steward Baylor grabbing the point’s lead. Shan Moore captured the action…

Steward Baylor is making a habit of starting slow and then pouring it on in the late stages of a race. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t.

At the John Zink Ranch, things couldn’t have worked out better for the SRT Racing KTM rider as he claimed his second win in a row and came away with the series point lead with just one race remaining on the schedule.


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Steward Baylor crashed twice in test one, but he was all business from there on, turning ultra fast times in the final two tests to steal the win from brother Grant and Thad DuVall.


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 Grant Baylor makes quick work of this water crossing en route to the runner-up slot at the John Zink Enduro.


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Thad DuVall was on the gas early, but struggled with the rocky conditions in the final two tests and dropped from first to third.


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Cory Buttrick has been a solid top-five performer all year and after winning the grass track test to start the event, the Ohio rider finished up the day in fifth.


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Russell Bobbitt played it cautious in the Sand Springs rocks and rode a steady race to sixth.


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Drew Higgins pilots his factory Beta through the ultra-fast grass track test.


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It’s been a long road back from injury for former Enduro champ Andrew Delong, however, the AirGroup/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna rider managed a ninth at the John Zink.


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Jesse Groemm dodges rocks en route to a seventh place finish.


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Thorn Devlin was ninth overall and won the Rekluse/Expert AA division.


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