The ninth annual Last Dog Standing features a $10,000 purse for 2018 plus stand as an AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship qualifier for the Tennessee Knock Out. 

The popular but notoriously tough Last Dog Standing was dominated by Cody Webb in 2017. Webb took a convincing win ahead of Kyle Redmond and Noah Kepple. 

The 2018 event will again also a feature a night team race on the Friday night, June 8 with the main race on the Saturday. 

The event is now also a Tennessee Knock Out AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship qualifier.

 

How LDS qualifying works:

Overall – The top three riders overall at each AMA State Championship event, including pre-qualified riders, will qualify directly into the Tennessee Knockout PRO event.

Amateur – The top 10 riders overall at each AMA State Championship event, who are not pre-qualified into the Tennessee Knockout PRO event, will be qualified directly to the first 10 rows of TKO 2, the TKO Amateur event.

Register to race at regio.io, once registered you select the event and sign up. 

Here’s what the 2017 event looked like at Glen Helen…

 

 

 

jon.pearson enduro21 april 2017

Jon Pearson
Enduro21 Editor and Bike Tester
jon.pearson@enduro21.com