Canadian Champions at Endurocross

Endurocross Wrap up Report!

Canadians had a strong presence at the 2017 AMA EnduroCross Season, Making it to the top of the pack at almost every class they entered.

Trystan Hart from Invermere BC abroad SRT Husqvarna Was battling for top position in the Super Enduro Main Events every race and was crowned Champion for Jr Super Enduro.

Returning Champion Shelby Turner look the #1 plate once again for 2017 in the Women’s Class, as well as placing 3rd in a Mens JR Race.

Stephen Foord showing his bush side.

Kevin Dupuis in the mix as well managed to bring home the #1 Plate for the Amateur Open Class. Kevin was kind enough to lend Shelby his Bike at a round when hers lost a fight with a Front end loader at the moto prior to her race.

Absent from remaining rounds was Veteran racer Stephen Foord who is on the mend with recovery from a previous get off at a Red Bull rocks & logs event Injury. With some winter downtime Foordy can start the road to recovery to get back on the bike for the New 2018 Season.

Spenser Wilton fairly new to the Endurocross is moving up the ranks, and with his tough young kid attitude is impressing everyone with his will and determination to battle against the best in the biz. Just a few years ago Spenser was only racing Intermediate.

The talent is quite strong across Western Canada.
Alberta with its relentless winters, World Class Endurocross track and full race seasons on technical & challenging terrain looks to build champions year after year.

From Dirt Bike News we say congratulations to the Canadians Who travel South and battle against the best in North America making us proud.

Wilton Loving the wheelies all day long in the hill crib.

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