Baylor Clinches National Enduro Title

October 16, 2012 - 6:04 PM

With one round remaining, 18-year old offroad phenom Steward Baylor is the 2012 National Enduro Champion! To say Baylor has had a good series would be understatement: six overall wins, 23 test wins, and now the title wrapped up with one round remaining in the series. Baylor left no doubts as to who was the best rider in the series, taking the win at round ten to secure his first National Enduro title.
Other notable FLY Racing finishers at the penultimate round included GNCC series regular Rory Mead with a fourth place finish (in his first National Enduro), and younger Baylor brother Grant carding an impressive seventh place finish in his Enduro pro racing debut. Baylor was followed across the line by privateer Zach Klamfoth, with season high eighth place finish.
FLY Racing Muddobbers MC National Enduro Rider Finishes
1st – Steward Baylor*          | Fly/RidePG/WP Racing USA/Leatt/KTM
4th – Rory Mead                     | WMR KTM
7th – Grant Baylor                 | Fly/RidePG/WP Racing USA/Leatt/KTM
8th – Zach Klamfoth             | Privateer
11th – Brad Bakken              | Obermeyer Yamaha/Raines Riding Univ/
13th – Nick Davis                  | F.A.R. Husqvarna
*Clinched Title