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Cycle News 2016 Issue 33 August 23

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OFF ROAD 2016 KENDA AMA TENNESSEE KNOCKOUT AUGUST 21, 2016 TRIALS TRAINING CENTER / SEQUATCHIE, TN P80 STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY FUTURE7MEDIA F MF KTM's Cody Webb delivered a dominant performance at the Tennessee Knockout Extreme (TKO) Enduro to claim victory. Beginning to make the event his own, Webb secured his fourth consecutive win in the Tennessee Extreme Enduro. Behind Webb, South Africa's Wade Young made the trip to America worthwhile by taking the runner-up result on his Sherco while Beta USA's Kyle Redmond joined them both on the podium for third. CODY WEBB TAKES FOURTH CONSECUTIVE WIN AT TENNESSEE KNOCKOUT WEBB DELIVERS KNOCKOUT PUNCH "It's an awesome feeling to win the Tennes- see Knockout for my fourth time," said Webb who rode a KTM 300 XC-W two-stroke in the race. "This race is hard enough to win once so to do it four times is pretty special." Growing into America's premier Extreme Enduro race, the sixth edition of the TKO was tough—very tough—for 2016. Along with the boulder-strewn riverbeds to deal with, the ad- dition of some volatile weather made for one action packed day of racing. Now a tried and tested format, the TKO sees riders qualify through to the afternoon's main event through a series of elimination races, with only the strongest surviving to see the final race of the day. A morning Hot Lap determines the starting order for the first 12-mile loop Knockout Race.

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