By: KR4 Arrive & Ride

ORMOND BEACH, Fla., (March 19, 2017) – This weekend’s Alligator National Enduro was round two of the 2017 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series presented by Moose Racing. There were over 420 riders that turned out for this race.

Rocky Mountain ATV*MC / KR4 / Husqvarna’s Grant Baylor turned up the heat in the final test of the day to capture a come-from-behind victory and finish ahead of his brother by 15 seconds. The win made it two in a row for the Baylor family, as Grant’s big brother, Steward, won the opening round of the series last Tayla Jones Alligator Enduromonth in Sumter, S.C.

The KR4 Team felt prepared for the race and it showed in their performance at the Enduro. Jesper Borjesson raced his first ever National Enduro at the Alligator National Enduro and placed 23rd in Pro Class and 24th overall. Kaleb Ward won 1st Place in Open B Class with a lead of almost four minutes.

The other KR4 riders and their awesome finishes for this race:

Colin Keegan 2nd in 250A and 44th overall
Chase Sweda 2nd in 250 B 168 overall
Ambrocio Gutierrez 18th in the Open B
Maximo Gutierrez 4th in the 200 C class

Tayla Jones on her KR4 Husqvarna was able to capture the Women’s Elite Class by over 11 minutes for the win.

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