A 4-Hour, 17-Mile Harescramble… Webb, Robert, Hart Go for the Win

The spectacular Arizona terrain at the Grinding Stone Hard Enduro mixed deep desert sand and boulder-filled washouts with some impressively big sandstone climbs. The four-hour hare scramble format ran a 17-mile course which provided some intense action between a quartet of riders for the win; Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker, Red Bull KTM pairing of Trystan Hart and Taylor Robert plus eventual winner Cody Webb on the Sherco USA 300 SE.

Webb made a pass for the lead just after lap one and kept out front for the remainder of the enduro to take the win by a margin of 40 seconds over Trystan Hart who pushed Webb right to the finish. Taylor Robert rounded out the men’s podium with Haaker in fourth on a very battered and bruised Husqvarna.

Only the top six were able to complete four full laps and the tough terrain meant many amateur riders spent time stuck in the main race line creating congestion. In turn that meant the Pro riders were forced to find some creative alternative lines. Not at all of which were a walk in the park…

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  1. Holy Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. That cliff climb, bikes smashing riders, that was insane!


Written by Vurbwes Chilidog

Been 'round these parts making dirtbike movies since '02; a weathered veteran with moto and camera related back issues, the hearing equivalent to my great-great grandfather's, and a dirt tan that will literally never come off. But I'm still in way better shape than every other dog in this joint, but that's because I use Chili and no slaw.

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