Webb KO's the competition at TKO
August 18, 2014
The following is an industry press release...
MEDFORD, Ore (August 18, 2014) Motorcycle Superstore's Cody Webb knocked out the competition at the 4th running of the Tennessee Knockout held this weekend at Sequatchi, TN.
Webb went on a rampage winning all three preliminary races and then besting the field in the five-lap final. This makes two years in a row that Webb has proved to be the toughest extreme off-road racer in America.
"The TKO could not have gone any better for me this year. I had the fastest qualifying time and won both TKO rounds as well. The rain came down hard in the 2nd round but my Beta and Dunlop tires simply hooked up everywhere and my trials background definitely helped. I basically got the holeshot and rode a mistake-free race, avoiding the carnage. I'm pretty excited to have won this event two years in a row."
Taylor Robert finished second behind Webb and Grant Baylor was third. FMF/RPM/KTM and Motorcycle Superstore's Bobby Prochnau finished fourth.
Photo Credit: Shan Moore
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