In a racing discipline that has seen exponential growth, Monster Energy Kawasaki is prepared to battle for a championship in the 2013 AMA EnduroCross series. Returning riders Taylor Robert and Justin Soulé both reached the podium last season and will concentrate exclusively on EnduroCross in 2013 racing the KX™250F.
Peoria, AZ - The 2013 Rocky Mountain MC World Off-Road Championship Series presented by Motoworks and Dirt Bike Magazine season opener kicked off at Canyon MX in Peoria, Arizona with defending champion, Monster Energy Kawasaki’s #1 Taylor Robert , bringing home the win. Precision Concept’s #32 Robby Bell claimed the second spot followed by DTS / Zip-Ty Racing’s #5 Gary Sutherlin.
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Irvine, Calif. (November 18, 2012) – The AMA EnduroCross series came to an exciting close at The Orleans in Las Vegas, Nev., on Saturday night with a double main event finale. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Taylor Robert completed the season on the podium finishing third overall in the championship standings. He won his Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) to transfer to the main events and finished 12th and eighth in the dual main events. Justin Soulé transferred to the main events on his KX™250F after finishing second in his heat race. He stayed consistent in the main events finishing fifth and sixth, and climbed to sixth in the points standings. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Bobby Garrison posted competitive times throughout the evening and barely missed transferring to the main events.
Irvine, Calif. (October 29, 2012) – Round 7 of the AMA EnduroCross Series featured the largest and most difficult course of the season at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho on Saturday. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Justin Soulé showed heart and determination by recovering from last place to finish fourth at the end of the main event. Soulé led every lap of his semi to transfer to the main event and did not let a first lap crash keep him from challenging for the podium in the main event. Teammate Taylor Robert qualified with the fourth-fastest hot lap, but fell victim to the treacherous course and could not transfer to the main event. Making his return from injury, Bobby Garrison showed impressive speed on his KX™250F to win his day qualifier. In the night show, Garrison finished just behind Robert, also missing the main event.
Irvine, Calif. (March 26, 2012) – After two days of intense racing over a rough track and through powerful winds at Crazy Horse Campground in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Taylor Robert commanded the overall win with a 1-1 moto result and secured the World Off Road Championship Series (WORCS) points lead. His teammate Bobby Garrison battled back from slow starts both days to finish fifth overall with a 4-5 moto score. Despite injuring his ankle earlier in the week during a training session, Justin Soulé fought through the pain to finish sixth overall with a 7-6 result. Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green’s Brandy Richards walked away the most winning rider of the event, scoring wins in both the Women’s A and Super A classes.
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