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Park Hills, MO– FMF KTM Manufacturing facility motorcyclist Kailub Russell took his very first job Kenda AMA National Enduro win at the fifth round of the season after winning four of six unique tests.

The current championship point leader started the race off equally as he had the previous rounds with an initial test win. “I constantly ride efficiently the start of the race,” stated Russell. “The difference is today I was able to ride well with the end as well as gain my first win.”

Russell won 4 special tests on his method to his first triumph. In spite of the slick conditions from some rain in the early morning, Russell was able to browse the course cleanly aboard his new factory-edition motorbike to put together a remarkable flight. His win at this round raises his factor result in 23 factors at the middle of the collection.

His teammate, Russell Bobbitt, and winner of the previous National Enduro round had an up and down day. “I simply never seemed to get used to the bike or training course problems today,” mentioned Bobbitt. Bobbitt had his best examination section in the 4th area of the day as well as his overall times earned him 5th overall. He is currently linked for second in the point standings. Likewise just missing out on the platform was KTM assistance motorcyclist Guardian Baylor. The KTM pilot had a solid run throughout the day to end up the fourth total.

Following Event: Upton, WY– June 14, 2015

Total Outcomes
Kailub Russell– KTM
Grant Baylor
Andrew DeLong
Guardian Baylor– KTM
Russell Bobbitt– KTM
Ryan Sipes
Trevor Bollinger– KTM
Craig DeLong
Evan Smith– KTM
Brad Bakken

Total Factor Standings
Kailub Russell– 105
Steward Baylor– 82
Russell Bobbitt– 82