KLIM’s Ty Tremaine SuperEnduro Junior World Champion
Rigby, Idaho (March 16th) – KLIM EnduroCross athlete’s Cody Webb and Ty Tremaine entered the final round of the 2015 SuperEnduro World Championship in Cahors, France this weekend to put the finishing touches on an impressive start to their season. Both riders have been battling for the top spot over the course of the series, proving they are two of the best off-road riders in the world.
This weekend, Ty Tremaine crowned himself the Junior World Champion by putting in a winning ride in France.
“It’s an awesome feeling to be a world champion,” told Tremaine. “It’s been a crazy season but I’ve loved every minute. Starting out I didn’t really know what to expect but taking the overall in Poland gave me confidence for the rest of the year. It was tough to see Andreas crash out, but that’s part of racing. I’m delighted to have a world championship to my name now.” - See more at: http://enduro21.com/index.php/component/k2/item/2616-walker-win-but-blazusiak-takes-the-title#sthash.psB7l8bM.dpuf
Starting off incredibly strong on the night, Cody Webb threw down the fastest SuperPole hot lap and won the opening race of the three-main-event format and kept his solid momentum rolling to a second-place overall on the night and second place in his first full World Championship schedule.
“It’s been a great first full season of SuperEnduro for me – races wins, the overall victory in Brazil and finishing things off with second overall in the series.” - See more at: http://enduro21.com/index.php/component/k2/item/2616-walker-win-but-blazusiak-takes-the-title#sthash.psB7l8bM.dpuf
Both riders look for wins coming this weekend during the second round of the GEICO AMA EnduroCross series held in Salt Lake City, Utah.