RIGBY ID, (November 23rd, 2015) — Cody Webb wrapped up a second consecutive championship this weekend at the final round of the Geico Endurocross Championship in Ontario California. In a season long battle with Colton Haaker the championship came down to the last race of the season but it was Webb who came away with the number one plate. Webb was rewarded for his consistency where he scored championship points in all 9 races and finishing on the podium in all but one of the races. His second place finish in Ontario was enough to secure the 2015 AMA Geico Endurocross championship by 11 points.
“I had a small cushion coming into the final race and I knew I had to be near the front and do what I did all year to clinch the championship. Practice and qualifying didn't go as well as I had liked, but I was able to put it behind me and get the job done in the heat race and the main event where I placed second. I can't thank the RPM racing team enough for their support this year and I am so glad to achieve this championship together with everyone supporting the team.” said Cody Webb
“All of us at Klim would like to congratulate Cody and the RPM team on another fantastic season and a second consecutive championship. The team at Klim works hard to make industry leading gear so to see our XC gear on top of the podium and winning championships really means a lot.” said Klim VP of Sales and Marketing Brett Nicholas.
Cody Webb 2015 Endurocross Season Results 1. Daytona 1st 2. Salt Lake 4th 3. Vegas 2nd 4. X Games 3rd 5. Sacramento 1st 6. Denver 2nd 7. Everett 1st 8. Boise 2nd 9. Ontario 2nd
2015 Endurocross Championship Final Results 1. Cody Webb 215 2. Colton Haaker 204 3. Mike Brown 145 4. Cory Graffunder 136 5. Taylor Robert 131
Webb’s RPM Racing team mate Ty Tremaine also had a successful season winning both the Junior Championship and the FIM World Superenduro Championship. The 19 year old Nevada native showed he is a rising star in Endurocross by consistently running with the top Expert Pro riders all season. Klim riders had great results across all classes with RPM Racings Rachel Gutish finishing 2nd in the Womens Championship, Michael Aranda winning the Open Amateur Championship and Jason Gitchel finishing 2nd in Vet Championship.
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