Rattlesnake Enduro Cross Fork Pennsylvania Winners

Round 6

The Rattlesnake Enduro

Cross Fork, PA

July 23rd, 2023

Johnson on the Podium at Rattlesnake

The National Enduro series traveled east to Pennsylvania for the Rattlesnake Enduro. The temperature was in the low 70s and besides the first test, most of the track was high-speed rocky sections. In the grass section, Evan Smith had a time that was just seconds off the lead in the NE Pro1, but unfortunately, most of the upcoming tests were in terrain that was outside his comfort zone and he would struggle a bit in the rocky terrain. Smith would settle for 7th place in the NE Pro1 class. Jon Johnson had a steady Rattlesnake Enduro. He was able to put together solid times across most of his tests which earned him the third spot on the podium. The series now takes a summer break and will return on September 10th for the Little Raccoon National Enduro.

Event Results

Jon Johnson 3rd Place Class: NE Pro2
Evan Smith 7th Place Class: NE Pro1

Jon Johnson

Factory 250 RR

“The Rattlesnake National Enduro was good to me. It was one of the rockiest races this year. I was able to stay consistent all day long and bring home Third Place. I’m happy with my riding and to be on the podium with a long summer ahead of me. Time to regroup and train hard for the upcoming GNCC. Thankful for all of the support from everyone at Beta USA.”

Evan Smith

Factory 300 RR

“Great day at the Rattlesnake NEPG. I started out well on the grass track test and had a good time in the 5th test. The rest of the day I was managing the rocks the best I could with the good and bad! But the bike worked great and I’m happy to walk away with how I finished in some very different conditions than I’m used to!”

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