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First Maxxis ATV Endurocross Held in Guthrie, Oklahoma

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The Can-Am Warnert team buried the competition at the first Maxxis ATV Endurocross in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The track was filled with big rocks, water pits, log obstacles and mud.

Josh Frederick at Endurocross, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.comJosh Frederick at Endurocross, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Josh Frederick was driving an Outlander 650 for the event and dominated most of the first heat. Fredrick was leading until he hit the big rock section and broke his drive shaft. His misfortune turned into fortune for Rory Beckman, the newest Can-Am Warnert team member. Beckman won the second heat at the Endurocross and took sixth place overall in the Utility expert class.

Rory Beckman at Endurocross, photo by Harlen Foley, ATVriders.com Outlaws Champion Schatz uses K&N
Rory Beckman at Endurocross,  photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Rick Cecco also came on strong for Can-Am, taking fourth place at Endurocross. Overall, the Can-Am Warnert Team claimed some of the fastest lap times recorded at the event.

“The grueling track conditions were tough, but our riders pulled through,” said Levi Michel, Warnert Team Manager. “Our K&N Engineering air filters are excellent. They pull us through the extreme conditions and keep our engines running.”

The Maxxis ATV Endurocross put the Can-Am Warnert team and its machines to the test, but it also showed they are a force to be reckoned with on the track, said Levi.

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