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Kailub Russell

GNCC: BAYLOR WINS, RUSSELL CLINCHES!

Round eleven of the 2020 Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series, an AMA National Championship, took place on Sunday, October 11 in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania. Mathew’s Farm hosted its 3rd Annual Parts Unlimited Mason-Dixon GNCC race, where FMF/KTM Factory Racing’s Kailub Russell wrapped up his eighth-straight GNCC As the famed “10 seconds” was called and […]

KAILUB RUSSELL COLORING BOOK

The guys at GNCC Racing have created a coloring book to keep the kids from tearing you to shreds while they’re out of school. Right now, it only has two pages, so it’s not much of a book, but it will still get the job done. You can download the PDFs by going to GNCCracing.com […]

KAILUB RUSSELL TO RETIRE FROM GNCC AT SEASON END

Kailub Russell has announced that he will retire from full-time GNCC competition at the end of the 2020 season. He also said that he will continue to race select events in 2021, but hasn’t said what those events will be. The following press release is from KTM’s off-road team. Following a very decorated career in […]

KTM’S 2020 OFF-ROAD TEAM: LETTENBICHLER TO US

KTM announced its 2020 FMF Off-road Race Team, which includes Kailub Russell, Taylor Robert, Josh Toth and Mani Lettenbichler. The official release follows. The FMF KTM Factory Racing Team is READY TO RACE into the new year with a very decorated lineup of riders for 2020, including seven-time GNCC Champion Kailub Russell, reigning WORCS and […]

U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONS, GRAND LIST

Off-road racing in the U.S. is wild and varied. We have deserts, swamps and mountains, and about a dozen different ways to race through them. These are the official champions in the record books who deserve annual recognition. GNCC CHAMPIONS 2019 Kailub Russell, KTM 2018 Kailub Russell, KTM 2017 Kailub Russell, KTM 2016 Kailub Russell, […]

KTM OFF-ROAD VIDEO: 2019 CHAMPIONS

KTM had another amazing season in U.S. off-road racing. Kailub Russell won the GNCC and Full Gas Sprint Enduro titles in the east while Taylor Robert won the WORCS and Sprint Hero titles in the west. Here are some scenes from the season. ARVE