KTM’s Trystan Hart won the Madd Moose Extreme Enduro  with a win in the final moto over Cody Webb. Photo: mjsmotophotos

MARQUETTE, Mich. – The 2021 AMA Extreme Championship headed east for the third round of its eastern series and FMF KTM Factory Racing Team’s Trystan Hart put forth a solid panel of 1-2-1 moto scores to come away with the overall win at the Madd Moose Hard Enduro.

It was once again a head-to-head showdown between Hart and his championship rival Cody Webb, as both riders dueled over the course of the three-moto format. It was Hart who charged out of the gate in race one, racing his KTM 300 XC-W TPI to a convincing victory. In race two, Webb struck back but it wasn’t without a fight from Hart, who ultimately finished 10 seconds behind for second. Race three was a winner-take-all and Hart proved to be the stronger rider on the day as he bested Webb by a 10 second margin, claiming the race three win and overall victory in Michigan. After three rounds, Hart continues to lead the way in the EEC point standings.

Cody Webb was hoping for sloppy conditions in the tough Marquette terrain, but wasn’t that lucky. Perfect weather and traction made for a faster circuit and Trystan Hart came out smoking winning the first and most crucial third moto over the Sherco pilot. Photo: mjsmotophotos


Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker has been very consistent this year, but has yet to put a scare into the Hart/Webb freight train. Photo: Tyler Johnson


For Taylor Robert, consistency was key as he struggled to put forth a mistake-free performance in the tight terrain. In race one, he got off to a good start and kept a solid pace to finish fourth. He capped off the day with a pair of fifth-place finishes in races two and three, which gave him a top-five overall for the day. Photo: Tyler Johnson
On the Women’s side, Louise Forsley would take P1 over Factory Beta’s Rachel Gutish. She also claimed a top 25 overall finish with a final moto tally of P24. Photo: mjsmotophotos
The three most dominant Extreme racers in America: Webb-Hart-Haaker. Photo mjsmotophotos

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