FMF KTM Factory Racing’s Trystan Hart put a stamp on a dominant season in the 2022 AMA U.S. Hard Enduro Series, claiming his seventh-straight victory at the Locked and Loaded series finale in Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania. Winning every race he entered in the series, Hart wrapped up the AMA East Extreme Championship on Sunday, as well as securing the overall series championship.
Sunday’s race was a five-hour hare scramble with extremely challenging terrain that consisted of miles upon miles of rock gardens, steep up-hills and other tricky obstacles. Hart got off to a second-place start, trailing his closest competitor, Ryder LeBlond, for a few miles before making his early move into the lead. The defending series champion set a good pace out front but he really separated himself from the rest of the field later on, when he proved to be the only rider to get through the toughest section fairly clean. From there, he was in a race of his own, coming through the finish as the first of only five riders to complete two laps, and 47 minutes ahead of the second-place rider.