Motorcycle Superstore Riders at Rad Dad 2014

April 9, 2014
Courtesy of 541 Marketing
Round 3 of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series is in the record books and so are the results of the Motorcycle Superstore/Bell Helmet riders with Charlie Mullins taking the overall win and Nick Fahringer finishing third. All-in-all, five of the top ten finishers were sporting the custom Superstore/Bell Moto 9 helmets.

Charlie Mullins

Charlie Mullins during the Rad Dad National Enduro 2014.
Charlie Mullins scored the overall win in Round 3 of the 2014 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series.

So far, 2014 has been a great year for Factory FMF/KTM rider Charlie Mullins as he is now leading both the GNCC and the National Enduro Series. The Rad Dad Enduro, held in West Point, Tennessee, proved to be another tough event but Mullins battled through some mechanical issues and took the overall win.

“I felt like this was a hard earned win,” explained Mullins. “I had some brake issues in the first test which didn’t make it easy. I was able to put in some solid test times though, and am pretty happy to get my third win of the season.”

Nick Fahringer
Factory Husqvarna’s Nick Fahringer is getting stronger each race as he put his Husky 300 on the podium for a solid 3rd place finish this weekend at the Rad Dad Enduro.

“I really found my flow this weekend. By the end, I felt like I was riding up to my potential. My new Husky worked really well – it’s all starting to come together.”

Honorable mention goes out to Motorcycle Superstore / Bell Helmet support riders Jesse Groemm who finished 4th. Andrew DeLong finished 6th, Cory Buttrick took 7th and Ryder Lafferty finished 12th. Craig DeLong took first in the Expert/AA Class and Rachel Gutish finished 2nd in the Women’s class.

After this weekend, the Motorcycle Superstore / Bell Helmet riders are in control of the top three spots in the National Enduro Series – 1) Mullins 2) Fahringer 3) Groemm.

Big 6 Grand Prix Series
Round 3 of the Big 6 Series went off in 29 Palms, California, this weekend with FMF/RPM/KTM’s Eric Yorba putting in another great ride, finishing 2nd overall. His solid finish keeps Yorba in the series points lead. Motorcycle Superstore / Bell Helmet support riders Tatum Sik and Elizabeth Bash finished 1-2 in the Women’s class.

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