Rude clinched his title with an 11th-place finish at the final round, after racking up 2,940 points and three victories during the season. “It’s always been a dream of mine to be Enduro World Champion, but I didn’t think it would happen in the second year. It’s out of this world,” he told sicklines.com. Rude’s Yeti/Fox Shox teammate Jared Graves also triumphed at the final round, taking first place in the day’s race in 35:42:00.
Maxxis congratulates Richie Rude on his title and Jared Graves on his victory, and thanks both riders for their fine performances.
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