Beta racer Cody Webb Debuted the new 350 RR at the first round of the World Indoor Enduro championship now known as the Superenduro in Genova, Italy. On a track that was faster and more open than the American Endurocross series, Webb finished strong in all three main events with two top fives and a ninth place after bending his brake rotor and losing the front brakes.
“The Superenduro in Genova was a great experience with some positive results. In the first final I was riding timid and took advantage of mistakes from the other riders and made a last second pass before the finish to take fifth. The course had some very fast sections, which I was uncomfortable with for the beginning of the night. In the second final I bent my front rotor early in the second lap and rode the rest of the final with no front brake. I rode to a cautious ninth place. In the third main event I had a bad start, but rode a smart the first two laps and moved up through the pack. On the last lap I made my way up to the third place rider and made a last ditch effort to finish the night with a podium, but I had to come from too far back. I feel as though it was a very successful weekend for me and I can’t thank American Beta and the Beta factory enough for giving me this opportunity.” Webb comments.
Webb’s next extreme event will be at the Hell’s Gate Enduro on February 18, 2012.