Jesse Groemm replaces Steward Baylor on ISDE Junior Trophy Team
September 12, 2012
Due to an injury aggravated at round eight of the Rekluse AMA National Enduro Championship Series in Park Hills, Mo., Steward Baylor will not be able to compete at the 2012 International Six Days Enduro in Saxony, Germany, Sept. 24-29. AMA National Enduro rider Jesse Groemm will replace Baylor on the Junior Trophy Team.
"Obviously, losing Steward is a big disappointment, but we're fully confident that Jesse is ready to step in and compete at the highest level," said AMA Off-Road Manager Chuck Weir.
Groemm joins Travis Coy, Andrew DeLong and Thaddeus Duvall on the Junior Trophy Team. The complete list of U.S. team members includes the World Trophy Team, the Women's Trophy Team and several club teams.
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