Sunday, January 14, 2018

ECEA Awards Banquet - 2017 Champions Crowned

On Saturday January 13th the East Coast Enduro Association crowned their 2017 Enduro and Harescramble champions at the Valley Forge Casino and Resorts in 
King of Prussia, Pa.
(scroll to bottom to link to all photos)


The evening banquet hosted 500 attendees and presented over 350 awards.

The day started with a vendor show at noon for the sponsors of this great series to display their wares. Through out the day champions were crowned for the Jr. Sprint Enduro Series which just completed its second full season followed by the ECEA Fast Kids Harescramble Series champions.


After the youth awards the ECEA Fast Kids were treated to a pizza party and lots 
of fun games and activities.

The evening festivities started off with a social and cocktail hour around 6:00 pm followed by a delicious buffet style meal at 7. Then long time ECEA President Jamie Theurkamf kicked off the awards with a few hall of fame presentations, then the Grand Champions were announced followed by the general awards for both the Enduro and Harescramble programs.


Ryder Lafferty is your 2017 Harescramble Grand Champion.


Brian Maco is your 2017 Enduro Grand Champion.

A great time was had by all in attendance. I hit a lot of awards presentations each year and they are all good but I can tell you that this is the largest one I attend each year. Props to the leadership of the ECEA, all the sponsors that help support it but most of all the riders that compete. You are all champions in my book.


Watch for the full story in the next issue of Brapp Magazine due out February 1st by 



See all youth and adult enduro images from the event  available now by Clicking Here


See adult harescramble award images by visiting Shannon Bloom Photos by




Team Perfect Storm was in the house.








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