Rieju USA has announced the signing of Quinn Wentzel to race the 2021 AMA Extreme Enduro Championship onboard the new Rieju MR300 Racing and MR300 Pro models.

“We’re excited to be signing Quinn to represent Rieju at events all across the US,” says Rieju USA's Mark berg. “Quinn is one of the best riders in the nation when it comes to Hard Off-road and will show the US what the MR300 Racing and Pro models can accomplish this season.”

Rieju USA and Quinn will focus efforts this year on the select AMA Extreme Enduro Championship and the SEER race series’. “I am super-excited to represent Rieju in 2021 and help the brand grow here is the US.” Says Wentzel. “Hard enduro is one of the toughest motorcycle disciplines if not the toughest, and for that you need a tough machine. The Rieju MR300 checks all the boxes to be a winning bike in hard enduro. I’m looking forward to a great year with the team and thank them for this opportunity.”



Quinn Wentzel started riding motocross at the age of four as a sponsored Cobra Motorcycle team member. He rode nationally, qualifying for Loretta Lynn’s AMA National at age seven and would ride Hare Scrambles for cross training. At age 12, he began to transition to off-road full-time by riding the GNCC circuit, and at 15 he also started riding the National Trials Circuit and riding Extreme Enduro, where his focus still remains as he continues to excel towards the top of the sport in the US.

“We’re looking forward to getting back to racing here after a difficult few years with COVID-19 and the GasGas transitionary turmoil, let us get back to competition for 2021!” Mark stated. “We couldn’t have made this a possibility without the loyalty from our dealer network and especially the sponsors that immediately said, YES!”


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