Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing announces 2017 off-road team

The 2017 team features Colton Haaker, Josh Strang, Jacob Argubright and Thaddeus Duvall

Four dirt bike riders lined up beside their bikes.

The team features Colton Haaker, Josh Strang, Jacob Argubright and Thad Duvall. — Simon Cudby photo

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing is pleased to announce its 2017 off-road team featuring Colton Haaker, Josh Strang, Jacob Argubright and Thaddeus Duvall. 

Winner of both the 2016 AMA endurocross and FIM superenduro championships, Colton Haaker looks ahead to defending his hard-fought titles. Currently competing in the 2017 FIM SuperEnduro Championship, Haaker will soon head to Aspen, Colorado, to compete in the Winter X Games from January 26 to 29. From there he will prepare to defend his AMA Endurocross Championship title.

Competing alongside each other in the Grand National Cross Country and National Enduro Series are Josh Strang and Thaddeus Duvall. Duvall joins the team after claiming a historical ISDE World Trophy Team win for the USA last year, as well as being crowned 2016 Full Gas Sprint Enduro Champion. He brings skill, knowledge and character to an already successful team. Josh Strang will continue his run for GNCC gold after placing as championship runner-up at the end of the 2016 season.

Representing the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team in the West Coast Desert Series is Jacob Argubright. Argubright is heading into 2017 having finished second overall in the AMA National Hare and Hound series. 


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