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N-Fab AmPro Yamaha to host Australia’s Tayla Jones for Final GNCC Rounds

Friday, September 18, 2015 | 7:25 PM


N-Fab AmPro Yamaha to host Australia’s Tayla Jones for Final GNCC Rounds!

Travelers Rest, South Carolina (September 18, 2015) – N-Fab AmPro Yamaha is excited to announce the return of recently crowned women’s ISDE champion Tayla Jones to the GNCC Series! The Australian Off-Road Champion will be contesting the remaining four rounds of the GNCC season aboard an N-Fab AmPro Team Yamaha YZ250FX.

This weekend marks the 11th year of GNCC racing at the world famous Unadilla Valley Sports Center in New Berlin, New York and Tayla Jones is ready to go head to head once again with some of the fastest women in off-road racing.

2015 has already been an incredible year for the young Australian athlete who recently led her team to Women’s World Cup victory in Slovakia at the ISDE in Slovakia. She also claimed the 2015 Australian Off-Road Championship and the Australian Enduro-X Championship.

“This has been the best year I’ve ever had,” says Jones. “I started off winning the Australian Enduro-X Championship and then won 11 of 12 rounds of the Australian Off-Road Championship. To top it off, I won the ISDE Women’s overall by 12 minutes. Yamaha has taken my racing program to a whole new level and their new off-road bike line up is just incredible. The YZ250FX is awesome and I can’t wait to give it a go this weekend in Unadilla.”

Photo: Mark Kariya

Jones is no stranger to GNCC racing; in 2014 she was able to compete at both Powerline Park and Ironman Raceway, walking away with a win at the final round in Indiana.

“We have a lot of momentum heading into this weekend,” says N-Fab AmPro Team Owner Randy Hawkins. “Daniel Milner finished second overall in Slovakia and Grant Baylor held onto a gold medal for the Junior Trophy Team. Tayla’s incredible finish just adds to our motivation to finish out the final rounds on top!”

Yamaha Australia is the driving force behind the collaboration and will be supplying Tayla with the award winning Yamaha YZ250FX. The bike has taken the world by storm as the first competitive off-road-focused Japanese race bike to hit the retail market in over 30 years.