Cross country racers headed to the mountains of Kentucky for the second round of the 2013 KCCR Series and Kevin Cunningham came out a winner.
Hardwicks Creek KCCR took place on a pristine 7,000 acre plot of land that is nestled in the heart of mountain country about an hour east side of Lexington, Ky. The track was 8.5 miles long and consisted of many high speed field sections, tight technical woods, a few moderate hill climbs, and several creek crossings.
After finishing second at the AMA MAXC Opening Round co-sectioned by KCCR in Canaan, Ind, Cunningham made the most of his trip south to Hardwicks Creek. He was able to grab the holeshot in the Pro AA Class to take the early lead. Despite getting hung up and losing the lead briefly, Cunningham was able to put down an impressive charge to regain the lead to earn the win in the Pro AA Class by ten minutes ahead of second place.