Terry Fewell Memorial Awards at the 2012 Muddobbers National


Terry Fewell Memorial Awards
A dear friend of the Enduro world, Terry Fewell, passed away this
May after an 18 month
battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 69
years old. Terry started racing enduros in the
late 60's and
continued until his final race which was the Upland Muddobbers
in 2010 less than a month before the doctors’ found his
cancer. He continued to ride as
much as he could up until this
spring a few weeks before he passed.  He enjoyed every
on the many motorcycles he raced over the years but most of all
he loved
getting others to ride with him either for their first time
or back into riding again.
Sadly, Terry lost his daughter Kim just a month earlier to a seven
year struggle with
cancer. He is survived by his daughter, Pam,
his wife, Marsha, and two grandsons,
both avid motorcycle riders
which is sure not surprising since almost everyone that
knew Terry
was involved with motorcycle riding in some form. At Terry's funeral
church was full beyond capacity and his wife asked everyone
that was there to stand
if they had ever been riding with or beside
Terry on a dirt bike and if anyone in the
church didn't stand you
couldn't see them for the people that were.
Terry's friends and family decided to put together Terry's Memorial
award to help support the Enduro Family that Terry loved so much
and to remember the final race
of Terry's motorcycle journey.
Terry would have wanted his friends and family to spread his awards
around to
several deserving recipients, so they have decided to
award $100 to the winners
of the: Overall A, Overall B, Overall C,
B-200, B-250, B-Open, B-30+, B-40+,B-45+, B-50+, 60+ and
Womens class at the 2012 Muddobbers National Enduroon October