The Enduro World Series Event Entry Is Now open
2020 Event Entry Opens Today
All EWS80, EWS100, the Rider Trophy at the Trophy of Nations and the new EWS-E races will all open for general entry next today. The main EWS races may be pre-qualification only, but anyone can enter the EWS100 or EWS80 to experience racing on the same trails as some of the biggest names in the sport.
The 2020 series kicks off in Manizales, Colombia in March.
The EWS100 takes place on exactly the same course as the main EWS race – so expect savage climbs, fiercely technical tracks and big, big days in the saddle. Available at all eight rounds of the 2020 Enduro World Series, it’s the ultimate test of body and bike for anyone who wants to see how their times stack up against the pros.
The EWS80 features iconic tracks and gnarly stages but with less climbing and only around 80% of the full Enduro World Series Course.
The EWS80 is almost the same format as above – but instead of racing the full course, you’ll race approximately 80 percent of it, making for a slightly more attainable goal. Make no mistake, it’s still a huge day out on the bike, but with maybe one less stage and just a little less climbing standing between you and the top step of the podium. In 2020 the EWS80 race is a feature at all rounds except Val Di Fassa in Italy and Zermatt in Switzerland.
The Rider Trophy at the Trophy of Nations in Finale is open to individuals and teams of three.
Entries for the Rider Trophy at the Trophy of the Nations in Finale will open today – where individuals or teams of three can race some of Europe’s most iconic trails at mountain biking’s biggest party.
The all-new EWS-E will see three rounds in France, Switzerland and Italy.
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