Enduro World Series have announced a seven-round series calendar for the 2020 season as the current season reaches its climax.
There may be three Enduro World Series rounds and a Trophy of Nations race yet to go in 2019 but the Enduro World Series organisers have wasted no time in getting the 2020 ball rolling.
Round One of the 2020 series returns to the jungle of Manizales, Colombia. The crowds turn out in force for the opening urban stage, but then it’s into the slick rainforest where the dirt is sticky and slow.
Lo Barnechea, Chile and the high Andes plays host to round two, where Sam Hill turned his nose up at the infamous anti-grip and showed how to ride in the testing conditions.
The super tech of Montagnes Du Caroux will hopefully be free of any doping scandals for round three, accidental or otherwise, in 2020, and should the rain come, this one will sort the wheat from the chaff.
Val di Fassa was a worthy addition to the 2019 calendar with the heat, distance and altitude all playing a part. Round four of the 2020 series will be held here high in the Dolomites.
The only event to feature two different countries returns to Petzen and Jamnica for round five, with it’s mountain mining tunnels and wicked singletrack.
Crankworx Whistler hosts round six and can Jesse Melamed recover from mangling himself in Europe this year, get back on the pace and bag another famous home victory?
Under the watchful eye of the Matterhorn will your 2020 series champions be crowned. Zermatt is the seventh and final round of the series before the Trophy of Nations heads to Liguria for some rainbow stripe action.
Full details of all the 2020 Enduro World Series events can be found on their website here.