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European Enduro Series 2014

Some of the best and most popular Enduro races in Europe will be united to form the new European Enduro Series. With six interesting venues spanning five different countries it will become the missing puzzle piece between national series and the Enduro World Series.

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Race Dates 2014

  • 12./13.04.2014 #1 Punta Ala (ITA)
  • 05./06.07.2014 #2 Flims (SUI)
  • 26./27.07.2014 #3 Kronplatz (ITA)
  • 23./24.08.2014 #4 Reschenpass (AUT)
  • 06./07.09.2014 #5 Maribor (SLO)
  • 27./28.09.2014 #6 Treuchtlingen (GER)

Additional info:

What level of rider is the series aimed at?
The series is for everybody, from amateur to pro riders. The participants of the Men categories can choose between Pro and Amateur level during the registration process. For the Pro Men and Masters class (from 1984 YoB) an UCI-Licence is reguired. The Amateur class is open for licence and non-licence riders.

What’s the racing format?
The races are held over a weekend. Saturday involves free training with an optional prologue and the main race is held on Sunday. Attention: The race in Riva is from Wednesday till Friday. At the number board handing out the starter lends on pawn a transponder. The pawn amounts to 50,- €. The pawn will refund when returning the intact transponder after race.

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What timing system is used? When do the racers get their results?
The series uses cutting edge active transponders with software solutions by Racement. The results will be announced about half an hour after the last rider has finished the race.

What protection has to be worn?
It is obligatory to wear knee protection and a full face helmet on the special stages. Moreover, protectors for elbows and back are recommended. european-enduro-series-2014-3

Is the race open for everybody or only for riders with a valid license?
The races are open for both licensed and non-licensed riders. There are two categories: Pros and amateurs. For the races in Italy and Austria all participants without a licence of the UCI have to effect an insurance on-site. This insurance is obligatory, that means a participation is impossible without the insurance. In addition, the riders without an UCI licence need a special medical certificate to participate in the races in Italy.

Costs and entry fees
The fee to attend the race is 50,- €. At the number board handing out the starter lends on pawn a transponder. The pawn amounts to 50,- €. Insurance fees for one day are 15,- € in Austria and 30,- € in Italy.

Mehr Infos: www.enduroseries.eu