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World Enduro Super Series Announces Eight Round 2019 Championship

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World Enduro Super Series Announces Eight Round 2019 Championship
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The World Enduro Super Series has announced an eight-round championship for the 2019 season.

With two additional Classic Enduro events scheduled for the coming season, combined with established Hard Enduro favourites, plus the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country, the 2019 WESS championship will offer a true test of Enduro skills when the battle to become the 2019 Ultimate Enduro Championship begins.

Successfully playing host to the inaugural round of WESS, Extreme XL Lagares will open the new season in Portugal, on May 10-12, for three days of incredible Hard Enduro racing. Mixing Endurocross, Urban and Hard Enduro action together, round one will be exciting and spectacular.

The series moves directly on to France and Classic Enduro at the Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV, the following weekend. Three days of traditional timecard racing will see competitors cover over 600 kilometres of riding across idyllic French countryside.
World Enduro Super Series Announces Eight Round 2019 Championship
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Then, it‰Ûªs battle stations once more for the iconic Erzbergrodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble in Austria. World-renowned as the toughest single day Enduro, up to 1,800 riders will vie for one of the 500 places available on Sunday‰Ûªs start line.

Provisionally scheduled for late June / early July in Italy, round four will see a new addition to WESS and the second Classic Enduro of the year. Marking the halfway point in the season, the infamous Red Bull Romaniacs will serve up five unforgettable days of Hard Enduro racing for round five on June 30-August 4.

In September the championship charges onwards to the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country in the United Kingdom for round six. Despite a late addition to the 2018 schedule, the event delivered some of the most exciting racing of the series as riders went bar-to-bar around the sandy, high-speed Shropshire circuit.
World Enduro Super Series Announces Eight Round 2019 Championship
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The penultimate round features the third Classic Enduro event, called Solsona Enduro in Spain in early October. Set to sign off the 2019 championship in style is the GetzenRodeo in Germany on November 2-3. A long-established Hard Enduro, the event is incredibly popular with riders and attracts on average over 10,000 spectators for each edition, ensuring a spectacular, memorable and fitting venue to crown the 2019 Ultimate Enduro Champion.

‰ÛÏIt gives us great pleasure to announce the schedule for the 2019 World Enduro Super Series," Philipp Stossier - WESS Managing Director, said. "After what‰Ûªs been an incredibly successful debut season of WESS, we‰Ûªve worked tirelessly to bring together what we feel is an Enduro championship that both competitors and fans of the sport want. Listening closely to a wide range of opinions and ideas, while working jointly with event organisers, we have been able to improve the schedule for 2019. We can‰Ûªt wait for the new WESS championship to get started.‰Û
World Enduro Super Series Announces Eight Round 2019 Championship
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WORLD ENDURO SUPER SERIES ‰ÛÒ 2019 SCHEDULE
Round 1: Extreme XL Lagares (Portugal) May 10-12
Round 2: Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV (France) May 17-19
Round 3: Erzbergrodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble (Austria) May 30-June 2
Round 4: Classic Enduro (Italy) TBA
Round 5: Red Bull Romaniacs (Romania) July 30-August 4
Round 6: Hawkstone Park Cross Country (United Kingdom) September 21-22
Round 7: Solsona Enduro (Spain) October 5-6
Round 8: GetzenRodeo (Germany) November 2-3

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