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X-Trail Championship Continues International Expansion in 2020

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X-Trail Championship Continues International Expansion in 2020
Among the Rounds that will take the world‰Ûªs best X-Trial riders away from their European base in 2020 is X-Trial Quito, Ecuador‰Ûªs capital city scheduled to host the sixth Round of the season on 29th February 2020.

The event will also mark X-Trial‰Ûªs return to Latin America, a crucial step in the planned growth of the sport that intends to include more countries in the coming seasons. The forthcoming X-Trial Quito will also create an additional challenge for the riders, by visiting the General Rumi̱ahui Coliseum next year they will compete for the first time at an incredible altitude of 2,800 metres.

The newly released FIM X-Trial World Championship calendar also features a second venue outside of Europe, with a first trip to La RÌ©union, located close to Madagascar to the south-east of Africa. The 16th November date means that Toni Bou will start the defence of his title in 2019.

In between these overseas fly-aways, the regular European calendar is boosted by the inclusion of the new X-Trial Rennes, which will take place on 23rd November. Meanwhile, four of last season‰Ûªs venues are retained, including: X-Trial Budapest (19th January), X-Trial Barcelona (2nd February) and X-Trial Bilbao (15th February) that keep their dates in the diary.

X-Trial will also make a welcome return to Austria, after a two-year absence, for the fourth X-Trial Wiener Neustadt on 21st March 2020.

Once again the honour of closing the FIM X-Trial World Championship falls to Andorra la Vella; the spectacular scene of last season‰Ûªs finale is back on the calendar on 25th April.

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