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Race OVERVIEW Document

EWS - Reserved List and EWS Team Riders

To compete at the EWS in 2019, riders must prequalify and secure a spot on the EWS Reserved Entry List or be part of an official EWS team.

The Reserved Entry List is comprised of top ranked EWS members from the 2018 EWS Global Rankings (based on the final rankings published on December 3 after after the final qualifier event of the season):

Reserved List riders will be eligible to sign up for any of the 8 rounds during the Reserved Entry period (December 10-11).  Eligible riders will be contacted directly with entry details and instructions.

 


EWS100 / EWS80 - Public Entries

New for 2019!
If you have not pre-qualified, you still have a chance to race an EWS weekend.  Race either the full EWS course (EWS100) or 80% of the course (EWS80 - to be offered at select venues)  - with slightly relaxed rules but all the challenges.

See what EWS100/EWS80 races are right here.

Public entries for the EWS100/EWS80 events all 8 rounds will open in December. Spots will be available on first come first served basis.  

Did you know? If you create your EWS profile and login before you sign up you'll be way faster and have a better chance of claiming a spot in the EWS 100 / EWS 80 events.

 


EWS Qualifier and EWS Continental Series races

The 2019 venues will be announced in January .  Entries will be available directly through the individual event organizers.


Trophy of Nations team race

  • Top 3 ranked Men, Women, U21 Men and U21 Women riders per nation (based on EWS rankings in August) qualify for their National Team.  
  • Anyone can enter a Privateer Team .  Public entries open on January 28
  • Industry teams are open to EWS Official Teams and EWS Supporters
Did you know? Privateer and Industry Teams can be 3 Men, 3 Women or Mixed!

Visit here for more details.


 


Questions? Email: [email protected]