The Continental Series sit between local Qualifying events and the Enduro World Series and gives riders the chance to win an international title.
Designed to provide an elevated platform for riders wanting to race on a bigger stage than a national race - but with lower travel costs and more a acheiveable level of racing for aspiring pros than an EWS.
Each individual series comprises of a maximum of 4 rounds to keep the costs and pressure on the riders low. Each series winner in each EWS category is crowned the Continental Series Champion.
Find the full Continental Event calendar HERE.
Entries available directly through the individual event organizers.
Want to host or organise an EWS Continental event? Apply HERE
Round 1 | 28 April 2019
Enduro Salines Spain | Massanet de Cabrenys Catalonia ESP
entries open : https://sportmaniacs.com/es/services/inscription/enduro-salines-riders-boutique-2019
Round 2 | 19 May 2019
POC Scottish Enduro Series | Innerleithen, SCO
entries open : https://www.sientries.co.uk/login/login.php
Round 3 | 22 June 2019
Black Hole Enduro | Petzen Jamnica AUT/SLO
entries open January 10
Round 4 | 07 September 2019
Coupe de France | Loudenvielle FRA
entries open January 21
|1||4–5 August 2018||Aspen Snowmass, CO, USA|
|2||25–26 August 2018||Northstar, CA, USA|
|3||15–16 September 2018||Burke, VT, USA|
|1||23–24 June 2018||Canazei, Italy|
|2||28–29 July 2018||Les Orres, France|
|3||14–15 September 2018||Zermatt, Switzerland|
|4||13–14 October 2018||Fort William, Scotland|
|1||10–11 November 2018||Derby, Tasmania, Australia|
|2||1–2 December 2018||Mt Buller, Australia|
|3||9–10 February 2019||Nelson, New Zealand|
|4||16 February 2019||Christchurch, New Zealand|
Series champions will be confirmed in February.
Results from the first 2 rounds in Australia will be included in the 2018 EWS Global Rankings. Results from the last 2 rounds in New Zealand will be included in the 2019 EWS Global Ranking Points.