The Enduro World Series began in 2013, touring the best trails in the world, over 8 locations, culminating in the crowning of the Enduro World Series Champion.
To compete at EWS riders must first pre-qualify by scoring Global Ranking Points. Riders can start at their local qualifier, travel further to a Continental event in their region, continue to test their level and develop as a rider before taking on the full challenge, an EWS.
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.
At the end of the season, amateur and pro riders are also able to compete in teams of 3 at the Trophy of Nations, a true festival of enduro MTB sport.
EWS: Enduro World Series Champion
Trophy of Nations: Nations Champion (awared the UCI Rainbow Stripes)
North American Series: North American Series Champion
European Series: European Series Champion
Asia-Pacific Series: Asia-Pacific Series Champion
South American Series: South American Series Champion
Qualifiers, EWS100 and EWS80 recieve no titles but do score ranking points.
*only EWS Members score points. What is membership?