Prime Stadium Events, promoters of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship, have announce an extension to the successful partnership with Polisport for the 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship season.

The renewed agreement between off-road motorcycle and bicycle parts specialists and the enduro world championship series involves the naming of the Polisport Extreme Test at every round during 2024, as well as title sponsorship of what will be known as the Polisport GP of Italy and the Polisport GP of Slovakia.

Polisport is a Portuguese company that specialises in providing accessories and parts for bicycles and off-road motorcycles. The brand is committed to supporting the sport of enduro and will be present at EnduroGP races in 2024 through their partnership with the series, having named the extreme test and the GPs of Italy and Slovakia, and through their many sponsorships of leading teams and riders. EnduroGP is extremely pleased to continue this partnership, as Polisport is one of the leading brands in the off-road motorcycle world.

The seven-round 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship season kicks off on April 5-7 with a Portuguese double-header, beginning in Fafe then heading to Valpacos, as the world’s best enduro racers come together for another year to battle for world championship titles. As well as visiting Italy, Slovakia, and France, the series will return to Romania and the UK, two countries that have not hosted EnduroGP competition in many years.

Carla Alvarenga – Prime Stadium Eventos Managing Director: “As we gear up for the start of what will be another great year of EnduroGP competition, we are thrilled to once again be partnering with Polisport. A long-term supporter of the series, in 2024, Polisport will increase their support and commitment to EnduroGP becoming not only the official partner of the Polisport Extreme Test, but also the event title sponsor of both the Polisport GP of Italy and the Polisport GP of Slovakia.”

2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship Calendar:

Round 1 – GP of Portugal, Fafe – April 5-7 

Round 2 – GP of Portugal II, Valpacos – April 12-14 

Round 3 – GP of Romania, Bacau – May 10-12 

Round 4 – Polisport GP of Italy, Bettola – June 21-23 

Round 5 – Polisport GP of Slovakia, Gelnica – July 12-14 

Round 6 – GP of Wales, Rhayader – August 2-4 

Round 7 – GP of France, Brioude – September 13-15

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