EnduroGP of Wales is pleased to announce a partnership with Forsiteservices, which will see the highly anticipated enduro event returning to UK soil and officially named the Forsiteservices EnduroGP of Wales.

Coming to Rhayader, Mid Wales, from 2-4 August, the penultimate round of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship is set to be an incredible weekend of enduro action.

Forsiteservices are a fabrication company specialising in architectural, agricultural, and industrial structural steels, based in Newtown, Powys, close to the EnduroGP of Wales. Forsiteservices’ Managing Director Tim Foreman has long been involved in enduro, having participated in both the British Enduro Championship and international enduro events for many years, before switching his focus to the Dakar Rally. The company is committed to supporting enduro sport and jumped at the opportunity to play their part in ensuring the EnduroGP World Championship and the world’s best enduro riders come to Mid Wales.

The Forsiteservices EnduroGP of Wales is set to deliver three days of unmissable action and entertainment, set in the enduro heartland of Rhayader, Mid Wales. From 2-4 August, the world’s best enduro riders will take to the Welsh countryside for round six of the 2024 EnduroGP World Championship. Beginning with the exciting Super Test on Friday evening, two full days of timecard enduro racing will follow during Saturday and Sunday in what is sure to be a weekend not to be missed!

Early Bird tickets are available to purchase now: www.endurogp.wales/tickets/

Adam Rees – Event Director, Forsiteservices EnduroGP of Wales: “We are thrilled and hugely grateful to have Forsiteservices on board as title sponsor for the 2024 EnduroGP of Wales. We are proud to partner with a local business that is on the up and up, especially one that has supported enduro for so long and shares our vision for bringing international enduro sport back to Mid Wales.”

Tim Foreman – Managing Director, Forsiteservices: “Forsiteservices are delighted to be sponsoring the EnduroGP of Wales. As everyone involved with enduro in the UK knows, it’s been a long time since the world championship last came to Wales. So, to play a part in assisting the Rhayader Motor Club and Saintswell Events host a round of this year’s championship is a real honour. We know just how much work is being put in behind the scenes in readiness for the event, and we can’t wait for August and what will be an incredible weekend of racing.”