After a one-year break, the 2021 European Enduro Championship will go ahead as planned with round one in April under the experienced organisation team behind the Italian Enduro Championship – 10-round series across four countries.

The season promises to be an exciting one following the involuntary break during 2020, there are hardly any reigning European champions set to contest the new season. That means a clean slate and many titles up for grabs with some promising young talent from the individual countries set to compete particularly in the 125 class which has a strong entry list.

2021 European Enduro Championship calendar:

April 17-18 Castel di Tora, Italy or Moto Club Valturano on Facebook

August 7-9 Plasy, Czech Republic, KP Enduro Club Facebook 

September 18-19 Kielce, Poland,

October 1-3 Hellendoorn, Netherlands

Italy ready and waiting

The Motoclub Valturano were among the many to have the misfortune of not being able to hold a race during 2020, which makes the club all the more motivated to open the 2021 EEC 10 round series.

The club plan three different special tests – a 7.5km Enduro test, 4.5km Cross test and a challenging 1.5km Extreme test – on the 60km lap to be ridden three times.

All the official permits have been obtained and the Covid regulations have already been proven at the two opening rounds of the Italian Enduro Championship.

Rider registration for the competition is not yet closed, so more registrations are still coming in daily from all over Europe.


Enduro21 keeps on top of the European championship news but all information including schedules, results and links can be found on the official website: