FIM Europe and promoters Maxim have announces the 2024 Enduro European Championship provisional calendar – four-round series to visit historic locations from southern to northern Europe.

The 2024 European Enduro Championship has some classic venues lined up for next season. Popular both as a feeder championship for the EnduroGP world series but equally (maybe more so) as a series where you’ll find “proper” enduro competition, the ’24 calendar looks once again to visit some of Europe’s better-known venues.

Next year’s four-round series – with eight points scoring days – will run from March until November with the Italian town of Castiglion Fiorentino, already a European and EnduroGP World Championship host, kicking things off. 

A short hop down to San Marino in June will be new however as the republic state near Rimini has never hosted an European Enduro race in history.

Riders will head north in August to Sipoo in Finland and the final in Woltersdorf, Germany at the beginning of November with both races also being historically classic venues for European and World Enduro Championships.


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