The 2023 FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy will run from October 18-21 around the Spanish town of Alp in the Cerdanya region of the Pyrenees.

After debuting at the 2016 FIM International Six Days of Enduro in Spain, the Enduro Vintage Trophy has evolved to become a stand-alone event. In 2021 the Italian island of Elba in the Mediterranean Sea hosted the event and the Italian’s have proved dominant in recent years as it continues to grow.

Last year’s event in Portugal took another step it seemed with a festival of vintage enduro atmosphere surrounding the multi-day competition.

The 2023 edition will be staged by the Spanish Federation, RFME, with the tests being held between the towns of Fontanals de Cerdanya and Alp, close to the borders with Andorra and France across four days from Wednesday October 18 to Saturday 21.

The event features three main categories – the Vintage Veterans Trophy for three-rider national teams all with riders over the age of 50, the Vintage Silver Vase Club for three-rider teams all with riders over the age of 40 and the Vintage Women Club Team for three riders aged over 25 as on January 1 of this year.

Individual entries are also welcomed, with the machines being split into five period classes ranging from 1975 to 1991.

The FIM say more news regarding registrations will be announced soon.

Event regulations for classes and more:

Event highlights from 2022


Photo Credit: Nuno Laranjeira