Round three of the WESS (World Enduro Super Series), the classic French Trèfle Lozérien enduro, is calling.

Set in the heart of France on June 8, 9, 10, the Trefle Lozerien is a proper classic enduro and a hugely popular event.

The three day race is based in Mende and takes in the Lozère region covering 600 km across three days (200 per day).

600 riders, 15 special tests and great riding around Aubrac, Margeride, Causses and Gorges du Tarn areas. There’s €24,200 total in prize money too if you’re up for it.


  • for more details on the World Enduro Super Series

  • 600 rider entries available

  • Three clover-shaped loops from Mende to Mende

  • 200 km per day, 15 special races of all types

  • One race with a sustainable development approach

  • Over €20,000 bonus payments redistributed to participants

  • 600,000 views for the 2017 edition video


  • Thursday, June 7, 2018: administrative and technical checks

  • Friday, June 8, 2018: Gorges du Tarn circuit

  • Saturday, June 9, 2018: Gévaudan Aubrac circuit

  • Sunday, June 10, 2018: Margeride circuit

Entry details:

  • The course maps and the list of entries will be posted on May 27, 2018.

  • The paddock will welcome you downtown, Place du Foirail, Mende.

  • The race headquarters will be located at the new event space Georges Frêche.

  • Both FIM and FFM licenses are accepted, if you do not have one of them, you will need to take a “1-day event” license (you will also need a medical certificate).

Registrations opened Saturday, February 3, 2018