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Starting December 9th 2017, dates for a five-round FIM SuperEnduro World Championship have been released.
Sticking with tradition, the 2018 series roars into life in Krakow, Poland on December 9th.
The Tauron Arena was packed to capacity last year and should make a strong start to the series.
Back for a third year, Germany hosts round two at the Sachsen Arena in Riesa, where it promises another sold-out show on January 6th.
The championship then heads south to Malaga in Spain for round three on February 17th.
The Palacio Deportes Martin Carpena hosted a successful one-off race there last February and should make a welcome addition to the calendar.
Staying in Spain, but heading north to Bilbao, round four takes place on March 3rd.
Signing things off in Scandinavia, Lidköping’s Sparbanken Arena in Sweden hosts the final round on March 31st.
2018 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship
Round 1: 9 December 2017 — Tauron Arena, Krakow, Poland
Round 2: 6 January 2018 — Sachsen Arena, Riesa, Germany
Round 3: 17 February 2018 — Palacio Deportes Martin Carpena, Malaga, Spain
Round 4: 3 March 2018 — Bizkaia Arena, Bilbao, Spain
Round 5: 31 March 2018 — Sparbanken Arena, Lidköping, Sweden
Robert LynnEnduro21 Editorrobert@future7media.com