The EWS has revamped their registration system, opting this year to open registration in stages starting on January 22nd and ending on February 11th. This will reduce the stress and inconvenience surrounding registration and will give racers more time to decide which rounds they want to participate in. Registration will also open at a time convenient for riders in that round’s host country.
The registration schedule is as follows:
January 22 at 9am NZDT – Entries open for Crankworx Rotorua, New Zealand
January 28th at 5pm GMT – Entries open for Ireland, Scotland and France
February 4th at 9am PST – Entries open for the North American rounds (Whistler and Crested Butte)
February 11th at 5pm CET – Entries open for Zona Zero in Spain and Finale in Italy
Here’s the press release from the EWS:
It doesn’t seem long since Jared Graves and Tracy Moseley were crowned this year’s Enduro World Champions – but in just a month’s time entries will open for the 2015 Enduro World Series.
With eight rounds next year and demand for places expected to be high, this year there will be a phased entry system to try and help as many people as possible secure a spot.
Chris Ball, Managing Director of the Enduro World Series, said: “Next season is shaping up to be incredible – with eight rounds and five new venues it’s going to be our biggest year yet.
“Last year some races sold out in minutes so this year we’ve decided to change up the entry system a little. By opening registration in four stages we hope it’ll be easier for people to enter all the races they want to take part in, as well as grouping together races that are close to each other or on consecutive weekends. We’ve also made sure that the races go on sale at a time that corresponds with the host country, so local riders don’t have to get up in the middle of night to enter their nearest race.”
All registration will take place at enduroworldseries.com/registration
Coverage from last year’s series:
Complete Coverage From The Enduro World Series in Nevados De Chillan