The Enduro World Series (EWS) has announced that round three in Olargues, France has been added to the list of races postponed in an effort to help contain the global spread of Covid-19. This follows the announcement that rounds one & two, previously due to take place in March and April have been rearranged to November.
EWS Olargues Postponed
From the Enduro World Series:
Round one scheduled to take place in Manizales, Colombia at the end of the month has been moved to the weekend of 6-7 November whilst round two that was due to take place on April 4-5 in Farellones, Chile will now take place on 14-15 November 2020. Round three in Montagnes Du Caroux, France which was due to take place on May 23-24 will now be held on the weekend of October 3-4.
Chris Ball, Managing Director of the Enduro World Series, said: “In order to best protect all staff, riders, fans and act in the most responsible way possible in the world’s current situation, we have made the decision to postpone our first three rounds. We hope the early decision of these date change helps to remove stress from a situation that is causing us all a great deal of difficulty. We look forward to getting our season started later in the year and thank all of our partners and staff for their support in these challenging times.”