by Dave Anderson
February 19, 2014
Remember there are two possible categories for entry, places for which (apart from the pre-registered team and reserve list riders) will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are a total of 400 rider places in E1 (which will include all the team/elite entries) and 200 available for E2. This category has a less strict approach to liaison times, and the last part of the course may be slightly shortened to allow for this. E2 riders will still have to complete both days racing and should be prepared to ride all technical stages.
You can choose your category (E1 or E2).
There is no selection process for the public/general entry places.
If you do not get a place in E1, you will not automatically get a place in E2.
No licence is required.
Your own insurance is strongly recommended.
If the event sells out, a waiting list will be put in place.
There may be additional places released, end April 2014.
Entry to the Enduro World Series can be done here