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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.

The first race of the year is in March, when the series heads down under to New Zealand for the inaugural Crankworx Rotorua. Entries for this race will open on Thursday, January 22 at 9am NZDT.

Then on Wednesday, January 28 Ireland, Scotland and France will be available to enter - these will go live at 5pm GMT.

Next up are the North American rounds, with Whistler in Canada and Crested Butte in the USA opening for entry at 9am PST on Wednesday, February 4.

And last but not least, Zona Zero in Spain and Finale in Italy will open their virtual doors on Wednesday, February 11

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 through www.enduroworldseries.com/registration.

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About the Enduro World Series

The Enduro World Series (EWS) was created in October 2012 with the aim of uniting the world's mountain bike enduro racing community. The Enduro World Series links the largest mountain bike enduro events in the world with the best trails possible and exists to deliver the best racing, most relaxed atmosphere and rider-focused organization possible. The team behind the Enduro World Series has one goal - to globally develop and progress the discipline of enduro for the riders, the sport and the industry. With the shared experience of Italian Super Enduro, French Enduro Series, Crankworx and World Cup racing, the Enduro World Series will offer international competitions unlike any before it. The Enduro Mountain Bike Association’s (EMBA) Board of Directors is supported by an industry Advisory Board, to reflect and respond to the riding community, that includes Santa Cruz Bicycles’ Rob Roskopp, SRAM’s Jeremiah Boobar, Fox Shox’ Mark Fitzsimmons and riders Tracy Moseley, Jerome Clementz and Curtis Keene.

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