Next year is shaping up to be another cracking mountain bike season with the Gravity Enduro Ireland Series announcing their 2020 championship. They will also host the Irish Enduro Championship too.
Downsizing from five rounds to four for 2020, series organisers are promising a better-focused and challenging championship for competitors.
Picking their best venues on offer, each round will feature a 30-kilometre loop with six timed stages – that’s one more than in 2019 – ensuring more competitive racing and a proper test of endurance for all.
Giver the beans! Rowdy riding and a savage day's craic had at Carrick for the final stop of the 2019 Gravity Enduro Ireland. Here's a quick 60-second mashup, longer edit to follow… Braap!
Posted by Freewheelin' on Tuesday, 10 September 2019
Although predominantly Wicklow based with Djouce, Ballinastoe and Carrick, the championship charges to Killaloe in Clare for round two.
Killaloe, which proved a hit among many for 2019, will also double up as the 2020 Cycling Ireland National Enduro Championship on June 6/7.
The fabled home of Irish Enduro, Carrick will mark a fitting end to the 2020 campaign on September 5/6.
2020 Vitus Gravity Enduro Ireland Series
- Round 1: May 16/17 – Djouce, Co. Wicklow
- Round 2: June 6/7 – Killaloe, Co. Clare
- Round 3: August 22/23 – Ballinastoe, Co. Wicklow
- Round 4: September 5/6 – Carrick, Co. Wicklow
2020 race calender, lock it in!Our four best venues, expect the most technical trails on offer, 6 stages and a 30km…
Check out the dates for the 2020 Vitus First Tracks Enduro Cup and Irish Downhill series in the links below:
Cycling Ireland have also just confirmed the return of the Rás Tailteann for 2020. Click the link for that story.