The EWS has announced today that the Orlargues and Petzen Jamnica Rounds, which were originally scheduled to take place in October, have been cancelled and the rounds in Pietra Ligure (September 19/20) and Finale Ligure (September 26/27) will now bring the season to a close.
The EWS kicked off the international race season in Zermatt with a joint EWS and EWS-E race and it will now run a three round series that will be finished by the end of September. The decision to cancel the rounds in France and Austria / Slovenia was made in agreement with the local organising committees of each venue, where it was mutually decided that the two Italian rounds are a natural end point for the 2020 season.
Before the end of the month, Pietra Ligure will make its EWS debut with a pro-only round of the EWS and EWS-E then Finale Ligure will reclaim its place as the traditional season ender with a round of the EWS and the Rider Trophy. Neither of these rounds will count towards overall titles as these have already been postponed this year.
Riders entered into the Montagnes du Caroux and Petzen Jamnica races will be contacted directly.