Enduro World Series Releases 11 Round Race Calendar for 2022

Jun 4, 2021 at 4:08
by James Smurthwaite  
Kate Winton making easy work of the Billy Epic chute.

The EWS has today released its largest-ever calendar for 2022 with 11 EWS rounds, five EWS-E rounds and the return of the Trophy of Nations.


The series is broken up into four distinct blocks. The first one consists of three races in the southern hemisphere followed by three European races with a standalone EWS-E round, then it's across the Pond for three North American races and finally back to Europe to finish off the season with two more EWS races and the Trophy of Nations.

There are four new venues in store for 2022 as well. The first will be the season kick-off in Maydena in the south of Tasmania, this will be a pro-only round to reflect its steep and unflinchingly technical trails. After Derby, the southern hemisphere block will be bookended by another new round - Nelson. Situated on the northern tip of the South Island, this small city is famous for clocking up the most sunshine hours in the country and its steep and natural trails.

The two other new venues come in what is sure to be a manic week of racing on the east coast of the USA. Burke and Sugarloaf will mark the first time the States has hosted back-to-back EWS races, and these East Coast venues are sure to do it in style.

bigquotesWe’ve been working to learn and evolve through 2020 and 2021 and have put as much of that experience into a new, exciting and innovative calendar for 2022.

There’s new venues and more rounds but lower travel impacts and more action. We’re grouping rounds by region into blocks of three or four events, making travel easier, cheaper and giving our fans more to get excited about.

Privateers concerned about cost will have mini-titles within the season to aim for that will also help pro athletes manage injury and we’re back in the USA and in Tasmania not once but twice with epic back-to-back racing. Pro-only, regional focus and the best cadence of an EWS season to date, our team is emerging from a hard time for events and sport with more energy and excitement than ever before.
Chris Ball, Managing Director of the Enduro World Series

2022 Enduro World Series Full calendar

Enduro World Series

26 March: Maydena Tasmania, AUS
2-3 April: Derby, AUS
9 April: Nelson, NZL
4 June: Innerleithen, GBR
18 June: Petzen Jamnica, SLO
25 June: Canazei, ITA
6 August: Whistler, CAN
13 August: Burke, USA
20 August: Sugarloaf Maine, USA
17 September: Crans-Montana, SUI
24 September: Loudenvielle, FRA

EWS-E
4 June: Innerleithen, GBR
18 June: Petzen Jamnica, SLO
2 July: Valberg, FRA
17 September: Crans-Montana, SUI
1 October: Finale Ligure, ITA


Trophy of Nations
1-2 October: Finale Ligure, ITA


More info, here


121 Comments

  • 139 1
 BURKE AND SUGARLOAF LFG, 2 races within 3 hours of my house! Is this what it feels like to live in Europe?
  • 31 1
 More like what it feels like living in the France - Italy border,I guess.
  • 139 3
 Well, that and croissants and free healthcare
  • 15 0
 Seriously dude - Beast coast coming in hot!!
  • 3 0
 Back to back weekends too. YEWWW
  • 3 6
 Of course both the Northeast rounds happen while I’m at Boy Scout cap in NH. Arggghhhh!
  • 7 0
 @shepridesbikes: you don’t have to go… ews sounds more fun.
  • 19 2
 @cheezario: "free". My discounted paycheck items say otherwise
  • 6 2
 @Arierep: My pay cut and my physiotherapy sessions say otherwise too
  • 10 0
 @shepridesbikes: That one time, at scout camp, that I missed the EWS.....
  • 4 1
 @cheezario: Croissants yes but healthcare here is not free but a lot cheaper than in the U.S.
  • 14 1
 @NoriDori: I’m not sure most of us realize how expensive health care is in the US,
People make a conscious choice about whether or not their bank account can take going to see the doctor. It’s a thought that has never crossed my mind, and I’m glad, as our my parents and wife, that its never had to be a concern.

In Canada, and most of Europe, it’s essentially a free service, and I think its fooking amazing.

Last year, a friend was heli-lifted off the hill, with a 15min flight to the hospital. She received exceptional care, and was out the door in 6 or so hours.
Follow up calls and visits, and is back on the bike in 3 months.
I can only imagine what that would have cost South of this border, US friends, chime in here and give me an estimate
  • 5 0
 @onawalk: my wife had to be airlifted from Mammoth to Reno. Flight alone was $90K USD. Add in 7 days in the hospital and it was well over $200K USD.
  • 4 0
 @onawalk: I took a 1hr ambulance ride to the hospital cost was right around 7k and surgery after was around 25k that was without insurance. With insurance my last ER visit was still around 5k but no ambulance ride and I’m paying 500 a month (discounted rate) for insurance.
  • 4 3
 @Arierep: came here to say same! Nothing is free in this life.
  • 6 0
 @onawalk: I imagine they would just remove a kidney to cover the cost while you were at the hospital
  • 9 19
flag parkisatool (Jun 4, 2021 at 8:36) (Below Threshold)
 @onawalk: It's not free at all, you're just too dumb to understand how taxes work. If americans save the same amount I pay in taxes, they won't have to worry about going to the hospital, ever.
  • 5 4
 @onawalk: sure, there is a price difference that is legitimately up to discussion. But the whole "free" thing gets thrown around way too often.
One more important fact that's often ignored is that in a number of European countries public healthcare is so crappy that a huge chunk of the population ends up paying health insurance anyway
  • 4 1
 @cheezario: at least if you crash, you don't have to do a GoFundMe.
  • 5 0
 @su11y:
Hey,
so i normally take the piss out of americans and the seemingly weird setup on so many aspects of society…

But this is a genuine question:

why, given the costs you talk about, do so many people appose health care reform and a legislation that will lead towards a health care system similar to almost every other developed nation? Ie you don’t go bankrupt pay for insurance or being hospitalized?

Thanks
  • 4 2
 @Almostredbike: the way Obama care worked is the worker making a livable wage pays a lot. . . More than buying private insurance. The big insurance companies will never let go of what they got. But we got guns!
  • 15 1
 @parkisatool: slow down trigger,
No use in calling anyone names, thats not going to help anyone out.

Not sure you’re going to save enough in ‘taxes” to cover a bill like the heli ride out from a ski hill. And that’s just one instance for that person, doesn’t count any of the other times she has seen the doctor, or been to the hospital.

You’re welcome to your opinion, and while I respect a difference of them, your approach is tough to take. I’m all for socialized medicine, I think it gives all of us an opportunity to help those, that might not be able to afford to help themselves.

Be good to one another out there
  • 9 0
 @Arierep: it’s a big discussion,
As far as “free” goes, we are talking semantics here. I’m pro social medicine, i think it’s a great idea.
Whether the system needs review, and possibly corrections every once in a while, sure.

With my lifestyle, and the recreational activities I do, and have done, im happy that I don’t have to question whether separating my shoulder is a potentially a economic life changing situation.

Be good to one another out there
  • 5 0
 @salespunk: Jesus Christ!
That’s devastating

Hoping you and your wife came out of both the accident, and the financial burden better than before.
  • 6 1
 @su11y: I think these kinds of stories are feral eye openers for us here in Canada. I don’t think we know how good we have it
  • 9 0
 @onawalk: dawg, this is a BIG issue with so much complexity on top of more complexity. But in a nutshell, insurance companies have been given free rain of the healthcare system. Congress in the USA makes laws and there are groups of lobbyists (legal bribery) who help steer policy. Insurance companies can hire them to tell congress (by way of campaign contributions) how to make the laws, such as healthcare. It doesn't help that large swaths of the public have been so beaten down by costs (and a lack of education funding) they think its normal. Also the stigmatization of words like "socialized" that have been propagated by generations of people. They think "communism" and the Cold War and have taught their children the same. Honestly, it just keeps going into a dark and depressing spiral. There are a lot of us in the USA who would love socialized medicine and think of our neighbors to the North and across the Pond and how lucky they are to have it. /rant
  • 9 0
 @fakeendurobro: here’s what I know,
I know that I don’t know enough to try and sway anyone’s else’s opinion,
I also know, that others opinions are as valid as mine, and try my best to theirs. Sometimes I’m not successful, and I come off sounding judgemental, I try not to be judgemental.

I have a belief that social medicine is a great way for a society to look after it’s less fortunate. Luckily, I’m relatively fortunate, and have been able to participate in recreational activities that are risky, I haven’t always come out unscathed. I live in a place that looks after that, granted I pay a portion of those costs, but I am one who uses those resources a lot more than others, and am fortunate to be able to do so.

I also believe that there are 3 areas of society that should never be run for profit, these aren’t the only three, and again, simply my opinion.

1. The welfare of those at risk (children, elderly, decreased mentally capacity, those incarcerated, etc)
2. Heathcare (mental, dental, physical, and all other forms)
3. Education.

Again, I believe (you might not, but that’s cool)there should be equal access to all of these.
@fakeendurobro this is not directed specifically at you, yo IHA even some compelling arguments, and I believe you are correct in some of your statements. It’s a big convoluted world out there, and I’m just rippin through it.

Be good to one another out there
  • 11 0
 @Almostredbike: It's complex, but it boils down to this: We have a FOR PROFIT healthcare system that has a large amount of influence on the folks who make our laws.
  • 2 0
 @onawalk: she is all good.
  • 2 0
 @fakeendurobro: interesting points. A poignant one for me is the one about people being used to it so they just consider it normal and get on with it. That’s much like the system of car insurance in the UK which to me is a total rip off... because I’ve lived in a few places and this system here is by far the worst of any country. Every person has to have a personal insurance policy to cover them to drive a particular car. In most places the insurance seems to go with the car, not the driver. The UK government just stands aside as the insurance companies make billions in profit from selling a “product” that’s a legal requirement. It’s insane! Totes should be provided by the government on a not for profit basis, since everyone drives a car and everyone has to have it to drive that car legally.
But at least I can have a phone call with a doctor without paying on the spot every time.
  • 3 0
 @onawalk: no worries about having an opinion. I agree fully with your list and sadly in the USA these kinds of services are for profit run. Many of them do receive subsidies from the government but that in itself presents problems; mostly from cost savings by companies tasked to care for the vulnerable. We pay hefty taxes at the city, county, state and federal level and receive very little for them (especially funding for schools as that is often a function of property taxes). Other than the biggest military budget many times more than the next several countries combined! Any bit of progress is chipped away by widening gaps between "them" and "us" with tribal mentalities holding people hostage to change. Not to mention the growing inequality in this country. So some people get to ride bikes and take risks out in the woods and have the ability to pay for an accident (me) versus people will go bankrupt in that same scenario. /rant2
  • 1 1
 @Almostredbike: Simple answer… because we are selfish pricks. We would rather take on the risk of paying for our own healthcare and avoid getting sick or injured than to potentially pay for someone who does nit work and does nothing to take care of themselves whatsoever. Unfortunately there are quite a few of those people in this country too.
  • 2 0
 @Almostredbike: I think it’s mainly political and money. I feel like most people would be for socialized medicine as long as it’s done right. Unfortunately with how our political climate is right now we have a distinct split of radical political beliefs on both sides neither willing to agree with each other even if it’s for the benefit of the people.
  • 2 0
 @primetime4: honestly dude, i think most of us (polling has showed most [~70%] of US citizens) prefer a single payer insurance program. It's a certain group of congress people (Rs and Ds) who are fighting teeth and nail to not adopt this kind of socialized medicine. idk, i hate bringing this shit up but riding mtb is inherently dangerous (as is most forms of bicycle riding) but why shouldn't people be able to do so? i know people who think i'm nuts for doing it, especially after some pretty serious injuries. but having good insurance has been at least a small amount to keep me going back up the hill. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • 4 0
 @primetime4: here’s my take,
Again, I dont mean any judgement, or to put you on blast (heard that from the kids).
I have a hard time to believe that anyone chooses to be homeless, or leech off society. I believe not everyone is equipped to succeed in our current profit-at-all-cost system.
I DO believe it’s is OUR responsibility to build up each and every one us, regardless of creed, colour, sexual orientation, or gender. I DO believe every one of us can do better, be better, and act better.
I believe that building YOU up, and YOU being more successful, in turn makes me more successful.
I refuse to believe that anyone “leeches” off society, or doesn’t do their part, I believe we have failed them. That we have not discovered what their value is, and have failed to lift them up so they can succeed.

Whew, I’ll climb down from my soapbox, but I do include myself as someone who can do better.

Be good to one another
  • 1 0
 @onawalk: Hey man… that was well said and legitimately inspiring. I cant say that I’m where you are at but I’m trying to get there. Keep riding.
  • 2 1
 @onawalk: shades of grey. What you say is right, but I guess we all differ in the amount of responsibility we take for other people. I’m of the opinion that if the government provides education, food and accommodation to those who can’t provide those things for themselves, then the government has done all it can do and society has no responsibility to help those people further. I’ve got my own life and my own kids, my own family, my parents and friends to look after and look out for. There are many countries in the world - probably most countries to be honest - where you don’t get anything if you don’t make it yourself. Just being allowed to go to school without paying is an amazing gift. If people can’t see that and take advantage, I wash my hands of them. My conscience is clear. You were given a chance and you didn’t take it. There is nothing more that can reasonably be done for you by society as a whole.
Some people are more caring, more inclined to help or give to others. I’m not against people doing that, but I personally don’t want to. If it was my brother who was homeless or my father then I would take them in, but I also know from my mother who was a social worker that a lot of homeless in the UK get taken off the streets by social services, given accommodation, sell everything in said accommodation and end up homeless again because they are not capable of functioning like a human between the 5th to 95th percentile.
I guess the question is, how many times do you pull someone out of the river if you know they are going to turn around and jump straight back in? I would say 2 or three times is a fair number.
  • 1 0
 No, in Europe you would have free healthcare and more people on e bikes.
  • 1 0
 @onawalk: my 15min helio ride and ER visit would have been $42,000 if I didn’t have the coverage I do. $37,770 exact bill for helicopter ride.
  • 1 0
 can someone who the UCI this and get a decent DH tour going with double the rounds and more locations
  • 2 0
 It’s a big bad world out there, and we are all just struggling to get by, make the most, and achieve our own version of success.
We could discuss systemic oppression, and societal challenges, and blah, blah, blah, but I’m tired of it, and so is everyone else. It only serves as an excuse to justify our behaviour.

You made some valid points about areas of the world that maybe don’t have the same opportunities that you and I have been afforded, but just because “they” don’t have them, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t support them. (Not saying that was what you said). Our support of those around us does not come at our own expense, in fact long term, i think it benefits all of us!

Imagine if we didn’t put a limit on our compassion, or willingness to support,
Imagine, if instead of putting stipulations on who, where, or when we supported one another, we did so with reckless abandon.
Imagine if, we all, every last f*cking one of us, did everything we could to support, lift up, and promote each other.
Imagine if that support came without strings, without the need to have it paid back, and without limit?

Imagine what we could achieve,
Let’s try it, what on earth could we possibly lose here?

Be good to one another out there
  • 1 0
 @Arierep: I have a mid to upper tier insurance plan that I paid in the ball park of 5k for last year. I ended up needing to go to the e.r. and get 8 stitches in my shin last fall. I was actually with a doctor for 30 or less minutes. I paid $1600 out of pocket for it...
  • 2 0
 @lyfcycles: I paid 50 000$ in taxes last yesr and didn’t go to the hospital once. But sure, keep downvoting me ignorant f*cks
  • 1 1
 @parkisatool: Easy man,
Some quick poking around, based on the flag flown beside your name, you would have earned better than $250,000 Canadian to pay $50,000 in tax. My assumption is that you would have done some serious investing based on that income to help shelter that money, some in reality, would have earned quite a bit more.
Good for you, thats fantastic, I’m stoked for you.
Obviously I only did a small amount of research based on what’s available, but Russia looks to be one of the least taxed nations in the world, at around 13%, with many Western European nations over 30%.

Based on the input from some of our American friends, that heli-ride would have cost around $200,000 USD, which is roughly the same as 1 million Canadian dollars. That’s several years of paying that $50,000/yr in tax t cover that cost, assuming that nothing else happened.

Hoping you can see some of the benefits to socialized medicine, education, etc. It makes us all better, and that helps to again make us all better.

Have a kick ass day, and be good to one another out there!
  • 1 0
 @lyfcycles: So to be clear, you paid out of pocket $1600 for 8 stitches in your shin?
I’m not even sure how to correctly respond to that. It’s a whole different level of oppression, that I struggle to understand.

Be good to one another out there
  • 1 0
 @onawalk: Welcome to Canada mate. And no, I didn't shelter a single penny because yes I am dumb. Don't have to look too far to understand what 50% looks like...

Have a shit day and shout at your neighbor for me would ya? Take your f*cking pink glasses off
  • 1 0
 @onawalk: Yes. When I called them to ask for an itemized bill and tell them that $200 per stitch is asinine, they for some reason decided that it would make me feel better to tell me that with out the negotiations on prices that they do with my insurance company it would have cost over 4k.
  • 1 0
 @parkisatool: People aren't down voting you because of the content of what you said. They are down voting you because you're being an overly aggressive ass hole.
  • 1 0
 @lyfcycles: Some might say total c*nt
  • 1 0
 @parkisatool: some confusion here,
I’m stoked to be here in Canada, and if my 25% taxation is what it costs, I’m not only ok with that, I’m f*ckin stoked.
Could the system be run better? Maybe,
Do I feel a responsibility to make sure I’m doing what I can for everyone else? You bet

Hope you can see the value in sheltering that money in the future, for yourself, for others, etc.

I’m never taking these glasses off, you can borrow them anytime, happy to oblige.

Be good to one another out there
  • 1 0
 @lyfcycles:I feel for ya,
I feel for anyone who has to go through that kind of shit just to get better.

We all have it so good, we are able to argue with people over the internet about crazy things
  • 1 0
 @onawalk: Good for you, in my province it's 50%. I never said I'm not happy here tho, just saying it is completely wrong to say it's ''basically free''. And yeah whatever, I'm trying to save some but cocaine and gambling is fairly expensive. Working on it.

Cheers
  • 13 2
 Eastern states cup will be racing Sugarloaf this summer burning in some tracks. If you want to get in on that race do so once reg opens, it will sell out very fast.
  • 7 0
 Shhh…
  • 4 0
 Sugarloaf needs to get back into DH/lifts again. So much potential.
  • 4 7
 If there was ever a great opportunity to STFU, it would have been this.
  • 2 0
 @neimbc: Lift-served at Sugarloaf is planned as part of the new lift and trail pod planned for 2022-ish.
  • 13 0
 East Coast represent!
  • 10 0
 MSA.Burke.Loaf. August 2022 will be legendary
  • 1 0
 Do you mean Whistler?...Snowshoe is in Sept but no MSA this year Frown
  • 2 0
 @AndrewFleming: Im an idiot. Thanks haha
  • 5 0
 I love how many races they'll be doing next year, this will be great!
Does anybody know why World Cup downhill has always had so few races a season in comparison (I think usually 6 + the world champs)? Is it to keep down cost for teams? You'd think the sponsors get better return on investment if there's more races to show off their riders using their products.
  • 1 0
 As far as I am aware EWS has an agreement with the UCI and isn’t ran but them solely, this gives them much more freedom for sponsorship and organisation of each event. Where as DH is a UCI ran event, and from what I read and hear they are that supportive or flexible when it come to DH which makes sense with the UCI being road race dominate.
  • 3 0
 How many DH bikes vs Trail/Enduro bikes do companies sell?
  • 1 0
 @ridestuff: when you don’t support racing at the local level, have National level teams or much of a World Cup presence, yeah you don’t sell many. Shocking.
  • 9 0
 So what you're saying is... this one goes to 11?
  • 4 0
 Amazing to not only see them plan this many races, but to also respect rider budgets and try to keep logistics in check. Much appreciation for that! As the EWS evolves, it would be cool if they could if they could also realize races in South America, Africa and Asia. To make it a truly global event which the UCI never managed, but the Pumptrack Worlds impressively does. I can definitely see this jive with the sense of adventure and beautiful scenery that we know the EWS for.
  • 3 0
 Looks like a pretty varied calender to me. 2023 all continents please (you can make an exception for antarctica).
Would be great to have races in e.g. South Africa, Lesotho, Chile, Argentina, Central Alps, eastern alps or karpat mountains or even Ural, GB or Ireland, Japan, NZL and Tasmania
  • 4 0
 You've got to consider travel costs for the riders and teams... remember, we know these aren't professionally paid athletes in the same league as soccer, football, baseball, etc. Even the schedule for 2022 is going to drain a lot of folks financially. (but it is exciting for the fans)
  • 1 0
 They will most likely hit those S. America areas in 2023. They are smart to rotate those continents to save in travel every other year.
  • 2 0
 @stevemokan: totally see your point. On the other hand, if you are a privateer from e.g. Africa, Asia or South America you have to travel to another continent to even get a chance to race. And those who are in competition for the overall probably will get the support needed. Whether you travel from europe, to north america and then back to europe or over to Japan probably wouldn't make the biggest difference. Sure there are many european and north american riders, but i'm sure there would be great competition in asia aswell.
But, i have to mention that the EWS had many south american races so far. So they got their contacts. And probably without covid amd politics, it would have been easier to get back there again. Africa and Asia wasn't on the map yet as far as i can remember.
  • 6 0
 Maydena is a great place to ride a bicycle
  • 3 0
 Farkin MAYDENA yeeeeeaaaaaah! And derby too. Strewth.
  • 6 0
 That‘s what I call a race calendar!!
  • 4 0
 Thats a race calendar! Ews is moving forward in the right direction. Imagine 11 rounds of worldcup dh racing..
  • 1 0
 But then the guys who train every day all year long will complain that they're too tired Frown
  • 5 0
 When do we get an EWS Brevard? Make them climb, no lifts in sight.
  • 5 1
 Awesome that a worldwide competition actually travels outside of Europe.
  • 1 0
 I would love it if they provided us a way to watch the races live. Some challenges are insurmountable I suppose. Still...I'd have some buddies over to have a few beers and watch it.
  • 3 0
 funding travel costs as junior or privateer....tough I think.
  • 5 1
 It's a world series...
  • 4 0
 UCI take notes!!
  • 2 0
 Eleven rounds.... fucking yes. That's a bit more like it. 11 world cups plus world champs please
  • 1 0
 Tweed valley round looks like a similar weekend to when fort William often is? Same weekend would be a shame but a week apart could make for a fun week in Scotland
  • 1 0
 I seem to recall anyone can enter these races is that right? How would one go about entering the Scottish round for 2022, and what are the costs/number of spots like etc?
  • 7 6
 There's an entire two continents being missed here with lots of mountains on them. Just sayin'.
  • 2 0
 Hopefully someone can find them!
  • 4 1
 Ah yes, the Everest Enduro Series. Forgot about that one
  • 4 0
 Usually they do NZ/Aus one year, Sth America the next I think.
  • 2 0
 @honda50r: Nepal would be absolutely nuts, looks like someone just took a normal landscape and cranked it to 11
  • 1 0
 @PTyliszczak: Ye, I've seen the riding there before (check out RJ Ripper)
  • 2 0
 Back to scotland, good stuff!!
  • 1 0
 Early June seems a bit of a gamble though. Pack yer woolies just in case.
  • 1 0
 Tasmania represents!!! Two EWS races in my home state! Can’t wait for 2022
  • 1 0
 Arent Burke and Northstar back-to-back this year or did I miss some cancellations or schedule changes somewhere?
  • 1 0
 I now see that the 2021 schedule has changed dramatically. Downvote me to death please.
  • 1 0
 Pinkbike, come to Sugarloaf!!!
  • 1 0
 can we get a UCI DH Schedule with 10+ races! Lets gooooo
  • 2 1
 Need to do a round in Copper Harbor, Michigan
  • 1 0
 now that's a race season! WC DH, take note.
  • 1 0
 Now that’s a good looking series! See you all in March
  • 1 0
 No e-EWS for Nelson, NZ. Shame, raise your game Aorere.nz
  • 1 0
 Does the prize money justify all the travel?
  • 1 0
 Did I miss 2021?
  • 1 0
 It starts in 3 weeks, in Canazai
  • 3 0
 @PTyliszczak: Just was weird to see a 2022 schedule before 2021 even started.
  • 1 0
 Pro-Only? No EWS100?
  • 1 3
 Graphic shows Derby, text leaves it out. What’s up?
  • 2 0
 "Starts in Maydeena.... The southern hemisphere block will be bookended.. by Nelson" It wasn't excluded by the text, just not mentioned.
  • 2 0
 @iamamodel: Oh, now I see it in the race list at the bottom. Got it!
  • 2 0
 @iamamodel: The race list they posted earlier left it off. They fixed the mistake. I’m not crazy!
  • 2 0
 @AndrewFleming: I see they changed it. I can confirm you aren't crazy.
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