2025 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship calendar revealed

2025 Fim Superenduro World Championship Calendar RevealedThe 2025 season will consist of seven rounds in six countries and will begin on 14 December, 2024 in Gliwice (Poland).

The next two events in January will take the competitors to Riesa (Germany) and Cluj-Napoca (Romania).

On 1 February , the SuperEnduro riders will travel to Łódź (Poland) and then just a week later, the spotlight will be on Budapest (Hungary).

After a three-week break, the competitors will meet again on 1 March in Newcastle (United Kingdom), hometown of current FIM SuperEnduro World Champion Billy Bolt.

The final round of the 2025 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship will take place one week later, on 8 March, in Liévin (France).

Tomek Gagat, CEO of Sport UP Agency said: “We are all fired up and cannot wait to take SuperEnduro fans for a ride with us on this exciting journey. Sport UP Agency brings a new energy and bottomless passion that will fuel the development of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship series. Join us on our ride, it will be electrifying.”

John Collins, FIM Enduro Director added: “Next year will mark an exciting and fresh chapter for the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship, the 2025 calendar reinforces the strength of the series, which is sure to grow under the leadership of our new promoter Sport UP Agency. 2025 will be an intense schedule and should deliver a campaign packed with great action and entertainment for the fans.”

2025 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship calendar

  • 14 December 2024 – Gliwice / PreZero – Arena – Poland – PZM
  • 4 January  – Riesa / WT Energiesysteme Arena – Germany  – DMSB
  • 18 January  – Cluj-Napoca / BTArena  – Romania – FRM
  • 1 February  – Lodz / Atlas Arena – Poland  – PZM
  • 8 February  – Budapest / MVM Dome  – Hungary – MAMS
  • 1 March – Newcastle / Utilita Arena – Great Britain  – ACU
  • 8 March  – Liévin / Arena Stade Couvert – France – FFM