Spanish brand Galfer, the world’s leading producer of braking systems for two-wheel sports, will be an official sponsor of the FIM SuperEnduro 2023 World Championship, thus further expanding its substantial sponsorship activity next year alongside the top MotoGP, WSBK, EnduroGP, MXGP and TrialGP teams.
Six events are scheduled for the 2023 season of the SuperEnduro World Championship, with the eagerly awaited first round in Krakow, Poland on Saturday 10 December 2022. In January 2023 it is the turn of Riesa in Germany, followed by races in Hungary (Budapest) and France (Nice) in February. The last two races will be held in Jerusalem (Israel) at the beginning of March 2023 and Gliwice (Poland), which will round off the championship on 18 March. All the races will be held in high-capacity venues in popular cities where it will be easy for spectators to attend the events.
Always well-known and appreciated in the Enduro world as being synonymous with high quality and guaranteed performance, Galfer has been the number one choice among the top teams and riders in the Enduro World Championship for years. They triumphed again this year with 4 world titles, two for Sherco rider Zach Pichon (Junior 1 and Junior Overall), one for Brad Freeman, a Beta Factory Enduro Team (E3) rider and one for Australia’s Wil Ruprecht of the TM Racing Factory Team, who graduated as 2022 world champion in the E2 category.
Among the Galfer riders who will compete in the 2023 SuperEnduro World Championship is the new 2022 AMA EnduroCross Champion, Jonny Walker, whom we would like to congratulate once again on his fantastic success and wish him a successful season equipping his Beta bike with Galfer brake discs and pads (Disc Wave® FLS & W and Racing G1396R sintered pads).
FIM SUPERENDURO 2023 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CALENDAR
10 Dec – GP Poland (Krakow/Tauron Arena)
07 Jan – GP Germany (Riesa/Sachsen Arena)
04 Feb – GP Hungary (Budapest/Papp Lazslo Sportarena)
18 Feb – GP France (Nice/Palais Nikaia)
02 Mar – GP Israel (Jerusalem/Pais Arena)
18 Mar – GP Poland (Gliwice/Arena Gliwice)