After the extraordinary 2019 season with twelve world titles won, the Spanish GALFER, world leader in the production of braking systems for the two-wheel world, will be theofficial sponsor of the two world championships of Enduro, Enduro GP and Super Enduro for 2020, expanding further important sponsorship activities for the next season which will see it alongside 8 MotoGp teams, 3 WSBK teams, 4 EnduroGP teams, 3 MXGP teams and numerous FIM TrialGP teams.
Five GPs planned for the Super Enduro World Championship with the first highly expected race on Saturday 07 December in Poland followed in January 2020 by two races in Germany and Spain, on February 2020 by the Hungarian stage and closing on 14 March 2020 by the Polish race.
More numerous instead as usual the calendar of the Enduro World Championship that will see Teams and riders involved from April 2020 to October 2020 in a tour of eight GPs between Portugal, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Estonia, Sweden, France and Germany.
Always known and appreciated also in the world of Enduro as a synonym of high quality and performance guarantee Galfer has for years been the number one choice of top Team and top rider in the Enduro World Championship. Also this year winner of three World titles with the Beta Factory Enduro Team with the five times world championSteve Holcombe and the TM Racing Factory Team with the two 2019 world champions of the Junior Andrea Verona and the E2 Loic Larrieu, the Spanish GALFER was also confirmed for the 2020 season as original equipment for the braking system on standard and racing motorcycles for the official teams of the two motorcycle manufacturers.
SCHEDULE FIM SUPER ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
07 Dec GP Poland (Krakow/Tauron Arena)
04 Jan GP Germany (Riesa/SachsenArena)
18 Jan GP Spain (Coliseum da Coruna)
01 Feb GP Hungary (Budapest/Papp Lazslo Sportarena)
14 Mar GP Poland (Łódź/Atlas Arena)
SCHEDULE FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
17 -19 Apr GP Portugal (Marco de Canaveses)
24 -26 Apr GP Spain (Lalin)
05 -07 Jun GP Italy (Spoleto)
12 -14 Jun GP Hungary (Hungaroring)
17 -19 Jul GP Estonia (Saaremaa)
23 -25 Jul GP Sweden (Skövde)
18 -20 Sep GP France (Requista)
16 -18 Oct GP Germany (Zschopau)