The calendar for the 2020 FIM Trial World Championship has been released with an extended series next year taking in seven rounds and nine points-paying days.
The TrialGP and Trial2 classes will contest every round, TrialGP Women will compete over a four-round championship with five scoring days, Trial125 gets seven scoring days spread across five rounds and Trial2 Women will compete over three rounds and three days of competition.
The TrialE Cup will also be decided over three rounds and three days after an extra date was added to next year’s series.
The championship gets under way on May 23-24 at Sokolov in the Czech Republic – the venue for the 2018 FIM Trial des Nations – before heading to the Twin Ring Motegi circuit in Japan on June 5-7 where the riders will have two days of competition. From here the series moves to Sant Julia in Andorra on June 20-21 and then it’s on to Tolmezzo in Italy on July 4-5.
TrialGP Great Britain is back on the calendar for 2020 with points at stake over two days of competition at Tong over the weekend of July 10-12 followed, after the traditional summer break, by the sixth round at Cahors in France on August 29-30 before the series signs off on September 5-6 at Pobladura de las Regueras in Spain.
The FIM Trial des Nations and Women’s Trial des Nations will take place at Gouveia in Portugal on September 12-13.
TrialGP Women will be in action in the Czech Republic, Japan, Andorra and Spain with the Trial2 Women class joining them at every round apart from Japan. Trial125 riders will compete in Japan, Italy, Great Britain, France and Spain and the FIM TrialE Cup will be decided in Andorra, Italy and France.