Next Race: 29-30 October 2021, confirmed (2 days).
Terrain Description: It’s on a military Shooting field, with woods and a mix of dirt and gravel roads with slippery (limestone?). And in a rainy year it´s very muddy.
Racetrack Format: It’s a GNCC format – do as many laps as you can in 3 hours.
Categories: 7 categories: Youth / Veteran / Amateurs / Elite / Senior / Junior and Electric.
Average Daily Riding Time: It’s 1 day for each class. In all classes the driving time is 3 hours. At 3 hours, the light comes on at laps/finish and the driver must then drive off the track. The participant may go out on one last lap before the clock has passed 2:59:59 and complete that lap. So it can also be about 4 hour race.
Racetrack markings: It’s tape all around the track ( 20 km).
GPS Mandatory: Not needed.
Entry Fee: 1195 SEK.
Championship-Race: It’s a part of Swedish enduro Classic (1 of 3 races in Sweden) Also part of Nordic Championship (not hard enduro)
Race History: 1984 was the first time, and has been going on since then. This year it will be the 38th year in row.
Normal/Expected Attendance: About 3000 riders during 2 days.
Nearest Civilisation: Visby on Gotland.
Nearest International Airport: Visby Airport.
Rental Motorcycles: We don’t have that offer here
Race License: Yes, you will need a confirmation from you country’s federation for international competition.
Motorcycle Conditions: Anything is allowed, because the race is on a fenced area.
Typical Weather: Normally it’s autumn, windy and raining. But we had sun and cozy weather 3 years ago. It’s has also been snowing one year.
Sightseeing: The race is held on Sweden’s largest Island, so yes. It’s a popular tourist place. With car you can drive around it see the whole Island and see different things, eat and shopping.
Disclaimer: The above info is supplied directly by the organisers on January 13th 2021. However, always make sure to do your own research if planning on attending this race, as the info could be out-dated.