International Six Days Enduro Qualifier Series dates announced

Cody Webb, 2017 ISDE Club Team Member

East and West regional series to decide
2018 U.S. Club Team members

PICKERINGTON, OH – November22, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –  The American Motorcyclist Association has announced six 2018 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) Qualifier rounds, three each in the East and West regions of the United States.

The ISDE East and West Qualifier Series will be used to determine those who will compete on six of the seven national U.S. Club Teams at the 2018 ISDE in Viña del Mar, Chile, Oct. 22-27.

The events will follow the same sprint enduro format that is used in ISDE test sections.

Five three-member U.S. Club Teams will include the top seven riders from the East Qualifier Series and the top seven riders from the West Qualifier Series, with one additional rider selected by the AMA ISDE Advisory Committee.

The three-member U.S. Senior Club Team will include the top 40-plus rider from the East Qualifier Series and the top 40-plus rider from the West Qualifier Series, with one additional rider selected by the AMA ISDE Advisory Committee.

An additional U.S. Club Team will include three riders selected by the AMA ISDE Advisory Committee. Top riders from the East Qualifier series and West Qualifier series will be considered.

The advisory committee also will select the U.S. World Trophy, Junior Trophy and Women’s Trophy teams.

For more information, call (614) 856-1900, ext. 1245, or see
www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Racing/Story/international-six-days-enduro.

2018 AMA East Region ISDE Qualifier Series

Round 1: Jan. 27-28. Seville, Fla. River City Dirt Riders/Florida Trail Riders
Round 2: April 28-29. Battle Creek, Mich. Battle Creek MC/AMA District 14
Round 3: May 19-20. TBA, Va. Full Gas Sprint Enduro

2018 AMA East Region ISDE Qualifier Series

Round 1: Jan. 20-21. Wickenburg, Ariz. Fast’R MC/AMRA
Round 2: April 7-8. Ukiah, Calif. NorthBay MC/AMA District 36
Round 3: May 28-29. TBA, Idaho. JMS Racing/SIDRA

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Source: American Motorcyclist Association

AMA Press Release

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