The off season is the best part of the year to relax, recover, evaluate your performance and start planning your schedule for next season.
The XTERRA European Tour is growing year by year offering athletes the possibility to travel and race in some of the most beautiful and unique locations all over Europe. From the warm and sunny environment in Southern Europe to the wet, muddy and challenging race courses in the North, you will definitely find a race that suits you. Additionally, XTERRA is the best way to combine racing with travel, explore and embrace new cultures and customs with your friends or family.
For 2018, the XTERRA European Tour will have 17 races. There are some interesting new additions in our calendar, with a second race in Italy and the famous Lake Garda at the end of May, the return of XTERRA Sweden in June, a new race in Romania at the same place where the ETU Championship took place in 2017 and a new race in Spain and the city of Madrid in the mid of September.
The season will start with XTERRA Malta on 15 April and will end on 16 September at XTERRA Madrid.
Most of our races have already Opened their Registrations offering early bird discounts. So check out our 2018 calendar below and start thinking of your next XTERRA adventure!!
2018 XTERRA EUROPEAN TOUR SCHEDULE
Note: Schedule is tentative.
|15-Apr||XTERRA Malta||Majjistral Nature Reserve|
|27-May||XTERRA Italy- Lake Garda||Toscolano Maderno|
|23-Jun||XTERRA Switzerland||Vallee de Joux|
|05-Aug||XTERRA Romania||Tirgu Mures, Transylvania|
|18-Aug||XTERRA Germany European Championship||Zittau, Germany|
|09-Sep||XTERRA Denmark||Mons Klint|
|28-Oct||XTERRA World Championship||Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii, USA|
XTERRA Graveman – The long distance version of XTERRA
We have another interesting addition in France that although is not part of the XTERRA European Tour, you should consider it as one of your future challenges, the XTERRA Graveman on 28-29 July 2018! This is the first XTERRA long distance event in the French Alps and the famous Beaufort mountain range, where athletes will have to swim 1.9km in the mountain lake, ride their mountain bikes for 60km (2400m+) and then run for 18km (1000m+).
The program of the weekend includes a shorter version and a kids race!
For more information about XTERRA Graveman please visit www.graveman.com