The new season comprises seven events including the return of the X-Trial of Nations.
The 2024 X-Trial season will open as soon as February. As a result of disruption caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic, the structure of the calendar was modified from the previous winter schedule to an annual January to December model with a sizeable summer break. This new format will be maintained for the coming season, with a majority of Rounds taking place at the start of the year, then three events in October and November, including the returning X-Trial of Nations. The intention is that the 2025 calendar will then return to a traditional composition, starting in December 2024.
The opening Rounds take us back to three cities that appeared on the 2023 calendar. X-Trial Barcelona maintains its traditional February date and will be the season’s curtain-raiser, before the series heads to France for X-Trial Chalon-sur-Saône and X-Trial Nice. To complete the spring schedule, the series then heads to the home of the FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) for the fourth staging of X-Trial Geneva and the first since 2012.
When the Championship returns from hibernation, visit to Andorra la Vella . The first X-Trial of Nations since 2019 will be hosted in Saint-Denis, where X-Trial La Réunion was held in 2020.
Provisional 2024 FIM X-Trial World Championship
- 4th February: Barcelona - Spain
- 15th March: Chalon-sur-Saône – France
- 22nd March: Nice - France
- 4th May: Geneva – Switzerland
- 5th October: Andorra la Vella – Andorra
- 8th November: X-Trial of Nations – Saint Denis / La Réunion, France
- 16th November: TBA - Spain
FIM & X-Trial