A new enduro championship is born just for kids – the 2023 MiniEnduro European Trophy created for 12 to 16-year-old riders with a single race weekend in Italy this summer.

European Enduro Championship promoters Maxim and FIM Europe have announced a whole new weekend of enduro competition dedicated to young enduro riders this summer. A single event for this first edition is aiming at the growing young riders aged between 12 and 16 years old within the European Enduro scene.

The 2023 MiniEnduro European Trophy will take place as a single event and on June 24- 25 in Grigno, Italy. They promise two days of competition and all riders have to do is hold a regular FIM Europe or  FIM Europe Promotional licence.

2023 European MiniEnduro Trophy classes:

Junior (12-14 years) 85 cc - wheel sizes: front max 19” / rear max 16”

50 Mini (13-15 years) 50 cc 2t - wheel sizes: front 21” / rear min 18”

125 Mini (14-16 years) 125 cc 2t and 4t - wheel sizes: front 21” / rear min 18”

Girls (12-16 years)


It will be awesome to see boy and girl riders from across Europe to face each other in international competition and this is a great incentive. Maxim say those who decide to get themselves under that starting arch in Italy “will be faced with an international competition perfectly sewn on their technical level”.

More information, update on the MiniEnduro European Trophy and the 2023 Borilli Enduro European Championship: www.enduroeuropean.com