Like this past year, the upcoming season will open and close in Las Vegas, debuting on May 3 and ending on November 23. Other locations include Sacramento and Ontario, California; Denver, Colorado; Everett, Washington; and Boise, Idaho. As in previous seasons, there will be a break for the entirety of July and August, giving riders the chance to participate in other events.
EnduroCross will also team up with the X Games again. The games are set to take place over the summer in Los Angeles, and EnduroCross has included a break in its schedule to accommodate riders who want to participate in the event. The EnduroX portion of the X Games will be held on Sunday, August 4.
“2013 is on track to be another great year for EnduroCross,” said Mike Karsting, vice president of events for Source Interlink, one of the organizations behind the series. “We have fine-tuned the venues and dates over the past few years and 2012 was great, so there was not much need for changes in 2013.”