Due to President Trump’s extension of social distancing guidelines and the CDC’s self-quarantining guidance plans, the National Enduro Promotions Group (NEPG) along with the Acadiana Dirt Riders have decided that for everyone’s health and well-being the Cajun Classic National Enduro on April 26 is canceled.
The NEPG also decided that due to the many events that will be rescheduled for later in the year and the limited number of available dates the Cajun Classic will not be rescheduled, but the series will instead return to the venue in 2021. The Acadiana Dirt Riders have indicated they still plan to host a regional enduro sometime in 2020 when the timing is right.
As of now, the NEPG is planning on the Cherokee National Enduro taking place in Greensboro, Georgia, as scheduled on June 7, and has moved the pre-entry date to May 20 so the organizers can watch for further extensions of the CDC’s guidelines.
The 2020 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series is now a nine-event national championship series. Riders contesting for the overall classification will still count all nine rounds for the championship, the NE Pro2 class riders will drop their lowest score for the best eight of nine scores, and all other classes will drop their two lowest scores for a best seven of nine finishes for their class championship.