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W.E.M.B.O. is the acronym of“World Endurance Mountain Bike Organisation”.
It was set up in 2011 to establish an international standard for 24-hour mountain bike events, and to create
the World Championship of the speciality every year called "24-hour Mountain Bike". The "24-Hours" has
always been overshadowed by other organisations, who sometimes refuse to recognise it as a discipline
worthy of its own league. WEMBO has become the most important international reference for the world of
24-hour MTB, and organises a world championship every year. Recently it has also begun to organise
continental championships in Europe and Oceania.
World championships organised by WEMBO:
2012: Finale Ligure (ITALY)
2013: Canberra (AUSTRALIA)
2014: Fort William (SCOTLAND)
2015: Weaverville (CALIFORNIA – USA)
2016: Rotorua (NEW ZEALAND)
For more information go to www.wembo.com.au
The 24H of Finale Ligure was the first 24-hour race organised in Italy, but it is not the only one now. There
are many different competitions held throughout the 'boot' [Italy]. The 24H Italian MTB Challenge is a
circuit that forms a network of all the most prestigious Italian races. It is a real circuit as it awards points that
determine rankings after all the races have taken place.
For more information go to www.24hmtbchallenge.it