We’re back! That’s right, we’re returning to Boulder for the second race in the 2019 Strider Cup Racing series. We’ll be back at Boulder Civic Area, 1056 Boulder Canyon Dr. on June 15th, 2019. Strider Cup Races give kiddos a chance to put their Strider skills to the test at several stops across the United States and the world. This unique race series caters directly to children 2-6 years old who want to experience the thrill of racing. Children of all sizes and skill levels are welcome to participate.
Free Spectator Admission
Free 14x Experience Riding Area
All Registered Racers Receive a Strider Jersey
|5:00pm - 7:00pm||Packet Pickup & Tech Insp.|
All racers must attend either Friday OR Saturday Packet Pickup & bring bike to Tech Inspection in order to be allowed to compete.
|7:30am - 2:30pm||Packet Pickup & Tech Insp.|
|7:30am - 8:10am||Open Track|
|8:30am - 10:30am||2 & Under 12" Races|
|10:30am - Noon||4 Year Old 12" Races|
|Noon - 1:30pm||Lunch Break|
|1:30pm - 3:30pm||3 Year Old 12" Races|
|3:30pm - 4:30pm||14x Open Class Races|
Strider Cup Races are family-friendly race and play experiences designed to let little ones ages 2-6 years old explore the world on two wheels. The races offer the structure of an organized and competitive race in a fun and inviting atmosphere where family and friends are supportive of all riders.
In 2019, we have the Strider 12 race classes and the Strider 14x Sport race class.
The Strider 12 race classes will be open to children 2-4 years old. The Strider 14x Sport race class will be open to children ages 3-6 years old. If your little tater tot is 3 or 4 years old, they’re more than welcome to race on their Strider 12 Bike, and then race again in the 14-inch class on their Strider 14x bike. A second registration & fee would be required.
Coined the “Tour de France for Toddlers” by major news outlets, Strider Cup races are a must-experience event for the entire family. You’ve never seen anything like a Strider Cup race, and children will never forget the fun and excitement these Strider-exclusive events provide.
Online registration is required for the 2-, 3-, and 4-year-old Strider 12 classes, with online registration ending on June 13th at 8:00 pm Mountain Standard Time. There will be no registrations after that time for these classes. No child shall be allowed to register for the 2-, 3-, or 4-year-old Strider 12 classes on race day or at Packet Pick-Up.
Registration for the 14x class can be made online up until June 13th at 8:00pm Mountain Standard Time. After this time, registration for the 14x Class can only be made in person at the Packet Pick-Up on the Friday prior to race day or on race day up until one hour prior to the scheduled 14x race.
Only one racer is allowed to register per form. To register multiple racers, repeat the registration process for each racer. If your racer is competing in both their age group (2-, 3-, or 4-year-old) in a Strider 12 Race, and the 14x Class, you will need to repeat the registration process twice, once for each of the race classes.
Please bring the electronic or printed tickets that you receive upon completing registration to Packet Pick-Up.
We strongly encourage registrants to come to Packet Pick-Up and Bike (Tech) Inspection. Please stop by Packet Pick-Up with your racer, Strider Bike, and helmet on Friday, June 14th at Foothills Community Park - Foothills Park Playground Area, between 5:00pm and 7:00pm. Entrance on the corner of 7th St. and Silver Lake Ave.
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All registrants will need to pick up their registration bags and go through a basic bike (Tech) inspection before being allowed to compete. Racers can do this either Friday, June 14th (Foothills Community Park) or on race day (at the race venue) up to 1 hour before the race. While Friday's Packet Pick-Up and Tech Inspection is not required, we strongly encourage it if possible as it gives us time to explain and discuss things in a calm non-rushed environment.
During this Packet Pick-Up and a simple Tech Inspection, your child will receive their registration bag complete with a Strider jersey, assigned number plate, and other goodies. Your child’s bike will also be inspected to ensure compliance with our racing rules at this time. For more information regarding Tech Inspection please read the Tech Inspection Overview.
Any concerns will need to be addressed before your child can race. Friday Packet Pick-Up and Tech Inspection gives us the opportunity to address any issues in a calm, non-rushed atmosphere and inform you as to what to expect on race day. We would also like to inform you about important times as related to your race class, how the "HEATS" (1st Race) and "MAINS" (2nd Race) will work, and how the awards ceremony will flow.
Please review our Weather Policy for all Strider Cup Races.
Families of racers can park at the 11th Street Parking Garage located at 11th St, Boulder, CO 80302.
Nearest International airport is the Denver International Airport (DIA) which is 43 miles to/from Boulder.
There are no direct public modes of transportation to and from however there are several transportation services such as taxis, Uber, Lyft, and Shuttle services available.
A notable economic shuttle option is SuperShuttle.
You may also want to check out the Regional Transportation District Airport-Boulder bus schedule.