Charlotte

NASCAR Hall Of Fame

Charlotte, NC

RESULTS ARE IN!

The temperature at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC might have dipped on race day, but the excitement and enthusiasm experienced a sharp rise. These little toddler tornadoes tore it up! With over 250 kiddos participating from all over the world (14 different countries to be exact), this day was filled with first-time racers, first-time pedal riders, first-time champions, and, most importantly, memories that will last a lifetime. Congrats to the new Strider World Champions! Thank you to all our Strider Families that came out to all our Strider Cup Races throughout the 2019 season - we'll see you in 2020! Our 2020 Strider Cup Race schedule is coming soon!

Strider Cup World Championship Results

2 & Under Class
1 #117 – Rinnosuke Tano
2 #153 – Carson Zink
3 #104 – Alexchengyu Xu
4 #142 – Trevin Johnson
5 #116 – Akito Beatty
6 #133 – Jacob Klink
7 #121 – Gabriel Saenz
8 #126 – Luke Hobbs
9 #137 – Foster Williams
10 #118 – Ava Beatty
11 #132 – Kolby Suter
12 #103 – Chase Reynolds
#101 – DQ
3 Year Old Class
1 #112 – Maki Koda
2 #125 – Raiku Kaji
3 #134 – Haruto Kuroda
4 #168 – DeVanny Lenni Brito Valencia
5 #154 – Burton Carmichael
6 #103 – Takeru Mitogawa
7 #107 – Xicheng Wang
8 #138 – Suzuki Haruto
9 #152 – Gibson Smithpeters
10 #129 – Davis Hurley
11 #123 – Brewster Holland
12 #157 – Owen Dixon
13 #109 – Lucas Zhu
14 #101 – Lincoln Conwell Honorable Mention
4 Year Old Class
1 #121 – Yuzheng Wei
2 #130 – Keita Suzuki
3 #126 – Ichinoshin Tano
4 #119 – Kevin Huang
5 #148 – Emilio Pacheco
6 #102 – Brody Phillips
7 #147 – Caleb Scaggs
8 #153 – Jeremiah Foster
9 #125 – Aria Vijayanth
10 #127 – Leo Watanabe
11 #134 – Ignacio Campos
14x Class
1 #122 – Cohen Jagielski
2 #102 – Jacob Jamison
3 #130 – Ichinoshin Tano
4 #104 – Yitong Wang
5 #131 – Keita Suzuki
6 #138 – Ignacio Jimenez
7 #127 – Drazen Caso
8 #136 – Misaki Takao
9 #117 – Ayden Wade
10 #155 – Nathan Neal
11 #128 – Franco Castillo
12 #157 – Sofia Jiménez
13 #135 – Carter Lewis
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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.

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Where’s the fun without a little friendly competition?! Strider Racing Events are designed to provide just that. Our races offer a safe, fun, and slightly competitive atmosphere where children can show off their Strider skills in front of a cheering crowd supportive of all riders. Not only do these races put the abilities of young riders to the test, they introduce the competitive spirit to a new generation, which helps build confidence and lays the foundation for good sportsmanship.


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