2019 Strider Cup Racing
Los Angeles, CA
RESULTS

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What an AMAZING first race of the 2019 Strider Cup season. We had an awesome day of Strider Cup racing in Los Angeles, CA. LA Live was flooded with two-wheeled tornados on Saturday as Strider riders zipped through, and around various obstacles faster than we could keep up with our air guitars. With over 250 registered racers, it might just have been the cutest thing to happen in LA over the weekend. Of course, we couldn’t do these events without your support, and we’re extremely grateful. So, a big THANK YOU to everyone who came out!!! We hope you have a wonderful time! Seeing all those happy, smiling faces riding their hearts out is just a small part of why we do this. New Strider champions were crowned in the 2-and-under, 3-, and 4-year-old classes. A big THANK YOU goes out to LA Live and the City of Los Angeles for giving everyone a day of riding, racing, and making new friends!

Our next stop is Boulder, CO on June 15th! Also, don’t forget that everyone who participated is welcome to attend the Strider Cup World Championship in Charlotte, NC October 5th and 6th!

LA Live Strider Cup Race Results

2 & Under Class
Total Riders: 81

1 #112 – Kory Gibbs
2 #142 – Calvin Worden
3 #110 – Kruze "Kruzer Bruzer" Claybon
4 #111 – Bash Cruz
5 #107 – Eli Broderson
6 #145 – Evan Copeland
7 #131 – Logan Baysinger
8 #115 – Akio Mcclenaghan
9 #103 – Echo Garcia
10 #104 – Colton Quinones
11 #162 – Carter Estes
12 #108 – Trager Hanning
13 #147 – Jetson Prendergast

3 Year Old Class
Total Riders: 85

1 #123 – Kaito Kuwano
2 #181 – Grant "Thunder" Jimenez
3 #136 – Charlie Gay
4 #162 – Braylon "Lil B" Peterson
5 #175 – Lincoln Stocker
6 #134 – Francesco Brambila
7 #172 – Sena Galvez
8 #150 – Edwin Ding
9 #157 – Liam Contreras
10 #179 – Gabriel Gudino
11 #137 – Ace Potter
12 #111 – Takeru Mitogawa
13 #116 – David "Thunder" Sarabia

4 Year Old Class
Total Riders: 65

1 #120 – Emitt Prado
2 #110 – Dat "Euro" Hua
3 #107 – Huxley Fair
4 #133 – Masen Winfreya
5 #151 – Ian Lira
6 #101 – Ashton Padilla
7 #122 – Anthony "Dart" Rodgers II
8 #102 – Matthew Kishida
9 #118 – Sebastian Ingalls
10 #159 – Antonio "Toñito" Contreras
11 #124 – Caleb Cazeras
12 #127 – Markus Hinjos
13 #115 – Max "#MAXBMX" Carney

14x Class
Total Riders: 45

1 #137 – Brody Mikus
2 #124 – Franco Castillo
3 #112 – Dennis Caceres Jr.
4 #106 – Skyla Alanis
5 #118 – Finnley "Flying Finn" Raymond
6 #111 – Josue Cazares
7 #130 – Ignacio "Nacho" Jimenez-Morales
8 #123 – Roman Olmedo
9 #135 – Ismael Arias
10 #102 – Jared Creaser
11 #104 – Antonio Mateo Magallanes


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.

Don't miss the 2019 Strider Cup World Championship in Charlotte on October 4th & 5th!

The Strider Cup World Championship event brings together Strider riders and their families from all over the globe for the pinnacle Strider racing event. Whether your toddler is an experienced Strider Cup racer or just starting out, the Strider Cup World Championship weekend is an international celebration that includes racing and a variety of activities, games, music, and excursions, all set in exciting Charlotte, North Carolina.

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