Georgia Native Takes the Bronze in Strider Cup Race
Bugden Hoists Bronze Trophy at Strider Cup Race at Boulder Civic Area
BOULDER, CO (June 26, 2019) – Six-year-old Warren Bugden placed third in the 14x open class during the Strider Cup Race at Boulder Civic Area. Boulder was overrun by toddlers ages 19 months to 6 years old’s as they raced in the June 15th Boulder Strider Cup. Majestic mountains served as the backdrop as nearly 250 racers from around the world competed for the top trophy on Strider Balance Bikes. Full race results and images from the event can be found at striderbikes.com/events-boulder/.
Warren told his parents, “The track was epic! The turn with the water and Mount Scary were my favorite.” Bugden along with other children and toddlers tested their skills, dashing through the hanging pool noodles of the “Noodle Monster” and launching over “Mount Scary,” two ramps positioned back-to-back with smoke rising from a “lava-filled” crack in the center. The little racers whizzed though the track with a mix of determined stares and elated smiles. They were cheered on by friends, family members, and inquisitive pedestrians — all of whom were full of smiles watching the youngsters race. Warren’s mom Krystal expressed, “We are so thankful to Strider Bikes for such a fun, well-organized and family friendly event.”
The remainder of the 2019 Strider Cup Series will continue in North America with balance bike races on July 6 at The Commons in downtown Minneapolis. From there, the North American race series will take a trip north of the border, hosting a Strider Cup in Surrey, British Columbia on August 17. The 2019 toddler bike racing season culminates at the Strider Cup World Championship in Charlotte, NC on October 5 and 6, 2019.
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