2018 Strider Cup

Results Are In!
2018 Strider Cup
World Championship
Boulder, co


Results

























We had an outstanding weekend for the 2018 Strider Cup World Championship! The sun was out, the park was full, and the bikes were zooming around the track. The 2018 Strider Cup World Championship in Boulder, CO was held at the Boulder Civic Area (Central Park). Riders from all over the world flocked to the Centennial State to race their hearts out. Strider racers from 15 different countries sped around obstacles and through the park faster than a streak of lightning.

We’re pleased to announce that we had 316 total racers show up to the 2018 World Championship. Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make this event a memorable World Championship. We hope you had a great weekend, and we couldn’t do this without you! Watching all the happy, smiling faces riding their hearts out is just a small part of why we do this. Strider champions were crowned in the 2-and-under, 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old classes. The open 14x class crowned its big winner as well (which was a World Championship first). A big THANK YOU goes out to the Boulder Civic Area and the City of Boulder for giving everyone a day of riding, racing, and making new friends!

Stay tuned, as we have more events rolling out throughout the rest of 2018 and 2019! Stride On!












Boulder Race Results



2 & Under Class
Total Riders: 67

1 #130 Leo Watanabe - Japan
2 #119 David Christensen - USA
3 #107 Iwata Arata - Japan
4 #149 Beckett Cooper - USA
5 #147 Ryder Cazier - USA
6 #105 Raiku Kaji - Japan
7 #124 Takeru Mitogawa - Japan
8 #102 Riley Bushlack - USA
9 #151 Wyatt Spreer - USA
10 #115 Gable Watson - USA
11 #150 Logan Whitt - USA
12 #104 Oliver Gorski - USA
13 #164 Ethan McFarland - USA

3 Year Old 12" Class
Total Riders: 90

1 #109 Archirawit Chaimongkol - Thailand
2 #152 Kaisei Nishimura - Japan
3 #153 Luke Liberto - USA
4 #140 Emiliano Gènova - Chile
5 #147 Max Carney - USA
6 #107 Huxley Fair - USA
7 #106 Jeroen Hadley - USA
8 #129 Emitt Prado - USA
9 #126 Miles Worm - USA
10 #150 Davis Busey - USA
11 #167 Isla Gooch - USA
12 #157 David Bohannan - USA
13 #136 Micah Shiman - USA

4 Year Old 12" Class
Total Riders: 77

1 #115 Yuhi Otake - Japan
2 #117 Morii Seinosuke - Japan
3 #161 Xinglei Lou - China
4 #123 Eddie Wei - Taiwan
5 #140 Yuki Chino - Japan
6 #121 Mioko Oka - Japan
7 #110 Alexey Svashenko - Russia/Japan
8 #132 Riki Onoda - Japan
9 #152 Hoang Tran Doan Minh - Vietnam
10 #102 Ryan Taylor - Canada
11 #166 Franco Castillo - Costa Rica
12 #101 Pasha Ali - USA
13 #154 Finnley Raymond - USA

5 Year Old 12" Class
Total Riders: 43

1 #105 Taiga Kuwahara - Japan
2 #104 Yu Matsumiya - Japan
3 #101 Koga Eno - Japan
4 #125 Thirat Poolcha - Thailand
5 #120 Yuki Kitayama - Japan
6 #123 Cohen Jagielski - United Kingdom
7 #126 Khang Mai Vinh- Vietnam
8 #103 Iwata Fuki - Japan
9 #115 Pin-Chi Chen - Taiwan
10 #122 Jorge Brito - Ecuador
11 #102 Rinto Taguchi - Japan
12 #113 Khoi Tran Minh - Vietnam
13 #124 Zengruihan Su - China

14x Open Class
Total Riders: 39

1 #106 Imran Ismail Shariman - Malaysia
2 #107 Namiki Takao - Japan
3 #136 Yuki Kitayama - Japan
4 #134 Mai Vinh Khang - Vietnam
5 #121 Travis Zapata - USA
6 #132 Sebastian Galeano - Paraguay
7 #102 Ryan Taylor - Canada
8 #123 Brecken Yingling - USA
9 #117 Khoi Tran Minh - USA
10 #118 Nick Wangvilai - Thailand
11 #101 Jared Creaser - Canada
12 #139 Mark Krempasky - USA
13 #120 Sirian Waterworth - USA



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.







Strider Racing Events

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.



The 2018 Strider Cup World Championship Featured Racers From:


Canada


Chile


China


Costa Rica


Ecuador


Japan


Malaysia


Paraguay


Russia


Taiwan


Thailand


United Kingdom


USA


Vietnam





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