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Thank You Soooo much for coming out to the 2017 Strider Cup World Championship!

Wow – what an amazing record/breaking day of international toddler Strider bike racing! Nearly 400 toddlers from 14 countries and 30 riders with special needs competed for the worlds fastest Strider bike rider in Saturday's races held at Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City. Little legs lined up behind the 24 foot start gate and strode over, through and around various obstacles along the 777 foot custom built race course. We all witnessed little Finn transfer up four times in the 3-year old category and we were blown away by the speed of the Japanese riders who in the end swept all the titles. Happy, smiling faces received medals and trophies as champions were crowned in 2 and under, 3, 4, 5 year old, and special needs divisions. What a wonderful day of making new friends, riding, Dannon Yogurt mustaches, and racing!
 
A huge thank you to all the racers, their families, and to our title sponsor Dannon and their staff from West Jordan Utah for the support, yogurt and for donating bikes to the Salt Lake Head Start. A big thanks also to Competitive Cyclist for the Free Strider Adventure Zone and to LDS Hospital, The Color Run, Chick-Fil-A and Real Shades. Thanks also to the Gallivan Center as well as the City of Salt Lake City for their support! We had a fantastic time this weekend and loved hearing the stories you shared about your child’s experience with their Strider bike. Thank you for the hospitality and hope to see you in 2018!

We're already in the planning stages for 2018! Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest to get the latest news.

Photos are available on our Flickr page: Friday Night, and Saturday (Race Day)

Video:

News Coverage: KSL TV, ABC 4, Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, Deseret News (Special Needs Coverage) Telemundo Utah (live feed), Telemundo Utah (Starting at 1:35), The Week, MSN.com, Triathlete.com, Standard-Examiner

 

A HUGE shout out to Dannon, our title sponsor, and our class sponsors; Intermountain LDS Hospital, Competitive Cyclist, The Color Run, and Chick-fil-A City Creek Center!

 

results from each "A main" race:

2 year old AND UNDER CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 101

  • 1#162 - Kaisei Nishimura - Tokyo, Japan
  • 2#135 - Luke "Duke" Liberto - Mount Airy, MD
  • 3#201 - Jax Awekamp - Salt Lake City, UT
  • 4#134 - Huxley Fair - Morrison, CO
  • 5#103 - Emitt Prado - Martinez, CA
  • 6#120 - Mikito "Mickey" Takamatsu - Bangkok, Thailand
  • 7#139 - Carson "Squishy" Robbins - West Jordan, UT
  • 8#172 - Masen Winfrey - Ogden, UT
  • 9#126 - Hunter Falk - Kamas, UT
  • 10#178 - Mason Burns - Syracuse, UT
  • 11#191 - Beckett Wood - Mapleton, UT
  • 12#118 - Ryder Fowler - West Point, UT
  • 13#150 - Rudy Davis - Bluffdale, UT
  • 14#193 - Elsie Stone - Lehi, UT

 

3 Year old CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 137

  • 1#142 - Raito Kaneko - Yonezawa, Japan
  • 2#125 - Yuhi "Super Yuhi" Otake - Hirakata, Japan
  • 3#157 - Eddie Wei - Taoyuan City, Taiwan
  • 4#174 - Mioko "Mio" Oka - Nagoya, Japan
  • 5#140 - Misaki "Misakix" Takao - Ikoma, Japan
  • 6#130 - Kai Murayama - Okazaki-shi Aichi-ken, Japan
  • 7#133 - Minato "Minapon" Watanabe - Kyotanabe City, Japan
  • 8#112 - Weston Storey - Ogden, UT
  • 9#182 - Logan Nielson - Saratoga Springs, UT
  • 10#183 - Cruz "Cruzy the Racer" Gallegos - Santa Fe, NM
  • 11#126 - Lukas Nielsen - Price, UT
  • 12#165 - Jace Gardner - West Jordan, UT

 

4 Year old CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 76

  • 1#128 - Taiga Kuwahara - Mishima-shi, Japan
  • 2#116 - Kei Murayama - Okazaki-shi Aichi-ken, Japan
  • 3#119 - Keiya Takamatsu - Bangkok, Thailand
  • 4#123 - Kohaku "Kohachi" Miyazaki - Oosakasi, Japan
  • 5#137 - Zion Angela - Savaneta, Aruba
  • 6#135 - Greg Santiago Delgado - Turrubares, Costa Rica
  • 7#117 - Chen "A bao" Pinchi - New Taipei City, Taiwan
  • 8#108 - Jacob Bodamer - South Jordan, UT
  • 9#156 - Khoi "Tin" Tran Minh - Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
  • 10#136 - Gage Holladay - Midvale, UT
  • 11#148 - Reed "Reedo" Mahin - Jackson, ID
  • 12#139 - Holden Denton - Heber, UT
  • 13#109 - Charles "Charlie" Noyola - Redwood City, CA

 

5 year old CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 43

  • 1#112 - Waku Kunitate - Nisshinshi, Japan
  • 2#111 - Nick "Nicknack" Wangvilai - Bangkok, Thailand
  • 3#104 - Sota Suzuki - Anjyo, Japan
  • 4#126 - Haruka Nagao - Chiyoda-ku, Japan
  • 5#105 - Ryuhey "Ryu" Satoh - Akirunoshi, Japan
  • 6#114 - Ruka Izumitani - Inazawa, Japan
  • 7#115 - Yamato Ogata - Higasioumi-si, Japan
  • 8#102 - Taro Matsuzawa - Gunma-ken, Japan
  • 9#119 - Shito Kimura - Mishima, Japan
  • 10#116 - Ryutaro "Taro" Fukuoka - Saitama-ken, Japan
  • 11#106 - Yudai Nagai - Kyoto-shi, Japan
  • 12#117 - Amane Kaneko - Yonezawa, Japan
  • 13#113 - Namiki "Namikix" Takao - Ikoma, Japan

     

    Special needs Strider Class - Total Riders = 30

     

    Lucy Lewis
    Calder Almoney
    Mariah Proctor
    Katie Proctor
    Ailey Proctor
    Kyler Westmoreland
    Brooklyn Cope
    Xander Love
    Savannah Love
    Jacob Connell
    Hendrick Frame
    Maddox Bird
    Rhett Bird
    Holland Van Gelder
    Sebastian Van Gelder
    Molli Vernon
    Sabine Coleman
    Joey Vandermeide
    Dominic Williams
    Hunter Clark
    William Weedon
    Olivia Heiner
    Jacob Brown
    Haylie Brown
    Savannah Nelson
    Kyrie Nelson
    Monica Weedon
    Davis Pauley
    Sara Clark
    Emma Clark

     

     

       

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      Thank You Soooo much for coming out to the 2016 Strider Cup World Championship!

      What a great finish to the US 2016 Strider Cup racing season! With stops in Lincoln, Nebraska, Salt Lake City, Utah, Spokane, Washington, and finally our Strider Cup World Championship in San Francisco, California it was definitely a year to remember!

      The Strider Cup World Championship on San Francisco's Pier 35 (right next to Fisherman’s Wharf Pier 39) was an amazing event! The venue had the advantage of being covered, but with the large garage doors open felt like you were on the water with beautiful San Francisco vistas. With a total of 302 Strider racers it was the largest race we've ever held. Nine different countries participated with the largest groups from Japan (25) and Equador (15).

      Our hopes and goals for this race was simple, to give riders (of all abilities) an enjoyable weekend! Hopefully, your Strider rider will remember the camaraderie, fun race competition, and continue to gain confidence on their Strider Bikes!

      We're already in the planning stages for 2017! Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest to get the latest news.

      Photos are available on our Flickr page: Friday Practice Photos, Saturday Race Photos

      News Coverage: KTVU 2, SFGate

      A HUGE shout out to FedEx, our presenting sponsor, and our class sponsors; Yelp, Camelbak, Clover Stornetta Farms, Kidz Gear, and Golden Gate Urgent Care!

       

      results from each "A main" race:

      2 year old AND UNDER CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 97

      • 1#224 Miku Shiozawa - Aichi-Ken, Japan
      • 2#263 Logan Rodriguez - Tracy, CA
      • 3#284 Ryden "Ry Ry" Morgan - West Valley City, UT
      • 4#240 Andrew "Fireball" Croskery - Belmont, CA
      • 5#247 Malek "Coco" Faraj - Mission Viejo, CA
      • 6#205 Noah Jones - San Mateo, CA
      • 7#223 Hudson Nye - Chico, CA
      • 8#249 Dixon Zhu - San Francisco, CA
      • 9#206 Bates Binaoro - Hercules, CA
      • 10#217 Kai Murayama - Aichi Okazaki-Shi, Japan

       

      3 Year old CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 94

      • 1#322 Kei Murayama - Aichi Okazaki-Shi, Japan
      • 2#320 Emilio Alejandro Perez Fernandez - Puyo, Ecuador
      • 3#385 Mason Antell - San Francisco, CA
      • 4#324 Anthony "Suco" Contreras - Puyo, Ecuador
      • 5#380 Aidyn "A-Train" Low-Blythe - Fairfield, CA
      • 6#307 Lily Mae Christiansen - Bay Point, CA
      • 7#315 Jaxson "Jax" Boehme - Napa, CA
      • 8#345 Rory Lee - Capitola, CA
      • 9#314 Harrison Burns - San Bruno, CA
      • 10#393 Seth Postier - San Jose, CA
      • 11#382 Mason Davis - Santa Cruz, CA

       

      4 Year old CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 55

      • 1#415 Waku Kunitate - Tokyo, Japan
      • 2#413 Sota Suzuki - Anjyo, Japan
      • 3#406 Yamato Ogata - Higashioumi-Shi, Japan
      • 4#410 Ruka Izumitani - Inazawa, Japan
      • 5#448 Jose Martin Benavides Paredes - Quito, Ecuador
      • 6#416 Daijiro Wakida - Tokyo, Japan
      • 7#452 Cade "Cade Man" Myers - Winters, CA
      • 8#405 Diego Salinas - Fremont, CA
      • 9#409 Tomas "Hammer" Escobar Mesa - Sabaneta-Antioquia, Colombia

       

      5 year old CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 39

      • 1#512 Ao "Aosan" Yamashita - Osaka, Japan
      • 2#520 Kuuto Kitazawa - Tokyo, Japan
      • 3#510 Teruya "Teru" Kouda - Nara, Japan
      • 4#511 Sawa "Sawa-san" Ishimaru - Osaka, Japan
      • 5#502 Makoto Goriki - Aichi, Japan
      • 6#523 Sora Shiozawa - Aichi-Ken, Japan
      • 7#503 Rui Ishimoto - Nishinomiya-shi, Japan
      • 8#514 Namiki Takao - Nara Ikoma, Japan
      • 9#515 Shoma Sano - Aichi Toyoake-shi, Japan

       

      Special needs 12" Strider Class - TOTAL RIDERS = 3

      • 1#902 Miles Robinson - San Jose, CA
      • 2#905 Juniper Naim - San Jose, CA
      • 3#903 Katie Kang - San Jose, CA
      • 4#901 Sanchit Sharma - Sunnyvale, CA

       

      Special Needs 16"/20" Strider CLASS - TOTAL RIDERS = 5

      • 1#914 Marissa Erickson - Alameda, CA
      • 2#900 Jason Toy - San Francisco, CA
      • 3#911 Bill Dickson - San Lorenzo
      • 4#901 Sanchit Sharma - Sunnyvale, CA
      • 5#910 Jake Silva - San Bruno, CA
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