Jackson B. from Pittsburgh is raring to go for his hometown Strider Cup Race in Pittsburgh on May 27.

Jackson’s mother, Donata, heard about Strider Balance Bikes from customers who came into the children's second-hand store where she works. She also asked other moms via social media for recommendations on which brand/style balance bike to buy for his 3rd birthday at the end of January. The Strider Bike was the top choice.Jackson B final.lower res

“We bought the Strider Bike because we wanted him to be able to participate in the race,” she added. “We also liked that the bike went up to age 5 so he can get years of use, not just few months.”

Riding his Strider Bike in the last month has helped the speedy Jackson learn to pace himself.

“Jackson is naturally athletic and coordinated, but often so fast that he gets ahead of himself,” said Donata. “It’s taught him to slow down and learn how to ride without getting impatient. Not having pedals is teaching him how to steer the bike easier.”

“Overall the bike is really teaching him balance and independence, as well as focus and not getting so hyper and frustrated with riding.”

Jackson likes to hop on his Strider Bike every day, whether it’s riding circles inside the house, at a nearby park or around the neighborhood. Donata said they will, “try out the local dirt bike park this spring, and are very excited to be participating in the race.”

A young lad with succinct words, Jackson simply says "I love my bike,” when talking about his Strider.

We’ve heard that before … have you? 

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When your dad drives a race car and you see how much fun he has on the track, wouldn’t you be excited to get on your race face and compete? Pasha Ali just turned three years old, and is pumped up for the Strider Cup Race Series, which kicks off in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 6. He’s already practicing his “Winner’s Dance.”

Pasha’s father, Nur Ali, has 19 years of racing under his belt. He raced for Team Pakistan in A1 Grand Prix - World Cup of Motorsport, captured two Legends Car Championships, and two Formula Mazda Championships. Nur has competed in twelve countries on five continents, as well as in select NASCAR Xfinity Series and ARCA Racing Series races. He now races in the Red Bull Global Rallycross (GRC) Series.Pasha Ali 1 lower res

Nur first learned about balance bikes while surfing online and fell in love with the concept. After purchasing a balance bike when Pasha turned two years old, Nur went online to look for a racing series for balance bikes. He was impressed with how quickly Pasha progressed and knew if he found a series for Pasha to race in, that would accelerate his skills.

He came across Strider Bikes and the Strider Cup Racing series and said, “Imagine my excitement at that point; I told my wife, my sports agent, my brother and my parents about it and bought him a Strider bike.”

Riding his Strider Bike has helped Pasha improve his balance, coordination and develop quicker reflexes. With Nur’s motorsports background, he has been able to guide him on his balance bike and get him up to speed with things he’s learned over the years of being a race car driver.

Pasha loves his Strider Bike so much that he is constantly asking Nur to race him by running behind him. He says that he wants to be the 2017 Strider Cup Champion. Pasha takes one of Nur’s trophies and does a mock race inside the house. When he "wins" over Nur, he takes the trophy, climbs the staircase in the house to the top step and uses it as his own "winner's podium". He takes the trophy and raises it over his head and does the "Winner Dance"; what the family calls his celebratory gig.

He spent the entire 2015 Red Bull GRC race season and partial 2016 Red Bull GRC race season at the track with Nur, and he loves watching the racing on his tablet.

The Ali family is planning to travel to all four Strider Cup races this year; Fort Worth, TX, on May 6, Pittsburgh, PA, on May 27, Lincoln, NE, on June 11 and the championships in Salt Lake City on July 21-22.

Pasha, who is also known as a fashion model with a Texas PR agency, usually rides his bike in the neighborhood, local parks, and the golf course behind his house. The Ali family is also planning to go to some local BMX bike tracks to practice for the upcoming series.

“I’m very excited about this season for both of us, as this is the year both father and son race in the same calendar year; he in the Strider Cup and myself in Red Bull GRC series,” said Nur. “I've also got my sports agent working on possibly picking up a sponsorship for Pasha. That would be pretty cool!”

Details on the Strider Cup Series and other Strider events are at striderbikes.com/events. More info on Nur Ali Motorsports is at nurali.com

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Join us in Salt Lake City, UT July 21-22 for the 2017 Strider Cup World Championship!

It promises to be another fun weekend of international racing competition, and plenty of other fun activities for the whole family!

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The Strider Cup World Championship is open to all Strider riders of every ability! 

Friday night packet pick up is mandatory. It will include a bike inspection, some ride time, last chance registration, and time to ask staff any last minute questions.

 

Schedule for Friday and Saturday:

Friday, July 21st - Last Chance Registration, Packet Pick-Up, and Strider Tech Inspection

Note:  Must attend


3:00pm - 8:00

(tentatively scheduled)

 Last Chance Registration, Packet Pick-Up, and Strider Tech Inspection will be at The Gateway (400 W 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101) near the fountain in Olympic Legacy Plaza. - Come with your racer, bike, and helmet at any time during these hours. This process should take 45 minutes depending on the crowd size.

 

Saturday, July 22nd - Strider World Championship

Note:  No Registration on this day

8:00am to 8:40am

Open Track

9:00am to 11:00am

2 year old and under and under - Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

11:00am to 12:00pm

4 year old class - Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

12:00pm to 12:30pm

Lunch Break

12:30pm to 1:00pm

Open STRIDER bike Freestyle session - bring your best tricks!

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Special needs races

2:00pm to 4:00pm

3 year old class - Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

4:00pm to 5:00pm

5 year old class - Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

 

Strider Cup Racing Rules

This race is for Genuine STRIDER Bikes only.  No other balance bike brands are allowed.  For acceptable modifications and other important information see full listing of rules which is linked on the Strider website landing page for this event or here.

Event Registration and Packet pick up:

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    • - Online registration is now OPENRace fee includes a Strider jersey, number plate, and a bunch of other goodies!
    • - Packet pick up, tech inspection, and last chance registration will be Friday - July 21st for $25.00 will be at The Gateway (400 W 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101from 5pm to 8pm.
    • - Online registration closes at age group's capacity limit or at 8pm on Friday night
    • - There will be NO on-site registration on Race day (Saturday July 22nd)

Race Hotel:

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The Hyatt House Salt Lake City Downtownwill have discounted rates for Strider Cup race participants.

Use code g-stsi at check-out or click through directly HERE.

You can also contact Spencer Reed directly at 801-875-4677 if you would like to make your reservation by phone.

 

The TRAX Light rail is the easiest (and least expensive) way to get to the hotel if you're flying into Salt Lake City: More information.

Travel on the TRAX is free from Arena Station (1 block north of hotel) to the Gallivan Center (race venue): More info

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Sponsorship opportunities Still available.

Contact Kyla for more info:

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Sponsorship opportunities Still available.

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Video highlights from 2016 Strider Cup World Championship

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Rapid City, SD (August 17, 2016) — Strider Sports Int’l., Inc., the world’s premier manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes, has identified an even younger group of potential bike riders – toddlers, ages 12-24 months, just learning to stand and walk. 

According to Strider Founder and Chief Enthusiast, Ryan McFarland, “a baby who rocks becomes a toddler who rides! We all know babies enjoy rocking horses when they are small. The problem is that no child ever gets to unhitch the horse and ride off into the sunset.  With the Strider Bike and Rocking Base system, babies as young as 12 months can safely rock and play on the bike when first introduced, then graduate to the true freedom that the Strider bike offers as they ride away some months later.”

This new product easily attaches to any 12-inch Strider Balance Bike and allows the youngest member of the family to play with, rock, and ride a Strider Bike on a safe and stable base until they are old enough to ride the bike – which is typically around 18 months. The Rocking Base is made of all-weather, durable black plastic and includes all tools necessary to attach to a bike. Maximum rider weight for the rocking base is 40 pounds. The Strider Rocking Base is available for order immediately, retails for $79.99, and does not include a Strider bike.

Strider Sports International, the leading manufacturer of no-pedal balance bikes, has sold over one million Strider Bikes since 2007. The Strider Bike line-up includes the 12” model for younger riders and the 16” and 20” models, developed in the last couple of years for older children and adults with balance and coordination challenges.

All Strider Bikes and accessories are available through the Strider website and at local Authorized Strider Dealers. To order your Strider Rocking Base, visit https://www.striderbikes.com/launch/rocker.

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hippomooseYou’ve made the excellent decision to purchase a Strider balance bike for your kiddo, but did you know that you can take that gift to the next level with their own personalized book?  Your little one will enjoy sitting down with a story made just for them!! When you order, we will customize the story with his/her name to help engage them in an amazing adventure in which he/she is the hero.   In fact, not only will your child get a personalized story book, they will get a Strider Superhero Cape as well!  Encourage your child to dream big with Strider’s personalized book and Superhero Cape combo!

Create your own customized amazing Strider adventure here 

 

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Join us in San Francisco, CA July 29-30 for the 2016 Strider Cup World Championship!

It promises to be another fun weekend of international racing competition, and plenty of other fun activities for the whole family!

The Strider Cup World Championship is open to all Strider riders of every ability! If you've already raced in one of the 2016 Strider Cup races (Lincoln, Salt Lake CitySpokane, or an authorized international Strider Cup race) you're automatically qualified for the World Cup Championship.

Last chance qualifiers and practice on Friday night are mandatory.

Last chance qualifiers, Practice and Riding clinics will take place on Friday evening for everyone. This will be an evening of STRIDER fun with music, games, food vendors, an opening ceremony and Group photo.

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Full Schedule for Friday and Saturday:

Friday, July 29th - Opening Night Celebration and Last Chance Qualifying Practice

Note:  Must attend qualifying night


3:00pm

Race Registration opens at Pier 35

7:00pm

Race Registration closes at Pier 35

4:30pm – 7:30pm

Fun Kids Activities  - Food Vendors Available

4:30pm – 6:15pm

STRIDER clinic, practice & qualifying races 2,3,4 and 5 year olds  

6:30pm - 7:00pm

Opening Ceremonies & Group Photo

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Special needs Strider 16” and 20” bike open practice races

 

Saturday, July 30th - Strider World Championship

Note:  No Registration on this day

8:00am

Track opens at Pier 35  

9:00am - 4:00pm

Strider Festival

9:00am

2-year old class. Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

10:30am

3-year-old class. Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

12:00pm

Lunch Break

12:30pm

Open STRIDER bike Freestyle session - bring your best tricks!

1:30pm

Special needs races

2:30pm

4-year-old class. Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

3:30pm

5-year-old class. Rider Meeting/Heats/Feature Race/Trophy Presentations

4:30pm

Track at Pier 35 closes

 

Strider Cup Racing Rules.

This race is for Genuine STRIDER Bikes only.  No other balance bike brands are allowed.  For acceptable modifications and other important information see full listing of rules which is linked on the Strider website landing page for this event or here.

Event Registration and Packet pick up:

    • - Online registration is now closed
    • - Early packet pick up and on-site registration will be Thursday - July 28th for $35.00 at Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf from 5pm to 7pm (Strider jersey size and color subject to availability). If you pick up your packet Thursday you can avoid any lines on Friday and get right to practicing on the track!
    • - On-site registration and packet pick up will also be available starting from 3pm and ending at 7pm on Friday July 29th at Pier 35 - $35 (Strider jersey size and color subject to availability)
    • - There will be NO on-site registration or packet pick up on Race day (Saturday July 30th)
    • - On-line pre-registration is $27.37 and is NOW CLOSED! Race fee includes a Strider jersey, number plate, and a bunch of other goodies!

Driving to the Strider Cup World Championship?

Sometimes finding a parking spot in the city can be difficult. consider reserving parking in advance with SpotHero!

SpotHero is a parking reservation service that connects drivers to discounted and convenient parking. You can download the SpotHero iPhone |Android app or visit the Strider Cup SpotHero Parking Page to find and reserve convenient parking with rates up to 50% off drive-up.

All attendees can enter the promo code STRIDERCUP for an extra $5 off parking. That's $5 off already discounted rates! SpotHero can be used for Day of event racing and overnight parking as well.

 

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Video highlights from 2015 Strider Cup World Championship

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With 62 entries from 16 countries we had a very tough time narrowing it down to the top 10 winners!

There were two categories, Strider Staff Pick and People's Choice, with 5 winners in each. With over $20,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs we had a tough time picking the top 5 for the Staff Picks from all of the amazing videos. The film makers did a great job getting the word out as well! There were over 48,000 views on YouTube in less than one week. The winners for the People's Choice were chosen based on the quality and quantity of comments on the videos uploaded to our YouTube channel.

Don't despair if you weren't selected as one of the top 10...we'll be getting you a $50 Strider product voucher by email (expect to see this by Aug 17th).

If your video is one of the videos below watch for an email explaining what we'll need from you in order to get you your prize money!

In the end the top 10 videos came from 6 different countries!

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1st Place - Vicente Exploring - Chile

 

2nd Place - Love At First Sight - Thailand

 

 

3rd Place - Ducati Jacob - USA

  

4th Place - Road Safety - Philippines

 

 

5th Place - Exploring Utah - USA

 

 

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1st Place - Daydreaming In School - Italy

 

 

2nd Place - Riding Buddies at Highland Mountain Bike Park - USA

 

 

3rd Place - Ethan Danger - USA

 

 

4th Place - The Lone Strider - USA

 

 

5th Place - Anytime, Anwhere - South Korea

 

Thanks again to everyone for entering and sharing your creative videos with us!

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What a fun day of STRIDER Championship Series Racing at the Station Square on June 6th; new friends were made, challenges were overcome, and smiles were abundant!

A big shout out goes to all the folks who participated and helped out in the recent race in Pittsburgh, PA! What a great day! Fabulous weather, great venue and tons of enthusiasm from everybody involved.

All of the STRIDER HQ staff that went out to Pittsburgh were amazed at the response and the great vibes that we got from everybody that we met. What a cool city too, with beautiful bike paths, a great bike community, and a neat bike rental system.

Also a big thanks to the fine folks at the Wheel Mill Bike Park for letting us do packet pickup there! While Taylor Swift didn’t make it over to see us on Saturday we still
rocked Station Square! : )

Another big shout out to FedEx for sponsoring the race in Pittsburgh and the upcoming race in Salt Lake City! A special thanks to KIND Snacks and Honey Stinger for the goodies in the swag bags!

Check out the excellent photos from race day on our Flickr page HERE!

2 YEAR OLDS and under

  • 1#218 - Patrick "Paddy" Marsic - PA
  • 2#202 - Kabir Raphael - MD
  • 3

    #216 - Oakley "Oakdawg" Lindner - MD

  • 4

    #226 - Gavin McNulty - PA

  • 5

    #206 - Lily Opitz - PA

  • #221 - Brayden Cooney - PA6

    #224 - Hunter Clayton - NJ7

    #203 - Steven "Buddie" Heagerty - PA8

 

3 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#302 - Isshi Komatsu - PA
  • 2#323 - Travis Clayton - NJ
  • 3#311 - Tristen Mieczkowski - PA
  • 4#324 - Jarrett Dearborn - WV
  • 5#317 - Jacob Shafer - PA
  • 6#304 - Connor Clemons - MD
  • 7#316 - Leopold Hossbach - PA
  • 8

    #325 - Finn Lithgow - PA 

 

Special Needs

  • 1#903 - Kolby Liston - PA
  • 2#902 - Nicholas "Nick" Monteparte - PA
  • 3#801 - Dante Hoffman - PA
  • 4#802 - Matthias "Matti" Shelton - PA
  • 5#805 - Nydia "Yaya" Deeter - PA
  • 6
  • #804 - Eric Jackson - PA

 

4 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#419 - Eddy Hosack - PA
  • 2#403 - Christopher "Chris" Opitz - PA
  • #409 - Declan "Diamond Cutter" Sims - PA
  • 4#415 - Giovanni Riccelli - PA
  • 5#405 - Jackson Donahue - PA
  • 6#407 - Bradyn Stanley - PA
  • 7

    #404 - Evan Wood - PA

  • 8

    #422 - Ryan Craig - PA

 

5 Year Olds

  • 1#505 - Eito "EITO!" Tokunaga - IL
  • 2#502 - Leo Sicilia - PA
  • 3

    #504 - Max Klaich - PA

  • 4

    #512 - Coleman Hixenbaugh - PA

  • 5

    #503 - Jacob Andreyo - PA

  • #501 - Alaina Shea - PA6

    #508 - Raymond "Ray" Valentine Lanza - PA7

    #506 - Tommy "Tommy Gun" Guenther - PA8

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What a fun day of STRIDER Championship Series Racing at the Ventura Pier on May 9th; new friends were made, challenges were overcome, and smiles were abundant!

Starting at 9am with the 2 and under racers, we wrapped up a little early thanks to the parents, local staff, sponsors, and all the great volunteers! If you had a good time, make sure that you check out the 2015 STRIDER World Championship races coming up August 28th-29th in STRIDERville (aka Rapid City, SD)! We're anticipating another exciting year of racing with competitors from at least 10 countries, and a ton of family fun!

Big shout out to CycleTrader.com for sponsoring the races in Florida and California, and a special thanks to KIND Snacks and Honey Stinger for the goodies in the swag bags!

Check out the excellent photos from race day on our Flickr page HERE!

2 YEAR OLDS and under

  • 1#209 - Jeremiah "SpiderMan" Trujillo - CA
  • 2#212 - Anakin "Vader" Smith - AZ
  • 3

    #219 - Hudson Rodriguez - CA

  • 4

    #210 - Joaquin "J Bugsy" Martinez - CA

  • 5

    #204 - Leland Wilson - CA

  • #226 - Gio Ricalde6

    #208 - Brandon "Bubba" Kemmerly7

    #222 - Kouta Toyoda8

 

3 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#323 - Gunner Clinedinst - CA
  • 2#312 - Patrick "PJ" Fernandes - CA
  • 3#303 - Donovan "DMac" McElroy - CA
  • 4#321 - Kurt Akciz - CA
  • 5#315 - William "Wimmy" Realivasque - CA
  • 6#324 - Corbin Nava - CA
  • 7#316 - Ryder Choplin - CA
  • 8

    #304 - Ethan "River" Mack - CA

 

Special Needs - 8 and Under

  • 1#609 - Cassidy Miner
  • 2#605 - Cole Shearen
  • 3#604 - Dylan Toth
  • 4#701 - Jaret Wilson
  • 5#606 - Elle Bowden

 

Special Needs - STRIDER 16"

  • 1#710 - Kaden Holmes - CA
  • 2#706 - Joshua Langford - CA
  • 3#703 - Preston Wood - CA
  • 4#702 - Noah Hatamian - CA
  • 5#705 - Parker Bryant - CA
  • 6#707 - Tyler Hartung - CA
  • 7#708 - Rennie Lee - CA
  • 8

    #704 - Quinn Evans - CA

    9

    #709 - Luke Carlin - CA

     

4 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#411 - Lance Rezac - CA
  • 2#401 - Jamison Posca - CA
  • #403 - Asa Roberts - CA
  • 4#408 - Patrick Schneider - CA
  • 5#410 - Ryan Almaraz - CA
  • 6#407 - Maxton "Max" Mantel - CA
  • 7

    #402 - Cayden Hammer - CA

  • 8

    #406 - Teegan "T-Gun" Hultman - CA

 

5 Year Olds

  • 1#502 - Ryder Clinedinst - CA
  • 2#501 - Talin "Talanelo" Richards - CA 
  • 3

    #503 - Ben Terry - CA

  • 4

    #504 - Henry "Hank" Gasich - CA

  • 5

    #506 - Noah "NoNo" Holmes - CA

  • #508 - Jake "Stunt Man Jake" Familton - CA6

    #505 - Jonah "Jones" Lague - CA7

    #510 Gabriel Torres - FL8

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Set up for the 2015 Lakewood Ranch Strider Championship Race (sponsored by Cycletrader.com) started in the early pre-dawn hours Saturday, April 25th! Bright orange cones and freshly built ramps were dropped in place in preparation for the 9 am start of the two year old race class. 2 and 3 year old STRIDER riders outfitted with full riding gear, GoPro cameras, and customized STRIDER Bikes started rolling in about half hour before race time. Good thing they arrived early and fresh. The weather was not kind to the little ones.

By mid morning and the start of the largest race class – the 3 year olds – the temperature was already over 82 degrees and the humidity just as high. That didn’t phase the young STRIDER riders – mostly boys, who made several practice laps around the 900’ course complete with ramps, tire obstacles and tight corners. Nor did it stop the group of over 25 riders with special needs – some who travelled from over an hour away to race against one another.

It was a beautiful day filled with colorful STRIDER Bike riding, huge smiles, lots of cheers, sweaty heads, personal pride, big shiny trophies, a few minor crashes and likely finished with a solid night’s sleep!

Results are listed below. Unfortunately some of the paperwork was lost so if you don't see your little 2 year old please give us a call so we can update the results. Share your great photos from Lakewood Ranch with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! Check out all of the great photos we have over on our Flickr Account HERE!

2 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#202 William Kennedy - FL
  • 2#207 Moto Harris - FL
  • 3

    #213 - TBD - Please call 605-342-0266 with name

  • 4

    #205 Jack McLoughlin - FL

  • 5

    #214 - TBD - Please call 605-342-0266 with name

  • #208 Cormac Daniel - FL6

    #206 Gunnar Hendrix - FL7

    #212 - Zayn Lamaa - FL8

3 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#308 Brody Johnson - FL
  • 2#302 Brantley Gagne - FL
  • 3#319 Austin Stubbington - FL
  • 4#331 William Larson - FL
  • 5#312 Logan Fleming - FL
  • 6#314 Joseph Toledo - FL
  • 7#330 Ryder Leigh Collins - FL
  • 8

    #306 Landon Rosenberg - FL

4 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#408 Chase Alicea - FL
  • 2#411 Jacob Florea - FL
  • #413 Jasper Mulvihill - FL
  • 4#407 Alexander Mesia - FL
  • 5#404 Peyton Atkins - FL
  • 6#401 Shea Bartholomew - FL
  • 7

    #405 Hayden Bishop - FL

  • 8

    #402 Nicolas Leguizamon - FL

5 Year Olds

  • 1#504 Eito Tokunaga - IL
  • 2#506 Kooper Norton - FL
  • 3

    #507 Maddox Parks - FL

  • 4

    #502 Brady Wallis - FL 

  • 5

    #509  Alejandro Santos - FL

  • #503 Brady Schulte - FL6

    #508 Lily "LaLa" Culver-Wollaston - FL7

    #510 Gabriel Torres - FL8

    #501 Zaniel Cole - GA 9

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