2018 Strider Cup

Results Are In!
2018 Strider Cup
Charlotte, nc


What an amazing weekend for racing! We’re so happy to have had our first ever Strider Cup race in Charlotte, NC. We had an incredible reception and we hope you all had a fun time at the race. The 2018 Strider Cup in Charlotte was held at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. There could not have been a better venue for our first time in the Tar Heel State. Over the weekend, the NASCAR Hall of Fame was home to racers of a different breed. Strider racers sped around obstacles faster than a pit crew can change a set of tires.

We’re pleased to announce that we had over 140 racers show up at our first ever North Carolina race. We hope you had a great weekend, and we’d like to thank you all! 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-, and 4-year-old classes. The open 14x class crowned its big winner as well. A big THANK YOU goes out to the NASCAR Hall of Fame and the City of Charlotte for giving everyone a day of riding, racing, and making new friends!

Don't forget, everyone who participated is welcome to attend the Strider Cup World Championship in Boulder, CO July 20th and July 21st!

Charlotte Race Results

2 & Under Class
Total Riders: 55

1 #122 Anthony Kenny
2 #101 Legend Arellano
3 #111 Brady Baker
4 #143 Kipton Tonzola
5 #150 Dean Sickelka
6 #129 Carter Griffith
7 #152 Beckham Bell
8 #102 Caleb Scaggs
9 #141 Tucker Duggins
10 #115 Wells Griffin
11 #103 Andrew Gunter
12 #123 Trevor Webster
13 #105 Ryder Baricska
14 #114 Bennett Williams
15 #144 Harold Linsley
16 #119 Matthew Tso

3 Year Old 12" Class
Total Riders: 45

1 #122 Luke Liberto
2 #133 D’Nero Willbrich
3 #134 Warren Lacey
4 #116 Logan Montero
5 #142 Valor Conners
6 #141 Gunner Lusk
7 #145 Oliver Virgo
8 #135 Kinsley Villiard
9 #131 Jack Mielke
10 #110 Maria Nikitina
11 #104 Ethan Paloski
12 #144 Charlie Williamson
13 #137 Korbin Helms
14 #113 Elijah Payseur
15 #139 Ellie Gaul
16 #103 Eli Paschke

4 Year Old 12" Class
Total Riders: 35

1 #101 Pasha Ali
2 #133 Lliam Benjamin
3 #135 Elijah Price
4 #105 Parker Harmon
5 #122 Hans Dargel
6 #106 Kieran Halron
7 #104 Peter Shaha
8 #116 Chase Lorusso
9 #128 Cormac Sullivan
10 #126 Preston Platt
11 #127 Noah Reasoner
12 #130 Axel Sakich
13 #103 Carter Lewis

14x Open Class
Total Riders: 9

1 #106 Warren Bugden
2 #109 Brian Catron
3 #101 Jared Creaser
4 #108 Agniya Kuzychenko
5 #107 Axel Sakich
6 #104 Sophia Piechnik
7 #102 Jackson Svatek

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.

Don't miss the 2018 Strider Cup World Championship in Boulder on July 20th & 21st!

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 beautiful Boulder, Colorado.

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