2011 USA Cycling BMX National Champions

  
  


2011 USA Cycling BMX National Championships
US Olympic Training Center, Chula Vista, CA
Saturday, April 16, 2011


Elite
 
Elite Men: Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./GT)
Elite Women: Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline)
Junior Men: Rusty Nesvig (San Diego, Calif./Factory Intense)
Junior Women: Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro-Rockstar)
 
Challenge Level
 
Girls 8: Madelynn Desantis (Simi Valley, Calif./Sycamore BMX)
Girls 9: Leyna Jones (Oxnard, Calif./Sycamore BMX)
Girls 11: Madison Martinez (Santa Clarita, Calif./Factory Intense)
Girls 12: Anais Hill (Austin, Texas/Young Guns BMX Factory)
Girls 14: Kelsey Van Ogle (Auburn, Wash./Redman)
Girls 15: Rachel Mydock (Glendale, Ariz./Jr bicycles.com-speed)
Girls 17+: Shay Glynn (Norco, Calif./Profile Racing/Monster)
Boys 5-6: Tyler Grigsby (Rio Linda, Calif./Form-Elite Bicycles)
Boys 7: Peter Choat (Bakersfield, Calif./Hyper Bicycles)
Boys 8: Jack Kelly (Kerns, Utah/Factory Extreme-GHP-Fly)
Boys 9: Patrick Coo (Bellflower, Calif./Bike Alley-Redline-Rocks)
Boys 10: Anthony Saldivar (Ontario, Calif./Bike Alley-Redline-Rocks)
Boys 11: Shayne Lewis (Chula Vista, Calif./Factory QSI BMX)
Boys 12: Kevin Pauls (Simi Valley, Calif./Factory Speed)
Boys 13: Ryan Pettigrew (Watsonville, Calif./Jr Bicycles.com-Speed)
Boys 14: Walker Finch (Fort Collins, Colo./Redman)
Boys 15: Cole Tesar (Huntersville, N.C./Factory Speed)
Boys 16: Maliek Byndloss (Cape Coral, Fla./Ssquared-TLD-Answer)
Men 17-24: Kalvin Davis (Albuquerque, N.M./505 Racing)
Men 25-29: Brandon Panuccio (Phoenix, Ariz./Vendetta-Elite Bicycles)
Men 30 +: Stephen Larralde (Riverside, Calif./Free Agent-Rockstar)
Masters Class: Matt Pohlkamp (Cincinnati, Ohio/Dan’s Competition)
 
Cruiser Class (24”)
Boys 12 & Under: Sean McElroy (Palmdale, Calif.)
Boys 13-14: Ryan Pettigrew (Watsonville, Calif./Jr Bicycles.com-speed)
Boys 15-16: Maliek Byndloss (Cape Coral, Fla./Ssquared-TLD-Answer)
Men 17-24: Chase Hines (Summerville, S.C./SE Racing)
Men 25-29: Brandon Panuccio (Phoenix, Ariz./Vendetta/Elite Bicycles)
Men 30-34: Stephen Larralde (Riverside, Calif./Free Agent-Rockstar)
Men 40 – 44: Jason Carnes (Austin, Texas/Redline)
Men 45+: Eric Rupe (Woodland Hills, Calif./GT-Oakley)
Women 13-14: Destiny Ford (Rio Linda, Calif./Ssquared-AtomLab)
Women 17-24: Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, Ill./Factory Speed)


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