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Sunday, Sep 17, 2017

Solid weekend for Nic Long up in Bakersfield at the Fall Nationals coming home with 2 wins and a second place. 

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Thursday, Aug 31, 2017

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Sunday, Aug 27, 2017

Tangent Pro / Am

Good weekend up in Northern California for both Nic Long & Brooke Crain at the Tangent Pro /Am State Finals at Oak Creek BMX.  Nic took the guy’s win and Holeshot award with a nice $1500 in his pocket all in a day’s work.  Brooke easing back into the race action after injury, hit the podium and also took the Holeshot award cash for an afternoon’s work. Great event and big shout out to the Tangent Crew for supporting Pro racing at the State level.

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Sunday, Aug 27, 2017

Haro / US Junior Development Report

Since July’s UCI World Championships in Rock Hill our US Junior Team have kept busy on the race front all Summer long.  Noah Ramos and Payton Ridenour took wins at the Mile High Nationals in Colorado and just a few weeks later Kamren Larson took wins both days up in Washington at the Lumberjack Nationals. On the State Championships side of things, Payton won her State / Gold Qualifier over in Pottstown, PA with Noah & Kamren both winning out West at the Tangent Pro / Am in Northern California in their respective classes.  Kamren also made the Pro/Am Main event in a deep class of 36 riders, which is a big stepping stone in the larger picture mixing it up with some of the World’s best Elite riders. Colin Whittington who has been focusing on school for the first part of the summer is easing back into race mode getting on the podium at the Las Vegas Nationals and coming in 2nd at this weekend’s States race in Lake Perris, Ca.

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Sunday, Aug 20, 2017

Good weekend up in Washington for the Haro/US Junior Development Team’s Noah Ramos & Kamren Larsen at the USA BMX Lumberjack Nationals. Noah placed 2nd both days with Kamren grabbing the wins on Saturday & Sunday.

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Friday, Aug 11, 2017

Coming off of the UCI World Championships in Rock Hill, South Carolina, the US Junior Devo team spent the week traveling with Jason Carnes’ Berm Academy. Along their trek from South Carolina to Colorado the crew got to shred trails at Valmont Bike Park and Frisco Adventure Park, take a dip in the hot springs, meet a ton of rad people, and have memories that will last a lifetime. In addition to all this, they put down some hot laps at the Mile-High Nationals in Grand Junction, CO. On Saturday, the team was back in racing mode with Payton Ridenour earning a 6th in the 15-16 girls class, Noah Ramos with a 3rd in 16 expert, and Kamren Larsen with a 4th in the 17-18 expert class. Not being satisfied with their results, the team came back stronger on Sunday with Payton and Noah both winning their classes and Kamren finishing in the 2 spot. Next for the team is some much-needed rest, but not too much as they continue to train and prepare for future events.
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