Race Report: 2021 USA Cycling National Championships
Stan's riders were once again a dominant force at the U.S. Mountain Bike National Championships in Winter Park, Colorado this past weekend. Stan's riders claimed victories across multiple disciplines, earning national championship titles in XC, DH, STXC, Enduro, and Dual Slalom events and taking a number of additional top spots on the podium.
Erin Huck took the Pro Women's XC win to become the U.S. National Champion before leaving for Tokyo
Men's Dual Slalom National Champion Joey Foresta, with Tommy Zula (2nd) and Collin Hudson (3rd)
Stan's riders owned Dual Slalom, with Joey Foresta taking the championship, followed by Tommy Zula, Collin Hudson (above), and Trevor McCutcheon
Women's Dual Slalom National Champion Kialani Hines with McKenna Merton (3rd)
Riley Amos took home a pair of stars and stripes champion jerseys, winning both the U23 XC and STXC
Lia Westerman took the 19-29 DH win and also finished 3rd in the Women's Pro Enduro
DH Results included wins by Westerman (19-29) and Ryan Pinkerton (15-16) and podium finishes by Austin Dooley and Kialani Hines
Austin Dooley rode to an incredible 3rd in the Men's Pro DH race
Kera Linn has been riding strong and took 5th in Pro Women's Enduro
Total focus from Tommy Zula on his way to 2nd in the Men's Dual Slalom
Trevor McCutcheon took 3rd in the Pro Men's Enduro race and 4th in Dual Slalom
Evelyn Dong on her way to 5th in the Elite Women's XC race
Congratulations as well to Stan's Sealant rider Keegan Swenson who successfully defended his champion's jersey, and to all the riders of all age groups that we supported and saw on course and on the podium this past weekend!