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PHOTO: BMX riders race to state placings

Riders from Lincoln Park BMX celebrate the end of the season after competing on the Washington State series throughout the summer and at the state finals in Spokane in mid-September.

Pictured, from left, are Lincoln Park BMX vice president Jason Groves, Tydus Woods (ninth in state at 6 Intermediate), Kristopher Giffin (third at 7 Novice), Brian Belbin (first at 14 Cruiser, fourth at 14 Expert), Jackson Beal (first at 14 Expert, second at 14 Cruiser), Chase Schweitzer (first at 17-20 Intermediate), Kolby Charles (first at 13 Intermediate), Isaiah Muckley (second at 17-20 Cruiser), Shellie Belbin (second at 46-50 Women Cruiser), Tom Dalgardno (second at 8 Cruiser), Kodiak Adkins (fourth at 14 Intermediate) and track operator/president Sean Coleman.

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