A slew of local BMXers celebrate state titles and show off their championship plates in mid-August at Lincoln Park. They include (back row, from left) Aaron Edwards, 51 and Over Intermediate (#7) and 56-60 Cruiser (#2); Isaiah Muckley, 15 Novice ((#9)) and 15 Cruiser (#1); Iris Winslow, 51-55 Female Cruiser (#1); Shellie Belbin, 46-50 Female Cruiser (#2); Catherine Copass, 46-50 Cruiser (#1); Zephyr Thompson, 10 Intermediate (#2); Colby Groves, 15 Expert (#7); Andy Goldsbary, 14 Expert (#9); Joseph Pinell, 15 Expert (#10); Mason Beal, 14 Intermediate (#5); Jackson Beal, 12 Intermediate (#2); Brian Belbin, 12 Expert (#2) and 12 Cruiser (#2); Zachery Pinell, 13 Expert (#8) and Chase Schweitzer, 15 Intermediate (#2), with (front row, from left) Atticus Reed, 5 and Under Novice (#5); Danny Goettling, 5 and Under Intermediate (#4); Dominc Casebolt, 7 Intermediate (#6); Evan Hernandez, 6 Expert (#1) and 7 and Under Cruiser (#3); Ethan Barbre, 9 Expert (#4) and 9 Cruiser (#2); Cash Coleman, 13 Expert (#4) and 13 Cruiser (#2); Anthony Jones, 11 Expert (#5) and 11 Cruiser (#1); Maverick Williams, 8 Novice (#4), Thomas Dalgardno, 6 Intermediate (#2). Not pictured are state plate winners Anthony Brigandi (14 Intermediate, #7), Natale Brigandi (12 Novice, #9), Taylor Coleman (15-16 Girl Expert, #3, and 15-16 Female Cruiser, #2), Cory Cooke (17-20 Expert, #4, and 17-20 Cruiser, #2), and Piper Williams (14 Novice, #6). Submitted photo

A slew of local BMXers celebrate state titles and show off their championship plates in mid-August at Lincoln Park. They include (back row, from left) Aaron Edwards, 51 and Over Intermediate (#7) and 56-60 Cruiser (#2); Isaiah Muckley, 15 Novice ((#9)) and 15 Cruiser (#1); Iris Winslow, 51-55 Female Cruiser (#1); Shellie Belbin, 46-50 Female Cruiser (#2); Catherine Copass, 46-50 Cruiser (#1); Zephyr Thompson, 10 Intermediate (#2); Colby Groves, 15 Expert (#7); Andy Goldsbary, 14 Expert (#9); Joseph Pinell, 15 Expert (#10); Mason Beal, 14 Intermediate (#5); Jackson Beal, 12 Intermediate (#2); Brian Belbin, 12 Expert (#2) and 12 Cruiser (#2); Zachery Pinell, 13 Expert (#8) and Chase Schweitzer, 15 Intermediate (#2), with (front row, from left) Atticus Reed, 5 and Under Novice (#5); Danny Goettling, 5 and Under Intermediate (#4); Dominc Casebolt, 7 Intermediate (#6); Evan Hernandez, 6 Expert (#1) and 7 and Under Cruiser (#3); Ethan Barbre, 9 Expert (#4) and 9 Cruiser (#2); Cash Coleman, 13 Expert (#4) and 13 Cruiser (#2); Anthony Jones, 11 Expert (#5) and 11 Cruiser (#1); Maverick Williams, 8 Novice (#4), Thomas Dalgardno, 6 Intermediate (#2). Not pictured are state plate winners Anthony Brigandi (14 Intermediate, #7), Natale Brigandi (12 Novice, #9), Taylor Coleman (15-16 Girl Expert, #3, and 15-16 Female Cruiser, #2), Cory Cooke (17-20 Expert, #4, and 17-20 Cruiser, #2), and Piper Williams (14 Novice, #6). Submitted photo

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