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USA Cycling Announces 2023 BMX National Teams

Following a dominating performance early this year on the UCI Freestyle series and an action-pack BMX Racing National Championships only days ago, the team rosters are set for USA Cycling. Meet the racers and riders rocking the Red, White, and Blue in 2023.

BMX Racing


Keiley Shea (La Habra, Calif.; 316 Racing)

Women Under 23

McKenzie Gayheart (Fort White, Fla.; Factory Full Tilt/ Radio)

Women Elite

Payton Ridenour (Pottstown; Penn.; Mongoose Bicycles)

Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, Ill.; Factory SSquared/Answer)

Daleny Vaughn (Tucson, Ariz.; DK Bicycles)

Alise Willoughby (Saint Cloud, Minn.; Team Toyota/ Daylight Cycle Co.)

Men Junior

Patrick (PJ) O'Brien (Punta Gorda, Fla.; Albe’s Bike Shop)

Ethan Popovich (Valparaiso, Ind.; Haro Bikes)

Men Elite

Kamren Larsen (Bakersfield, Calif.; Haro Bikes)

Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz.; Daylight Cycle Co.)

Cameron Wood (Phoenix Ariz.; Mongoose/USA BMX Foundation)

BMX Freestyle


Perris Benegas (Reno, Nev.; Haro BMX)

Angie Marino (Buffalo, N.Y.; Cult Crew)

Hannah Roberts (Buchanan, Mich.; Hyper BMX)

Chelsea Wolfe (Lake Park, Fla.: GT Bicycles)


Nick Bruce (Youngstown, Ohio; DK Bicycles)

Marcus Christopher (Canton, Ohio; DK Bicycles)

Justin Dowell (Virginia Beach, Va.; Hyper BMX)

Brian Fox (Commerce, Ga.; Woodward Camp)


The excitement is high for those who made the cut, however, we believe a few names are missing, having us as BMX fans eager to see racers and riders prove their stuff as the World Cup season begins. With Olympic and Nationals points on the line at each of the International competitions throughout the next year and a half, what names would you like to see added to allow Team USA to dominate on the #RoadtoParis?

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