Final riding field for Red Bull District Ride decided

Final 25 contenders named for the event in Nuremburg, Germany.

by Don Stefanovich

Source: FMB World Tour

The final 25 contenders for the 2011 Red Bull District Ride have been decided with Brandon Semenuk (CAN), already holding the title of FMB World Tour Champion, leading the field dropping into the historic streets of Nuremburg, Germany. Although already the world champ going into the final stop of the FMB World Tour, Semenuk will be fighting for a win to complete a perfect season with the likes of second place Cam Zink (USA) hot on his wheels.

Over 40,000 fans are expected on September 9 and 10 in the streets of Nuremburg as freeride legends, such as Darren Berrecloth (CAN), Cameron McCaul (USA) and Kyle Strait (USA), shred the city center alongside upstarts like 15-year-old Anthony Messere (CAN) hot off a second-place finish at the Bearclaw Invitational (CAN), and sure to be a fan favorite, the only German to actually compete, Amir Kabbani (GER).

2011 marks the Red Bull District Ride’s return to Nuremburg after a five-year hiatus.

The complete list of contenders to date is:
Amir Kabbani (GER)
Andreu Lacondeguy (ESP)
Anthony Messere (CAN)
Antoine Bizet (FRA)
Brandon Semenuk (CAN)
Cameron McCaul (USA)
Cam Zink (USA)
Casey Groves (USA)
Darren Berrecloth (CAN)
Eric Lawrenuk (CAN)
Geoff Gulevich (CAN)
Gregg Watts (USA)
Kelly McGarry (NZL)
Kurt Sorge (CAN)
Kyle Strait (USA)
Martin Söderström (SWE)
Mehdi Gani (FRA)
Mitch Chubey (CAN)
Niki Leitner (AUT)
Sam Pilgrim (ENG)
Sam Reynolds (ENG(
Szymon Godziek (POL)
Teo Gustavson (SWE)
Thomas Genon (BEL)
Yannick Granieri (FRA)

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