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Alise Post makes her Redline debut in Reno and after a classic last-turn move in the very last main of the weekend, she is the talk of the BMX internet.
On the freestyle side of things, Redline signs on up and comer Brandon Dosch – who replaces Kevin Kirally for 2009.
The North American UCi series kicks off with Redline owning the Jr Elite class – Denzel Stein and Canada’s Tory Nyhaug consistently stand on or atop the podiums.
With half of the Elite Mens main being filled with Dutch National Team riders aboard orange & white Flight bikes, as well as Frane's Damien Godet - the 5-of-8 odds were looking good for Redline Global team members to sweep the podiu. And not only did they - but they placed 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6th.
Redline launches an all new website -- their 6.0 version. The website afficiondos at BMXnews.com immediately hailed it as "the first well-executed example, at least in BMX Racing circles, of a site that walks the delicate beam of modern online marketing warfare."
After months of negotiating, Sam Willoughby puts on a Redline uniform for the first time - at the final ABA national of the year; the Grands in Tulsa, OK. With the toughest competition of the year, both Sam and Denzel Stein make the AA-pro main, and play a factor in the title-chase for No.1 Pro.
Not up for a No.1 Amateur title, Canda's Tory Nyhaug fills out a Pro App and makes his professional debut in the single-A ranks at the ABA Grands. After leading many a moto, quarter and semi, Tory finishes the weekend with a 3rd place finish.