Photo: Revy Riders on the podium

Skyller Archer, Seth Chevrier reach podium in Future West Motocross Series.

Two Revelstokians reached the podium in the summer Future West Motocross Series overall standings. Skyller Archer finished second overall in the Intermediate MX2 class

Two Revelstokians reached the podium in the summer Future West Motocross Series overall standings. Skyller Archer finished second overall in the Intermediate MX2 class, and second overall in the Intermediate MX3 class. Seth Chevrier finished second overall in the Junior B class and third overall in the Schoolboy class. Devin Archer also took part in the series, racing in the beginner class in Kelowna. The race series, which featured the top dirt bikers in the province, finished last weekend at the Future West BC Championships at the Bear Creek track in Kelowna.

~ Contributed by Joel Chevrier

 

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