15-year-old Revelstoke cyclist Kellen Viznaugh took gold at the U17 BC Cyclo-cross Championships held on Oct. 21 at Mahon Park in North Vancouver. The rider is in his second season in the discipline

PHOTO: Viznaugh wins gold in Cyclo-cross

Kellen Viznaugh wins gold in U17 Cyclo-cross race in North Vancouver.

Photo: 15-year-old Revelstoke cyclist Kellen Viznaugh took gold at the U17 BC Cyclo-cross Championships held on Oct. 21 at Mahon Park in North Vancouver.

The rider is in his second season in the discipline, which involves riding a street bike with off-road modifications on roads, paths and some cross-country off-road. Viznaugh’s goal this season is to qualify for the national Cyclo-Cross Championships in South Surrey this November.

 

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