From left: Devin Archer

Revelstoke dirt bikers podium at indoor motocross series

Three Revelstoke dirt bikers reached the podium in the Canadian Arenacross series this fall.

Three Revelstoke dirt bikers reached the podium in the Canadian Arenacross series this fall.

The Future West Canadian Arenacross Championship is an eight-round indoor motocross series that finished in Chilliwack last weekend and also included races in Armstrong and Cloverdale.

Leading the way for the Revelstoke contingent was Skyller Archer, who finished first overall in the open intermediate class and first overall in the youth class.

Devin Archer finished third overall in the beginner class and Seth Chevrier was second overall in the 85cc (12–15) class and five overall in the supermini class.

 

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