Kabush getting cross

Courtenay's Olympic mountain biker in cyclo-cross action this weekend

Mountain bike star and Olympian Geoff Kabush of Courtenay is among Canada’s top road and mountain bikers expected on the start line of the 2012 Daryl-Evans Canadian Cyclo-Cross Championships and the Daryl-Evans BC Grand Prix of Cyclo-Cross presented by Red Racer, to be held this weekend (Nov. 17-18) at the South Surrey Athletic Park.

Canadian champion Chris Sheppard, 40, Canada’s highest ranked rider in the UCI World Rankings, is registered to compete.

He’ll have stiff competition from mountain bike Olympian Geoff Kabush, 36, who posted three top five results this season in US Grand Prix races, including a third-place finish at the New Belgium Cup.

 

– Cycling Canada

 

 

 

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