Posted by Editoress on 12/16/17
Rob Britton is one of four men on our ballot for the 2017 Canadian Cyclist of the Year Award. Rob, out of Saskatchewan and racing for Rally Cycling, had a breakthrough 2017 road season, beginning with winning the KoM jersey at the Tour of the Gila, followed by a win in Stage 5 of the Tour de Beauce and third in the Men's Individual Time trial at the Nationals. However, his biggest result was winning both a stage at the Tour of Utah and the overall victory in one of the biggest stage races in North America. Below is a video interview with Rob from the Tour de Beauce.
Winner 2017 Tour of Utah
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