Fletcher takes out two big wins

VIS Future Talent athlete, Hayden Fletcher, had the two biggest wins of his BMX career, winning both Friday and Saturday events in the ‘A pro’ class at the USABMX Music City Nationals in Nashville, Tennessee.

These two major victories make for a huge step in the right direction for Fletcher’s professional BMX career, with his next challenge coming in two weeks time at the USABMX National Tour in Illinois.

Fletcher credits the Nashville track after his two top-notch performance this past weekend.

“Definitely my favourite track I have ever rode!” Fletcher took to social media.

With the 2020 Olympic qualifying races around the corner, Fletcher’s hot form has come at the perfect time and he will have his sights set on continuing his impressive performances into the months ahead.

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