Dispatching some elder muscle, Kent commanded Cat 5 PIR, two weeks in a row.
Sacrificing with big "all in" moves, the Cyclisme old guys softened the field for "the kid" Tuesday Night. Then, to recover, they sat in for a bit, but soon they did it all again.
Kent sat in and just watched, and even cheered them on.
He waited until his turn came, and Kent sprinted from very long out, even with all the rest on his wheel,
Winning the week before as well, Kent enjoyed the pack numbing blocking of 35 year old Pete Smith and young pal Noah Beggs while Kent hammered a two man break for the entire race's length.
Meanwhile, in public life Kent is doing well in school, and giving his time to build a cycling program at Blazer Boys and Girls Club.
Pictured below right, Kent the Peer Mentor is explaining the meaning of his Team's Kit to younger kids at The Boys and Girl's Club,
Kent reads from his journal out loud to his Junior team mates a description of what Bicycles and Ideas for Kids' Empowerment means to him, then sells it to sponsors.
I am not a speed reader. I am a speed understander.
Kent and his pal Keegan are ready to ride in Junior Road Nationals in Georgia.