Jenni Hoyer (left), with her husband Brock Hoyer (right), as seen here in Williams Lake at the annual Snow Show, Shine and Swap last November, are at the 2018 X Winter Games in Aspen, CO. where Brock will be competing Saturday, Jan. 27. Angie Mindus photo

VIDEO: X Games champion Brock Hoyer sends a message from Aspen

Williams Lake’s own Brock Hoyer is preparing to defend his X Games gold

Williams Lake snow bikecross champion Brock Hoyer has been practicing in Aspen, CO for Saturday’s 2018 Winter X Games.

Hoyer hopes to bring home gold again, as he did in 2017, and encourages everyone to tune in and watch his main event at 2:15 p.m. on ABC television.

Hoyer, 30, became the first person ever to win a snow bike cross gold medal at last year’s Aspen X Games – the first time the sport was held at the event.

Thank you Jenni Hoyer for sending us the video.

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