Photos for Dump Run #8
FLC Cycling is back on top. The team earned the most points of any collegiate cycling team for the 2008 season. Scoring is based on points from mountain bike, road, cyclocross and track national overall placing. The news comes just days after the college “staff” let go superstar coach Rick Crawford, in the name of restructuring the program. The result of the reshuffling has the student cyclists in an uproar and the community is confused by the decision.Read More
Open B; 1. Kaila Hart 18:45, 2. Annie Cheeney 19:06, 3. Hannah Madden 19:23, 4. Collin Francom 19:34, 5. Summer Ellefson 19:38, 6. Joan Walker 20:03, 7. James Shahan 20:41
B Holeshot: Collin Francom
A Women; 1. Teal Stetson-Lee, 2. Alicia Rose Pastore, 3. Kricket Lewis
A Men; 1. Chad Wells, 2. Dustin Wanstrath, 3. Erich McAlister, 4. Nate Whitman, 5. Chad Cheeney, 6. Howard Grotts, 7. Robin Guillaume, 8. Lars Ellefson, 9. Ben Kraushaar, 10. Alex Howard, 11. Sepp Kuss, 12. Jack Ellefson, 13. Matt Phillips, 14. Gino Pastore
A Holeshot: Dustin WanstrathRead More
No date has yet been announced for 2008’s high school/middle school state championships, but they do have a schedule set for the weekend. Check it out here. Host site, Camp Shadybrook is located somewhere near Colorado Springs. More info when more info arrives.Read More
Tonights Durango DEVO Short Track event will take place up in the Durango Mountain Park at the ol’ dump site below Hogsback. To get there ride up from Mana Soup Kitchen or take the dirt road in the Tech Center past the recycling center. The course will be pretty flat with several long gravel road sections. A small portion of the spirit trail singletrack and a technical rocky, turny section will make you smile to ease the pain. 5$ is the cost and sign ups will take place at the race site, 530pm. 6pm will start the B’s and 630 will see the A’s do battle. Should be good.
Moncos local Steve DOOM Fassbinder finished up 3rd after racing the 24 Hours of Adrenalin World Championships last weekend in Canada. DOOM is a former world champion in the event and was honored by being selected into the 24 hour racing Hall of Fame during the weekends festivities. He was recognized for pioneering the singlespeed category and being the competitor with the biggest smile throughout the gruelling event.
Another athlete Jeff Toohey of Austrailia, who spent the past month staying and training with DEVO’s Pastore family, placed 4th overall in the race, with Austrailians taking the top 4 spots. Dang those Aussi’s can race!Read More
For the second year in a row, the Hermosa Offroad Classic was a tasty-fast mudbath for the competitors who took to the challenge. Travis Brown, Trevor Downing, and Dylan Stucki took the top spots in the Pro Men and Shannon Gibson, Lyra Parker and Teal Stetson-Lee for the women. The racers are still up at the north trail-head as I type having a classic post race campout. It was seriously the best race of the year. Don’t miss it ever again. Full results to be out sometime soon.
Alicia Rose Pastore 1st Jr Ex Women, Kaila Hart 1st Jr Women, Summer Ellefson 2nd Jr Women, Howard Grotts 1st Jr Ex Men, Gino Pastore 3rd jr Ex Men, Sepp Kuss 1st jr boys, Levi Kurlander 2nd jr boys, James Shahan 3rd jr boys, Annie Cheeney 2nd sport women, Jeanne Pastore 1st sport women, Mark Pastore 4th sport men, Jess Reed 7th singlespeed B, Kricket Lewis 6th singlespeed B, Chad Cheeney 2nd singlespeed ARead More
Mancos, Colorado shredder, Steve Fassbinder aka “DOOM”, will be racing at this weekends 24 Hours of Adrenalin World Championships in Canmore, British Columbia. He has been inducted in the 24 Hour Racing Hall of Fame and will be honored at the burly event. The race takes racers around and around on a technical singletrack lap for 24 hours straight. The person with the most laps finished in 24 hours win. Dang! Also racing will be Jeff Toohey of Austrailia who has been living and training with DEVO’s own Pastore family for the past month in preparation for the event. Check out this web site to watch this saturdays event live.Read More
DEVO alumni Tad Elliott is in Canada this weekend and next, to race back to back World Cup xc events for the first time. The recent U-23 national champion will be competing against the best racers of all ages, in the world. Check up on him through the weekend at Cyclingnews.com. Good luck Tad!Read More
U-19 Ladies results and commentary
Alicia Rose 19:57(pr) “i love my bike!” – Kaila 24:53(pr) “well, i was hoping to break 20, but this is a PR” – Sarah 26:36(pr) “i tried my best and that’s my best ever!” – Joan 29:55 “i can do better!” – Hannah 31:29 “i’ve been at sea level for a week!”
Kyle 19:40, Chase Orrick 19:26, Howard Grotts 16:33(pr), Daniel 24:11
Hannah Q. 31:06, Elyse 32:57, Kaylee 26:12(pr), Hannah P. 31:05(pr), Martina 32:40(pr), Whitney 30:10(pr), Lily 29:49(pr), Amy 27:51(pr)
James 28:47(pr), Tucker 26:20, Levi 23:33(pr), Sepp 19:02(pr), Gino 18:19, Cully 23:47(pr), Collin 24:39, Hank 26:34, Chris 20.22(pr)
Coaches and Others
Shaun 20:38(on a touring bike), Annie 27:57, Chad 16:33(pr), Kricket 21:33 “not bad for a chick on a 32-16”Read More
Its finally here. The second annual Hermosa Offroad Classic returns this saturday, july 26th at 9am. Meet at the lower Hermosa Trail head sometime before 9am and pay Fort Lewis College Cycling Team 35 bucks, then prepare to be stoked. The race climbs up the super popular trail and finishes at the north trail head. Upon arrival, racers will be greeted with juicy meat, sweet high alpine streams, cold beverages, sundown outdoor movie theatre and a bunch of smiling, satisfied faces. A camp-out will follow and all are invited. If camping is on your agenda, bring your gear to the race start and it will be shuttled to the finish courtesy of Dave Hagen. We’ll see you there. Read More