Tonight is the night to kick off the DEVO short track series out at Three Springs. Registration will begin at 5pm with the first race starting at 5:30 for the B men and women. 6pm will see the elementary aged Jr DEVO riders shredding the course with their fresh skills from spring practice. 6:30 will start the A men and women. The circuit course is a 3-6min lap with a gradual packed dirt climb, to a sandy sweet, wide descent, and a long finishing strait. Zia Taquaria will be serving burritos at the Three Springs hangout area from 6:30 to 8pm. Local musician Robin Davis will be entertaining during the post race grub-fest. Cost for the event is $10 to race and 7$ for the sweet Zia bag dinner. All proceeds go towards the running of the Durango DEVO team. Thanks for the support and we’ll see you there.Read More
Three Springs/DEVO Circuit Race Tonight
This wednesday, June 11th at the Durango Recreation Center, Trails 2000 will have its annual membership picnic. Burritos and refreshments from Nini’s, this is a great time to sign up for the 2008 season and reflect on the sweet 2007 trail action. Give Trails 2000 your support, it is such a great local non-profit. Durango is Rad!Read More
DEVO alumni, Tad Elliott place 3rd today in a stacked pro class at Vail, Colorado’s Teva Games. Named after the late 90’s popular sport sandal, the weekend is packed full of competitions ranging from, dog fetching to kayaking. Check out Tad’s sweet result here.
DEVO U-14er’s Cully Brown and Sepp Kuss were also competing over the weekend. Cully placed 1st out of a ton of older dudes in the 5k mud run while Sepp took 4th in the junior road bike hill climb. Nice work.Read More
TWells is on his way to sealing the deal and become the first 2 time US mtb Olympian.
Nice work man! Check out Elke Brutsaert in the background of the photo. Elke helps out with our U-19 women’s team and is the massager for Adam Craig, who is the probable 2nd man for the US Olympic squad.Read More
Durango Mountain Resort and Durango DEVO have teamed up to host an event to test the lungs of local racers on Saturday August 30th. A post race BBQ will follow the event which will mass start at Columbine and ascend to the tipity top of lift 8. More info will be available in two weeks. Get ready to suffer and love it!Read More
Fort Lewis Cycling head coach Dave Hagen has reinvented the wheel with the Hermosa Offroad Classic. Returning for a second year, the race goes back to the roots of Durango racing and rides up the classic southwestern high country route, Hermosa Creek Trail. The race starts in Hermosa and climbs to the sweet grassy meadows of you know where, high country paradise.A BBQ follows up the effort for all attendees with music and camp out to follow. This is a must do event.Read More
Durango DEVO U-19 cyclist, Taylor Borucki grabbed a spot on the five man roster to represent the junior category at the Downhill World Championships in Italy later this month. Taylor is currently waiting on the final word from local docs after tweaking his ankle riding trails last sunday. Please send Taylor positive vibes this week as he awaits the verdict. He recently placed third at the NORBA national race in Angel Fire, New Mexico. This season and last, he has accumulated enough points to place him third in the nation in the highly contested junior expert category.Read More
Yo Cyclists, check out this sweet local photo project by Durangoan, Chris Giles.
“I am pleased to introduce you to a small but remarkable group of individuals who truly embrace and portray the essence of a Bike Geek. A Bike Geek is one who has an exceptional love or devotion to their bikes and cycling. They come in all shapes, colors and sizes and are typically full of energy and character. Enjoy my portrait gallery of geeks and their two wheeled friends. And if you know a Bike Geek that would be a candidate for this project, I’d love to hear from you!”