Top Secret Training Camp

Top Secret Training Camp

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Top Secret Training Camp attendees need to RSVP at the Cyclery by 6pm monday night or it will be cancelled. So far only Hank Stowers has made contact with Russ. Call him at 247-0747. Yo will need $50 for the cooked meals, sleeping bag, toothbrush, 3-5 pairs of chamois, jersey and socks, U-19ers need tent, camp chair, power bars, and a smile. The camp is 32 miles from town, on the left before Aztec. Map will be out soon. Carpool from Rec Center south parking lot on Friday after school. Pick up on Sunday 3-4pm at Top Secret Camp site. Each teams coach will be attendance for the weekend, along with several top secret guests. There are no showers at camp and we will have a private toilet. Sounds good? Camp Itinerary will be out soon. Questions call Chad 764-5758 RSVP call Russell at 247-0747 by 6pm on monday. Thanks

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A Good Spring Time Reminder

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I was recently reminded that the majority of cycling on this green earth is in the name of transportation and not racing. We are lucky to live in a place where we can do both. Keep it up.

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Jr DEVO RosterNationNews 2008

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  • All Jr DEVO rides are 4-6pm 

Here it is jr DEVO folks; an up to date list of each of our spring season sign-upees. If you find your childs name below, that means we have recieved something from you indicating your interest in that ride. You should be turning in 3 to 4 signed forms and $ for each of your children. We will be starting this upcoming week. Our coaches are stoked to ride with your children. Each ride will have a USA Cycling certified coach on hand. Each ride will focus on a specific skill, so ask you kids how to ride at the end of the day. Sorry parents, no riding along this year. We will be assisted by Fort Lewis College cycling team members on our larger rides. Please remember to pack your child a snack for the ride, snacks rule and bonks make you drool. Please contact annie@durangodevo.com with any registration stuff. Have a nice Sunday.

  • 20′ Tuesday Ride with Coaches Evan Elliott and Annie Cheeney; Cameron Cunningham, Jason Caplin, Liam Foster, Alex Caplin, Ozio Mills, Elias Roberts, Lukas Adamski, Will Martella, Max Sinberg, Maddie Strum,  Marisa Looney and Zoe Furer 
  • 6&7 Year Old Ride with Coach Deb Hall; Ethan Holst, Luke Nicholsan, Maddie Jo Robbins, Calvin Chase, Corbin Reiter, Carter Reiter, Kacey Chen, Lucy Hickox, Emery Hannum and Jack Beattie
  • 24′-26′ Wednesday Ride with Coach Greg Lewis; Charlie Greenburg, Lucas Robbins, Devon Felien, Chase Pierson, Kevyn Latham, Owen Dahlberg, Beau Crist and Nash McNichol
  • ALLGirlsRIDE on Wednesday with Coaches Annie Cheeney, Sabina Kraushaar, Melissa Mayer and Kendra Holmes; Jossie and Elly Earl, Ellen Campball, Peyton Floyd, Indigo Farmer, Martina Panzee, Anne Chase, Bryn and Mira Joyner, Emma Aggelar, Ally Hall, Maddie Shalone, Sadie Smith, Ellie Fielen, Katja Freeburn?, Emma Greenburg, Bryce Ward, Abbey Allsopp, Teagon Garland, Camryn Sippy, Sabina Lindler, Avra Saslow and Hannah Smith
  • 24′-26′ Thursday Ride with Coaches Chad Cheeney and Greg Lewis; Zachary Mickelson, Charlie Greenburg, Derrick Pansze, Grace Pansze, Amanda Schwartz, Devon Feilen, Chase Pierson, Drew Allsopp, Kelly Perry, Spencer Mooney,  Harrison Quick, Sophia Quick, Ben Martella, Avra Saslow, Eno Ulshafer and Cole Johnson 
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DEVO Roster as of Monday Night

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  • U-14 ladies; Elyse Massone, Emily Schaldach, Amy Katz, Kaylee Blevins, Hannah Quick, Lilly Oswald, and Coach Jess Reed
  • U-14 boys; Elliott Slaslow, Levi Kurlander, Haakon Sigurslid, Hank Stowers, Chris Blevins, James Shahan, Stephan Davoust, Sepp Kuss, Tucker Leavitt, Gino Pastore, Colin Francom, and Coaches Chad Cheeney and Greg Lewis
  • U-19 ladies; Joan Walker, Kayla Hart, Hannah Madden, Alicia Rose Pastore and Coach Kricket Lewis
  • U-19 men; Kyle Horn, Chase Orrick, Howard Grotts, Taylor Borucki, Dan Walker and Coach Chad Cheeney

If your name is not on any of these lists, please call us at 764-5758 and we’ll get it sorted out. Have a nice day!

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DEVO News 3-27

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Things are happening slow right now. Our landlord wants to move back in to his house, by May 1st, and has asked us to move out after 9 years of sweet Durango life. We are supper bummed. I actually cried all day and I have a beard and everything. DEVO is still on this upcoming week. Rosters, numbers and that stuff will be later than earlier due to our predicament. Please contact us with any sweet commutable housing ideas. Thanks.1202658868-1.jpeg 

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Top Secret Training Camp NEW DATES

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TSTC’s new dates are April 4-6th. This is classified information and should be whispered when delivered. For registration, please contact or visit with Russell at the Durango Cyclery. Please register with Russ by March 31 which is a monday. The secret location is 32 miles from Durango. The $50 camp is open to all U-14 and U-19 male and female DEVO riders. Each teams’ coach will be in attendence as well as several top secret super stars. We need those planning to attend to RSVP ASAP with RUSS at 247-0747. We cant wait!  http://4corners.info/ 

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Jr DEVO NEWS 3-25

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Good Tuesday to you all. The season starts next week my friends. Are you ready? We are getting ride lists set up at the moment, with final rosters to be here around friday. Look below to find a complete list of jr DEVO forms and schedules. The trails are still muddy and the sun is out oh so sweetly. DEVO practices will be going on as scheduled. Spring trail riding will prove to be a tricky endeavor this year, and it is our aim to teach the jrs how to respect the trails. Have a nice day and please contact chad@durangodevo.com or annie@durangodevo.com with any questions.

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Form-O-Rama, the latest in Jr. DEVO Forms

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This was the 2008 edition, 2009 coming soon

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http://ocs.fortlewis.edu/forestPlan

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San Juan Forest Plan Comments: The comment period for the San Juan Forest Plan has been extended for one month until April 11. If you have not sent in comment, please do so as soon as possible to: Offered via web site at: http://ocs.fortlewis.edu/forestPlan, by FAX to: 916-456-6724, or by mail to San Juan Plan Revision, P.O. Box 162909 Sacramento, CA 95816-2909 The draft Plan and draft EIS can be viewed and downloaded in Portable Document Format (PDF), at the following Web site: http://ocs.fortlewis.edu/forestPlan.

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Chase Orrick's Film Durango DEVO

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chaseweb.jpgFor a donation of $15.00, you can own u-19er Chase Orrick’s film Durango DEVO. The film documents the 2007 race season. There are only 12 copies left in the world, so act fast. Click on videos to the right to view the vid in four parts. Chad@durangodevo.com, first come first serve. 

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Bike Parade on Sat

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Pedal for the Planet Bike Parade and Open Mike. What: Celebrate alternative transportation with this spontaneous bicycle convergence. Don’t just watch, join in! Decorate your bike, build pedal-powered floats, and enjoy an open mike with music and spoken word by the river. When: Saturday, March 22 – 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Decoration, float building, and open mike; 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. Bike Parade Where: Durango Recreation Center Amphitheater Other info: Bring your own bike Cost: Free. For more info: Contact Melissa Davis at madavis@fortlewis.edu 1206052625.jpeg  

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Parents on Rides

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Sorry parents, 2008 will officially be the first year that parents are not allowed on DEVO rides. Do not worry, you have not been bad, it is a learning thing. We believe that children are more apt to learn in a group setting when they have a trained coach to pay attention to. Have nice spring breaks!dmbc.jpg 

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Top Secret Training Camp is April 4-6

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Yes, TSTC is going to be amazing and is open to all u-14 and u-19 male and female athletes. Desert riding at it’s best. Athletes must RSVP through Russ, owner of the Durango Cyclery, by March 31st at 6pm. Schedule will be made public late March. Basically, riders will be dropped off at base camp friday early evening and will be picked up Sunday at 3-4pm. Sorry, parents are not invited. The camp staff will have shelter, food, toilet and activity under control. Top Secret guests will make appearances and each teams coach will be there to lead daily rides and activities. Athletes will need several pairs of clean chamois and jersey’s, sleeping bag, 5 pair socks, sunscreen, energy bars, camp chair, and warm clothes. Carpooling will take off from the Durango Rec Center on Friday after school. If you need a ride, call a teammate and make it happen. The trip will cost each rider 50.00. Fun and sand will be included at no extra charge. Location will be whispered in late march.

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