FLC Squawker Classic Road Race

FLC Squawker Classic Road Race

  |   Devo Revo (road), Photos

The 2013 FLC Cycling Squawker Road Classic is coming up on April 6th and 7th. With 3 races in two days it is quite an undertaking, especially for course marshals, but if you have a specialty, we’ll use you. If you aren’t racing – then perfect, come help us out. If you are planning on racing please do your part and find someone who can help out. We have 5 registration shifts and 5 course marshal shifts.
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Registration
Sat. April 6
6:30am-9am – 4 people
10am-2pm – 2 people
2pm-5pm – 1 person
Sun. April 7
6:30am-10am – 2 people
10am-1pm – 2 people

Course Marshals-
Sat. April 6
7am-10am – 4 people
10:30am-2:30pm – 8 people
2pm-6pm – 8 people
Sun. April 7
7am-11am – 19 people
10:30am-3pm – 19 people

Please contact Hagen, Dave and please include desired shift, name, cell phone and email.
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Last night’s Devo Jr Adv group on top of Hog’s Back

  |   Junior DEVO

Last night's Devo Jr Adv ride on top of Hog's Back

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Hello Devo Push bike groups. You may want to check out this contest and get a photo in the mix. Those pushers are cute. 13 days till Jr Devo Push Bike’s first class. See ya then.

Devo Jr still has openings!!!
Monday Kinder: 2 slots
Wednesday all girls beg/int: 7 slots
Thursday mixed 2nd-5th: 6 slots
Friday 1st grade 2-4pm: 2 slots
Monday 1st grade: full
Tuesday 2nd-3rd: full
Tuesday 3rd-5th: Full
Wednesday co-ed adv 4th-5th: full
Monday all girl adv: full
Preschool Weds: full
Pre school Tuesday 10-11:30: full
Friday Kinder 2-4pm: full

All other Push bikes are full

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Devo Coaches Seminar This Saturday

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This Saturday at Fort Lewis College the Devo coaches from Push Bike, to Explorers, will meet from 9am to Noon to discuss the art of youth cycling instruction. Devo has over 40 coaches, from ages 14-50. If you are interested in coaching with Devo, give us a jingle. Get ready for a good season of cycling.
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Sweet Elite Roll Out a Great Sucsess

  |   RMCF DEVO Sweet Elite

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Bikers on Snow!

  |   Photos

Thanks to Durango Nordic and mother earth for the glorious Coke Race at DMR. What a great day!

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FLC Squawker Classic is back in April

  |   Devo Revo (road)
Just wanted to let you know that the 2013 FLC Cycling Squawker Road Classic is coming up on April 6-7. For non-collegaite racers we will be offering a Time Trial down La Posta, a downtown neighborhood Criterium and the classic campus loop road race. The flyer is attached. Please put it on your calendars and spread the word.
Let me know if you have any questions.
ALSO – weather permitting, FLC Cycling will start it’s Wednesday evening TT series on March 6th. More details as the date approaches.
Thanks,
HAGEN
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Interview with Devo Board Member, Travis Brown

  |   Photos, Superstar Interviews
q; What was your first “race” bike and what was your first part upgrade?
a;First race bike was a Stumpjumper made out of Tange Prestige tubing bought from the Outdoorsman which is now MBS.  The first part upgrade I made was a Bontrager Switchblade fork.  At that time the bolt together crown was the same as on the Rock Shox RS1 and you could swap between rigid fork and suspension fork depending on the course and just change the lowers.  The first mountain bike that I started exploring the trails around Durango was a Fisher Montare, it was actually my moms but she didn’t ride it much.  She bought it from Durango Cyclery.
q; What is your favorite bike now and what has been your most recent part upgrade?
a;I ride so many different bikes now as Trek and the rest of the industry is re vamping most models on a 1 to 3 year cycle so that is not a lot of time to get attached to a bike.  The bike that I am most attached to though is the last 69er single speed prototype that we made before we stopped with that wheel platform.  It out corners everything else I have on a trail like South Rim.
q; Rank riding destinations you visited in the past 5 years. (mine-Sedona, Fruita, grand junction, Wanaka, NZ, and WInter Park.)
a;We have pretty similar tasts  I have been riding in Sedona a lot in past couple years and the network there is really fun.  I want to explore New Zealand more too.  Durango is my favorite then a four way tie between St. George/Hurricane, Cortina, Sedona and Rotorua. I need to get back to explore the new east coast riding again as well.  Mt. Snow was one of my favorite race venues and I want to check out the new Kingdom Trails network near there.
q; If you where on the pro mtb circuit these days, how would you train in the offseason? Same as in the past, or have you learned a few things since?
a;I would probably not push milage quite as much when it is cold out.  The energy requirement to benefit ratio is high.  So either more cross training like skiing and running and more trips into the amazing southwest desert.
q; If you had 1.5-2 hours to crank out a loop from downtown Durango before the world ended, and you already knew that your family and friends were going to be safe, whats your route.
a;That is a hard choice like most locals I really like the new trails at Twin Buttes but I would have to go for Powerline/Skyline/HyperExtended/Wilky/Telegraph/Crites/Sidewinder/Skull/South Rim/Sale Barn.  That ride has everything.
Travis Brown shredding the rad!

Travis Brown shredding the rad!

 

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