Devo Junior Does Trash Pick Up
Devo Coach Chad is also a photographer on the side. Check out some of the Devo athletes and coaches he photos that are part of the collegiate championship program. Check out the weekends action here, http://cycling.fortlewis.edu.Read More
NEW!! Devo will offer two types of camps this year! One is in a natural setting at a Ranch near Vallecito called Wildnerness Trails Ranch. We will be incorporating trail building, a camp out, and pool time into these camps! We will also be keeping two weeks at DMR to continue using the lift and DMR trails as well as basing out of Hoodies. You really can’t go wrong in choosing which camp is best! Both locations are wonderful for riding and learning! Below are the dates:
July 23-27th Devo Summer Camp at Wilderness Trails Ranch ages 6-12
July 30-Aug 3 Devo Summer Camp at Wilderness Trails Ranch 6-12
Aug 6-10th Devo Summer Camp at Durango Mountain Resort 7-14
Aug 13th-17th Devo Summer Camp at Durango Mountain Resort 7-14
More info on the camps? contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
THANK YOU FOR HELPING IN THE PAST! WE NEED YOUR HELP AGAIN!!
The Iron Horse Bicycle Classic is just around the corner, May 26-28th! We hope you can join us again and help make this event happen!
Thank you for your help last year, THE 4OTH ANNIVERSARY of the Race, it sure was an awesome event and we could not have done it without YOU, the volunteers!
Below are the Volunteer Opportunities for 2012,
May 26th (Saturday)
Event: Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race
Position: Hermosa Valley Closure Course Marshals in Durango, Co. (times to come)
Position: Course Marshals in the town of Silverton, Co. for the finish. Shift: 8am-1pm
*Position: Push Bike Park Monitor 8-1PM (NEW EVENT)
Position: Silverton clean-up Shift:1pm-~2pm
Position: Bike Pick up in Durango, Co. at the High School. 2 Shifts: 2-4:45pm or 4:30-7pm
May 27th (Sunday)
Event: Criterium in Downtown Durango, Co.
Position: Course Marshals 3 shifts available 6:45-10:30am,10:15-2:15pm, 2-6:15pm
Position: Criterium clean up. 6-~7pm
Event: Mountain Bike Race in Downtown Durango, Co.
Position: Course Marshals, 2 shifts available: 7:45am-12pm or 11:15am-4pm
New Event: Push Bike Park, Downtown Durango during Criteruim 3 shifts: 730-1115am, 11-215pm, 2-6pm
May 28th (Monday)
Event: Time Trials
Position: Course Marshals in Hermosa Valley. (times to come)
As a volunteer you will receive a meal with your shift. You will also receive an appreciation goody bag including an Iron Horse Bicycle Classic t-shirt and other goodies. And because we really could not do this event without you, we also throw you a PARTY! Again this year
the Volunteer Party will be at The Zink Ranch, catered by Zia taquira and beer by Steamworks.
LET ME KNOW WHAT POSITIONS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SIGN UP FOR OR IF
YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT A POSITION.
Once you are signed up I will send detailed information regarding your position for you to review.
IHBC Volunteer Coordinator
B Men Results: 1. Keenan 2. Matt Phillips 3. Zach 4. Matt Ozvat 5. Daniel 6. Sven 7. Bob 8. Tim 9. Devin 10. Drew 11. Rich 12. Farid 13. Wiley 14. Jack 15. Riley
B Men Hole Shot: Matt Phillips
B Women Results: 1. Julie 2. Sierra
B Women Hole Shot: Julie
A Men Results: 1. Travis 2. Christopher 3. Rolando 4. Gould 5. Jens Nielsen 6. Erich McAlister 7. Snyder 8. Kenny 9. Michael Carroll 10. Levi 11. Grady 12. Miles 13. Wilk 14. Potts 15. Greg Paiham 16. Hector 17. Jason 18. Trevor
A Men Hole Shot: T-Brown
A Women Results: 1. Teal 2. Brianne 3. Kaylee
A Women Hole Shot: Tealy
Thanks for coming out and letting me design a very un-Chad-like course! Hope everyone sleeps well tonight 🙂 STRead More
Thanks for the sweet Geax bike tires Rotem! Rotem Ishay is a professional mountain bike racer for Team Jamis and is also a Fort Lewis College Student. This weekend he is off to Utah to compete in the Collegiate National Roach Championships for the Skyhawks. Last year in Wisconsen he placed 2nd in the Division 1 Road Race!Read More
WEDNESDAY, May 2, 2012
4:00 PM TO 7:00PM
Where: Hog’s Foot Trail
Park at the top of Tech Center Drive and hike to your left to meet the crew.
Closed toe shoes, long pants, long shirt, hat and waterbottle. Additional water and snacks will be provided.
Thank you Collin for riding your bike to benefit the fight to end Alzheimers!
“Growing up in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado got me into adventure as far as traveling around the world and trips of all sorts around the states. I am always up for a good adventure and I am looking forward to the new one i am about to embark on. Thanks for the support and look forward to giving you a great trip and don’t forget to follow me at www.coloradoalzride.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/coloradoalzheimersride.”