Jr Devo Bike Check with FLC Cycling
There is a new Mountain Bike Trainer in town, Wilderman Functional Fitness. Wilderman Functional Fitness was created by the 2007 Collegiate Downhill National Mountain Bike Champion, Cody Wilderman and his wife Linda Wilderman. Cody Wilderman also races motocross at the No Limit series in the B class as well as the WEBE Hare Scramble Series in the A Class. Wilderman Functional Fitness has developed a comprehensive month-by-month mountain bike specific training program. This program is designed to take any athlete to the next level by using strength and conditioning exercises that help to improve safety, speed, agility, strength, and mindset on a mountain bike bike. Wilderman Functional Fitness offers one on one coaching, program development, nutritional advice and more. Wilderman Functional Fitness would like to offer any Durango Devo racers the opportunity to improve their strength with programs for just $100/month just for being a member of Durango Devo. This program is a comprehensive training program that includes: one personal training session per week, weekly detailed workouts, unlimited phone, email and Skype consultation, as well as sound nutritional advice. All trainers at Wilderman Functional Fitness are CPR/AED certified as well as certified fitness trainers by the International Sports Science Association. Currently, Wilderman Functional Fitness is responsible for the strength and conditioning program of multi-time National Champion Sage Wilderman and AMA motocross racer, Coby Adair.
“Working with Cody and Linda is great because they provide the discipline you need to work hard and get stronger as well as the knowledge to do the exercises correctly. Each time I workout, I know for sure what I am doing is safe and will benefit my riding. I am confident that by working with Wilderman Functional Fitness I will be able to reach new heights as a racer this season.”-Sage Wilderman
If interested, please contact:
Cody Wilderman, CFT Owner/Trainer
Hello Ski and Cycling fans. Its that glorious time of year where you can ride the bike and ski in the same day. This weekend at Durango Mountain Resort, you can do just that with the Durango Devo Locals Day.
Devo Coaches and Athletes have put together a Mob Run Schedule throughout the day and would like to invite you to join us.
DEVO MOB RUN Schedule (bring a Devo jersey to wear during these)
10am at bottom of six pack
12pm at top of chair 3
4pm at bottom of six pack
Also remember to bring the Fat Bike for a run down the mountain after the last skiers go down. Meet at the six pack at 4pm and bring 50 cents if you want a lift. You will just need to sign a waiver. Rumor also has Ska raffling off a sweet Venture snowboard at 4pm as well, so plenty of action this sunday! Print off the below!
In November, Bicycle Lemonade built and sent 8 kids bikes to La Bocana, Mexico with a guy from Durango. La Bocana is a little fishing village in the far south peninsula, population of 600 people. One bike went to a little girl in the club who had no bike to ride as none in the village fit. Nice work Bicycle Lemonade. Recycle them bikes! Check out the BOCANABEACHBIKERS web site here.Read More
Junior Cyclocross looks to be on the up in the US. Cyclocross Magazine put together these impressive stats on the number by state of cyclocross junior racers at the races and Colorado, Washington and Oregon look to be the leading forces. Read the interesting article here. Would love to see this work applied to the junior mountain bike scene.Read More
The FLC Dead Squirrel TT series has begun and will continue Wednesday nights at 5pm. The Start/Finish is at Mountain Madness Brew Pub (formerly Sweeney’s) on the corner of HWY550 North and CR 203 (west side of the valley). The course travels north on CR 203, right on Trimble Lane, then a quick right onto HWY550 southbound and then a horseshoe right back onto CR 203 to finish where you started. It is a 15K TT (17-30minutes). Be sure to wear plenty of clothing, you can shed it for your ride, because when you are done it could be a very chilly ride home. Show up a little before 5pm to get your name on the start list. THESE TTs WILL HELP US DETERMINE TTT TEAMS FOR THE RACES ON OUR CONFERENCE SCHEDULE. WE WILL ALSO ENCOURAGE YOU ALL TO DO AN INDIVIDUAL TT THEN GET WITH A TEAM OF 4 TO DO THE COURSE AGAIN TTT STYLE! Open to all.
Dead Squirrel TT Schedule:
2/29/12 – 5pm – Mountain Madness
3/7/12 – 5pm – Mountain Madness
3/14/12 – 5pm – Mountain Madness
3/21/12 – 5pm – Mountain Madness
Dead Elk TT Schedule:
3/28/12 – 5:30pm – Trimble Crossing
4/4/12 – 5:30pm – Trimble Crossing
4/11/12 – 5:30pm – Trimble Crossing