Devo rides on….trail work canceled
T2K is Trails 2000 and Jr DEVO are the future healthy people of Durango. They are meeting at Burket Drive Trailhead tonight to fix them some trails from 4-6pm. If you have not yet done trailwork with Trails 2000, it might not be a bad idea to give it a go. It is great on many levels.Read More
Durango Mountain Bike Camp is offering an expanded mountain bike clinic for women on Saturday May 14th and Sunday May 15th from 9:00a.m. until 3:30p.m.
Basic skills training include proper position on the bike, braking, and cornering followed by lunch and a ride with coaching. On Sunday, participants will tackle more challenging terrain and work on climbing, descending and switch backs. After lunch the day will end with a maintenance clinic.
Riders will be divided into groups based on their riding ability. A momentum of 6 ladies are needed for the clinic.
Groups: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
Things to bring: mountain bike, helmet, gloves, release forms, rain gear and water.
For reservation please call 970-759-5585.
Make sure to catch all the action through the racers words Here.
Race #2 for the RMCF Devo Sweet Elite was a great success! The team finished 2nd overall in the Co-Ed 3-4 person team category. A little different format for the Sweet Elite riders as none of them had ever done a 12hr race before. The team consisted of four riders this week. Colton Andersen, Sage Wilderman, Alicia Rose Pastore, and Teal Stetson Lee. The team had a blast all day and with the nearly 800 riders at the event, the RMCF chocolate bars were a huge hit for everyone trying to recover between laps. Specialized S-Works Epic 29ers were the machine choice of the day as they posted the fastest laps for both men’s and women’s categories! Both fast laps set by Sweet Elite riders! A special thanks goes out to the legend Ned Overend for sporting the RMCF Sweet Elite Kit for the race. What an honor for the team! Another thanks goes out to the rest of the Durango Devo teams at the race for all of their support and camaraderie at the event.
Sage took the reins for lap two. A little worried heading out ahead of legend Dave Wiens, Sage managed to hold off Wiens for nearly 5 miles! Sage posted the fastest women’s lap of the day! Sage had some bad luck on her second lap with two flats. U-19 Devo rider Stephen Davoust saved the day as he stopped to help Sage with a flat even though they were leading the Grommet class!
Alicia Rose the youngest member of the team had two solid laps and keeping the team in contention. Alicia Rose gets the “keeping her cool award” for the day, as she had to bunny hop her Specialized Epic over a very long rattle snake!
Teal took two of the toughest laps of the day. Both seeming to be the hottest parts of the day and with the most traffic. She still rode awesome and kept the team in the standings.
Great day of racing and thanks again to all the sponsors for their great support!
Manager RMCF Devo Sweet Elite
Devo Jr is cancelled for today, Monday May 9th, and U14 is NOT!!!!!Read More
3 Devo teams participated in the 12 Hours of Mesa Verde. The U19 team of Stephen Davoust, Elliott Saslow, Sepp Kuss, and Levi Kurlander earned first in the Grommett class doing 9 laps!!!! The Devo U14 team of Henry Larson, Devin Feilien, Keenan Desplanques, and Wyeth Rosi earned 3rd and the rookie U14 team of Cameryn Sippy, Perrin Kileen, Keiran Eagen, and Dylan Williamson took 4th. Sweet Elite also earned a 2nd with Sage and Colton riding the fastest laps! U14ers River and Chase also rode on adult teams. There were many from Durango riding and cheering! A big thank you to everyone for your support!!!Read More
Have you seen the new BMX track design? Its Rad! 40 more loads of dirt were brought in by some famous track builder and were used to widen and build new lines around the track. The U19ers rode by the other day and raked as the snow came in to town. With Field Blevins as guide, the team worked swiftly to stay warm. Then the Jr Devo kids took to raking last night and had great success for little people. Those rakes are tall. Thanks for the invite Durango BMX and we cant wait to shred the new track.Read More
The Alien Run is coming to Aztec this weekend! Sunday May 1st is the 11th annual race on the ever popular Alien Run Trail network. Put on by the Aztec Public library, this race is as old-school as it gets these days. $25 dollars gets you a T-Shirt, post race meal and a good time. Check this site for all the info.
Sadly, Devo must miss the Alien race this year as it was scheduled on the same weekend as our first Devo Team Race in Fruita, Colorado. The Rabbit Valley Rally is the 2nd race in the Mountain States Cup Series and is our favorite season opener as it draws the top junior talent in the state. Taking place in another Colorado mtb trail mecca, Fruita never fails to pump us up on the sweet desert trails. The Devo U14, U19 and Sweet Elite teams will all be camping out together in a gravel parking lot at Rabbit Valley. Cant wait!Read More