She’s also a substitute Devo Coach!Read More
Durango Native Teal Stetson-Lee is Hot on the Cross Scene
Ride the Divide an award-winning feature-length documentary about the world?s longest mountain bike race, continues its debut tour when it drops in on Durango for two shows on Tuesday, October 5 at the Abbey Theater at 6 and 8 p.m. at the Abbey Theatre. Tickets are available at the door for $10 and also will be made available in advance at:www.ridethedividemovie.com/screenings prior to the eventRead More
With Road Apple comes the realization that it is October already. This saturday marks the 1 millionth running of the classic desert mountain bike cross country race. It is a legendary race. As all the areas stars of past and present have made the 45 minute voyage south to take on the rolling power track. Click here to get the event information.Read More
We have a Quiznos behind the Cyclery, but will we have the Quiznos Challenge road race in 2011? Check out Durango’s proposal to host the big road race. http://www.bikedurango.org. Make sure and watch the video, Devo’s Alicia Rose has some reasons why she believes we are a good fit.Read More
Kids mountain bike racing series are popping up all over the country, many with roots in Durango. Rick Wheterald, former FLC cyclist, is promoting a race series in conjunction with the Texas Fall Cup mountain bike series. Nice work Rick! A link to their website is located on our side bar under Teams.
“We run it in conjunction with the regular adult races. I’ll set up a very easy, short course (like a short track) where the parents and spectators can see the kids the whole time. Typically I’ll run a safety clinic before the races, then lead a pre ride of the course, then races divided into two year age groups. I usually leave the course up for a few hours after the race, and it’s always cool to see some of the kids hang out for a while and ride the fun parts of the courses.”
“We’ve got Shimano and Clif as co-sponsors of the series, so the kids get some free schwag when they sign up, and it’s all free. At the Mellow Johnny’s Classic at Lance Armstrong’s ranch a few months ago, Trek and Mellow Johnny’s brought some extra goodies including a couple of pinatas! The kids were lined up and swinging at the pinatas near the adult course right as the Pro men were starting, which was really cool.” -Rick Wetherald, FLC Cycling Alumni and Kids Kup OrganizerRead More