Thats right, round 5 of the 12 race Animas Orthopedic Short Track Series see’s DMR’s Coke Circuit Course home to its second timed affair. The short track will be 20-30 minutes long as usual and will begin at 530 with the B men and Women. The Kids Race will follow at 6pm and the A men and Women will wrap it up at 630. The race is only $5 this time and if you need help finding a ride, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. See ya up there!Read More
AOA Short Track Wednesday DMR
Good luck and best wishes to the Bicycle Works Junior Cycling Team from Texas as they prepare for Nationals in Granby, this July 16th. The team is in Colorado for the month to prepare for the competition. DEVO team members rode with the Texan lads these past 2 weeks and they also competed in several of the local AOA SHort Tracks.Read More
Animas Orthopedic/DEVO Short Track #4
June 23, 2010
B Men; 1. Stephan Davoust, 2. Levi Kurlander, 3. Jeff Vierling, 4. Devin Feilen, 5. Clint Campell, 6. Keenan Desplanques
B Women; 1. Avra Saslow, 2. Kaylee Blevins
B Holeshot; Stephan Davoust
Kids Race; Ellie, Austin and Hayden
A Women; 1. Teal Stetson-Lee, 2. Kaila Hart, 3. Annie Cheeney, 4. Rebecca Gross
A Men: 1. Rotem Ishay, 2. Joey Thompson, 3. Adam Snyder, 4. Howard Grotts, 5. Chad Cheeney, 6. Colton Anderson, 7. Gino Pastore, 8. Dylan Stucki, 9. Greg Lewis, 10. Joe Schneider, 11. Bryan Morra, 12. Levi Kurlander, 13. Stephan Davoust, 14. Dave Hagen
A Holeshot; Joey ThompsonRead More
DEVO U14er Henry Larson and family are at the White House. This is the first reported DEVO athlete to land on the historic site. Rich, Henry’s Dad has reported a hot and muggy day in DC. Henry’s teammates are in Crested Butte this weekend for their team race #3 of the season. The team will miss you Henry.Read More
Durango DEVO U19er and 12 year old speedster, Chris Blevins pulled out a sweet podium spot at the Junior Road nationals in Bend, Oregon on Tuesday. Chris went down early in the race at mile 8 and was able to get back on the bike unscathed. He then closed a 30 second gap from the peleton to the lead group of six and caught on to the six with 1 kilometer to go. He sprinted and placed 3rd, finishing with the same time as the leader. The Crit is today. Chris is the first DEVO athletes to compete at the junior road nationals, and the first to podium. Well done!
Junior Men 10-12 Road Race
1. Grant McElroy (Portland, Ore./Beaverton Bicycle Club) 37:31.00
2. Matteo Jorgenson (Boise, Idaho/Boise Young Rider Dev. Squad) 37:31.00
3. Christopher Blevins (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 37:31.00
4. Gage Hecht (Parker, Colo./Intl. Christian Cycling) 37:32.00
5. Michael Hocking (Boise, Idaho/Boise Young Rider Dev. Squad) 37:32.00
Snday at Buckley is the commuter expo. Come and shred the Devo opostickle course. Bicycle Lemonade will be there as well if you’d like to grab a tool and work on your future townie, while supplies last.
Heres the schedule in Durango this week, Bike to Work Month, tons of stuff!Read More
Ned_Furtado 2010 Results, Full Results from Saturdays race are on the left of this sentence.
The sun shown bright and the first race went off like magic at 9am, the first wave was the Beginner and Sport category Men and Women. A mass start circuit course was built this past month by Trails 2000 on the base area hill around the six-pack, including a well done pump track which nestles just past the Durango Coca-Cola Bike Park entrance arch. The race lap times ranged from just over 2.5 minutes to 5. This being the first race in the Durango Coca-Cola Triple Crown NedFurtado Circuit Race.
There were a fair share of spills out on the chicane section at the end of the lap. This is where the most of the finish line fans congregated, an easy to spectate area with views of 87% of the 1.1 mile lap. At one point, Beginner male 3rd place finisher wiped out on a corner and at the very same time, his mother and Beginner female winner took an identical spill, both walked away unhinged. In the pro/ex race, race leader Joey Thompson flatted on lap 1, missing a lap and making his way from the back of the pack to 11th place.
The kids race had some sweet racing with both winners earning their victorious medals on last lap attacks. Winners of each category were awarded day passes to Durango Mountain Resort and this was cool. 2 guys from Monteray, Mexico who didnt win had a pretty sweet battle in the pro/expert race, smiling all the way around. U14 coach Annie won the sport race and so did River Weiss for the boys.
In the pro/expert womens race it was DEVO Director, Sarah Tescher with the win on a mid race attack over junior speedster, Alicia Rose Pastore and U14 coach Jess Reed. And crushing the final half of the race to win was Todd Wells, looking smooth as the new pump track at DMR, Todd broke away from Joey Thompson, then his brother Troy, then Nick Gould by the 4th lap only to hold off the surging Howard Grotts, U19 Devo crusher. Then to make a late race of the thing, Nick pulled off a last lap pass on a recently injured Trevor Downing.
A big thanks to all the cycling fan companies we have in the area. Thanks Durango Coca-Cola for supporting this series and same to DMR for the hard work coordinating all of us cycling groups. Timing was on point and pro by 4 Corners Timing. To the trail builders who showed up and helped out Trails 2000 with the construction and thanks to the dirt for being as sweet as we all remember it being years ago when it was being shredded upon by the worlds best, in the sports heyday.
full results from 4 Corners Timing soonRead More
More info; Registration begins at 730 and goes up until 30 minutes before your event. Awards will follow the pro/expert finish. There is no reg late fee and you can sign up for all three races in the series for 55 dollars at this first race. If you are interested in volunteering during the event, please find a Devo coach and wham. Have a nice sleep.Read More