Become a Durango DEVO supporter by purchasing a team issue jersey. The bummer is that it will cost you $250.00. The kids voted on it and said they would allow community supporters to sport their gear if they threw down huge to help the kids who could not afford new team duds. If you are interested in looking rad, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you styled out.Read More
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The Training Room at Mercy gave a sweet little safety talk to the Durango DEVO coaches this past week. Athletic Trainer Jeff came to the home of the Cheeney’s and gave a great little informative talk on what to look for and how to treat a variety of sport injuries. The Training Room also offers VO2 max, and lactate threshold testing which is key for any young athlete looking to get the goods from the training regime.Read More
The Boys and Girls Club of Durango has bikes. The after school program offers fun bike rides from their front door, located in the Rec Center parking lot. Durango DEVO Coach Annie meets every monday, after school to lead rides around the Rec Center fun zone. All types of bikes are encouraged and so are helmets. The rides begin April 20th from 4-5pm. Waivers and serious stuff must be filled out ahead of time to participate. The Iron Horse Bicycle Classic is all about this.Read More
Yep. This saturday and sunday, Fort Lewis College Cycling will be hosting a time trial, criterium and road race here in Durango. Attached is the race flyer with all the specifics. There are open USA Cycling licensed races for all three events. There are however no junior categories. With the purchase of a one day license for 10 bones, juniors can race in the mens 4/5 group or the open women. Sundays road race is a circuit on campus that includes a decent down goeglin and up the 8th ave front hill. Tough and sweet. 09-flc-squawker-road-flyerRead More
It is time to unveil the 2009 Jr DEVO spring ride schedules. Rides begin the week of April 6th. YeeHa! Also, please remember to swing by Hassle Free Sports on North Main for your last minute cycling needs. They are the official JrDEVO sponsor and offer sweet deals on bikes and gear for those participating in the spring program.
All Rides are 4-6pm except for the Kindergarten ride which is 4-530pm.Read More
Below is a parade that will benefit a youth bike program this summer. Looks like you just show up on a bike and cruise around.
Wednesday, April 1st – Tour de Fort Bike Rally and Parade
What: Show your support for getting more people on bicycles at Fort Lewis College. Come to FLC’s first-ever bike rally and parade with music, snacks, speakers, possibly tune-ups, and pedal-powered parade through campus. Wear costumes, ring bells, cheer loudly, and provide feedback on potential FLC bike programs. For every bike that participates in the parade, the Environmental Center will make a donation to the new summer youth bike program. More details on the way….When: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Where: FLC amphitheaterRead More
*Practice begins this week for U-14, 19 mens and womens summer DEVO development programs. U-14 boys meet monday and friday, U-14 girls wednesday ad friday, U-19 ladies monday, wednesday and friday, and the U-19 men on tuesday, wednesday and friday. All rides practice from 400 to 600pm to and from the Durango Recreation Center.
*Jr DEVO spring session rides will begin the week of Monday April 6th. Ride schedules will be sent to all participants via email next week. There is still some openings in the 7 offered weekly rides. Please contact email@example.com for info.
*Durango Junior DEVO Spring Pedal Test at Three Springs. This will be the session ending fun ride and race for all Jr DEVO spring session riders and their families. It will be around 5-6pm and should be a hoot.
*The trails are amazing!Read More
U-19 DEVO alumni Tad took the pan American championships on last weekend to a 13th place finish and the highest u-23 in the strong international field. It was his first big mtb race of the season, and he has plenty more upcoming. After domestic packed 2008 race season, 2009 offers up a more international menu. There are too many world cups to remember, but Tad will be there and not so much at the big Colorado races. Good luck Tad. results
Former Durango resident, Chris Van Dine earned the Gold medal is the weekends downhill championships. BooYa. Read More
Top Secret Training Camp was so rad. Durango DEVO would like to thank all the people who made this sweet thang possible. First off, Russ Zimmermann of Durango Cyclery took care off all the camp supplies, food, tent, stuff, and even the used groovers! Ulgh. With his trusty sidekick, Bill Pile, those two took care of every meal for 45 coached and campers. Dang! We’d also like to thank the coaches for volunteering their preseason time into fostering the bondage between the athletes. Kricket Lewis, Evan Elliott, Jon Bailey, Scott Shishim, Annie Cheeney, Chad Cheeney, Jess Reed, Daniel Walker and Sarah Tescher were all there shredding with the kids. We aslo had a crew of superstar friends who came out to lend a hand. Lisa Lieb, Greg Herbold, Bicycle Bob Gregorio, Jonathan Reed and Glen Shoemaker made the time to share the love. HB blew minds with his super high-teck rc truck! We’d also like to thank Trails 2000 for the tool usage, Dave Hagen at FLC Cycling for the tent and race course setup stuff, Devin at City Market for the sweet discount, the Burnett family for use of their groovers, Ted’s Party Rental and Bill joiner for the use of his van. Booya that was fun.Read More