Squawker Cup #4 Photos
This sport has been around for quite some time. According to the Social History of the Bicycle, Americans spent, in 1896, an estimated $200 million on bicycle repairs and accessories alone, and another $300 million on bicycles.Read More
DEVO board member Gaige Sippy recently took the top spot on the podium in Albequrque, New Mexico at race number three in the surging New Mexico cyclocross scene. Gaige has been hard at work this cross season, taking time in-between scheduling the 2009 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic to train for the upcoming National Championships in Kansas City this December. Nice work!Read More
Todd Wells will be the guest on Russ and Chad’s call in cycling talk show, Cycle Squawk. Today, tuesday 1130-12pm on 91.9 and 93.9fm will dial to be dialed into for all your early November cycling tidbits. Local college radio station, KDUR has been airing the call in show since early summer and the show will go on until something happens. Next week Bob Roll of domestic fame will be the guest. Tune in at kdur.org if you are in the office.
*Bob Roll has been rescheduled to tuesday Nov. 25th due to things*Read More
Squawker Cup#4 course map 4-course-mapRead More
This Sunday will be round three of the Squawker Cup up on the FLC grass. 10am is the start time, $10 is the fee and the race will last 45 minutes. Spectators are invited to come and view the suffering as cyclocrossers love to suffer. Check the flyer for more info. flc-08-squawker-cup-flyer
Wednesday at 1030am, Altitude sports network, channel 83 will be airing CrossVegas, the sweet cross race that drew 15 thousand spectators to last months season opener. The half hour broadcast will also air Thursday morning at 230am. Check it out, Lance did it.Read More
The jr DEVO rain make-up day for the wednesday 24-26inch and All Girls Ride will be wednesday at Horse Gulch, 4-6. It will get a touch dark, but not that bad. It was an amazing season, with the lingering snow from the winter and the perfect trail conditions this summer, to the warm, comfy fall. Dang 2008, you did good.Read More
Spooky stuff here. Today at 3:15, the fall jr DEVO riders will be out in costume riding around the spirit trail. Rumor has that a legendary ghost rider from 1897 will rise from the Greenmont Cemetery at approximately 4:42pm.
Buff Lesnard was an amazing kid racer in the late 1890’s and fell ill in the winter of 1890, and died the following spring. His connection to Durango stems from his off road riding habits that had the entire town, Middlebury, Connecticut, in an uproar. He was just having too much fun riding the dirt and the tight, cranky city folk, could not take it. Bikes were meant to be ridden slowly, and on stable hard pack surfaces, as written in the city ordinances. Buff’s illness came all too soon, as his off road discoveries led him to the joys of riding in the snow, and the heavy snow season left him to die of hypothermia during a descent down the towns snowy peak, Mt. Shred. In a note found in his wool knickers, Buff had written a list of places that might just be the best place to ride off road, and Durango, CO was on that list.
So the spirit trail and Buff will come alive today, we will be there to say what up, how about boo?Read More