Fall registration will be delayed until August 1st

COVID-19 UPDATE – Reopening Plan!

As of 6/19/2020

SUMMER CAMP UPDATE: Following guidance from SJBPH, group sizes for Devo’s summer camps have been modified to meet Colorado’s statewide health safety guidelines for sports youth camps, which limit outdoor camps to groups of 25 participants. Devo’s Summer Camps will include no more than 10 riders (12 for Purgatory Camps), meaning that we will still operate well below state recommended limits for group sizes. Camps will also follow all other health safety guidelines laid out in Devo’s COVID-19 Reopening Plan. We will continue to follow statewide guidelines for our summer camps, and reserve the right to cancel these camps at any time should conditions no longer allow for a safe summer camp experience.

Additionally, due to the continued financial strain of the COVID-19 pandemic, DEVO WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ISSUE ANY REFUNDS OR CREDITS FOR CANCELED CAMPS in the event Devo cancels a summer camp for health safety reasons. For all other, non-COVID related cancelations, Devo’s usual Cancelation Policy applies.

Click here to view the State of Colorado guidelines for youth sports camps:

Please read Devo’s detailed reopening plan and health and safety guidelines, below. It is extremely important that all registered Devo families carefully read this reopening plan and understand how we will be working together to keep each other safe and healthy!


Since our place in the Durango community is very important to us, we sent out a series of surveys to gauge community sentiment towards restarting Devo’s programs. These surveys closed on 5/27. In order to be as transparent as possible with our decision-making process as we restart Devo’s programs, we’re making the anonymous summary results of our reopening surveys available to the public!



Welcome to the Official Website of Durango Devo!

Welcome to official website of Durango Devo! Here, you’ll find all the info you nee to get plan, register, prepare, and ride with Devo. Devo is an age-based, community-centered mountain bike development program dedicated to sharing the love of riding mountain bikes.

Age-Based means our programs are organized by age, not by ability level. This distinction (while different from many other junior mountain bike programs you’ll find across the country) is a key component to Devo’s proven success in developing life-long cyclists. We beleive that mountain biking skills and fitness will come naturally as a result of being part of an inclusive community of people who are excited about riding bikes. Riding in an age-based program helps build those key friendships that ultimately makes a successful rider.

Community-Based means our programs the result of the world-class cycling community we have in Durango. The Devo community is made up of incredible riders (see the Programs and Registration tabs), coaches (see the Coach tab), and a long list of amazing sponsors and donors (see the Support Tab).

Visit our “About” page under the Home tab to learn more about Devo, or peruse the Programs tab to find a Devo program for you. We’re looking forward to riding with you!