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Welcome to the Official Website of Durango Devo!

Latest Updates:

As of 03/16/2020 @ 6:00PM

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:

As a proactive mitigation effort, Durango Devo is coordinating with the City of Durango, San Juan Basin Public Health and La Plata County to take all possible measures to ensure our community is not exposed to or contributing to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
ALL DEVO PRACTICES, MEETINGS, EVENTS, AND FUNDRAISERS THROUGH MAY 10, 2020 WILL BE CANCELED AND/OR RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE. 
This includes all regularly scheduled Devo practices, events, and meetings, regardless of size, including individual meetings between coaches and athletes. Devo meetings with staff, parents, and/or athletes will be conducted over the phone, but NOT in person. These measures align with social distancing guidelines from San Juan Basin Public Health and they are the most effective strategy against the spread of COVID-19. These efforts reduce close contact between people to reduce community transmission of the virus.
For the time being, Devo is respectfully requesting that Devo registrants please hold all cancelation and/or refund requests until Devo is able to approve a revised schedule with the City of Durango. We will not process any cancelations or refunds relating to COVID-19 at this time. We are doing everything we can to ensure that all current Devo registrants receive the full services they’ve paid for after closures and restrictions have been lifted.
Note that public parks and open spaces are still open to individuals, but all permits for group activities are currently frozen through May 10, 2020.
Please find more information on specific cancelations and postponements below.
Summer Camp Registration: POSTPONED. Summer Camp registration (originally scheduled to launch on April 1st) will be postponed until a revised Devo schedule can be approved. Notice of the new registration launch date will be given via email and via durangodevo.com at least one week in advance.
ALL Spring Practices through May 10: CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED. All Devo practices through May 10th will be canceled and rescheduled for a later date once closures and restrictions are lifted. Devo is making every effort to ensure that current registrants receive the services they’ve paid for.
Individual, staff, and sponsorship meetings: TO BE HELD VIRTUALLY. All official Devo meetings between coaches, athletes, staff, and sponsors should be held via conference call. All in-person meetings are to be canceled.
JUNE Devo Summer Camps: CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED. Spring Devo programs will likely need to be rescheduled for sometime in June. This means June summer camps will be canceled and rescheduled for later in the summer.
Top Secret Training Camp: CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED. We will make every effort to reschedule Top Secret Training Camp once closures and restrictions have been lifted.
Bike Swap: CANCELED. The Devo Bike Swap has been canceled. We are unlikely to be able to reschedule this event.
April Secret Sauce Seminar: IN-PERSON TRAINING IS CANCELED. MEETING WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY VIA  ZOOM MEETING. Devo coaches should still plan on attending a virtual training meeting via their phone or laptop through Zoom Meeting. The in-person and on-the-bike aspects of the training have been postponed indefinitely. Out-of-town participants should NOT attend.
Sponsor Events and Parent Info Nights: CANCELED. These events have been canceled and postponed indefinitely.
Cancelations and Refund Requests: TEMPORARILY FROZEN. Devo is respectfully requesting that all Devo registrants please hold all cancelation and/or refund requests until Devo is able to approve a revised schedule with the City of Durango. We will not process any cancelations or refunds relating to COVID-19 at this time. We are doing everything we can to ensure that all current Devo registrants receive the full services they’ve paid for after closures and restrictions have been lifted.
Coach Training Reimbursements: TEMPORARILY FROZEN. Until Devo’s finances are stabilized, all unnecessary spending, including reimbursements for professional development classes for Devo coaches, will be temporarily frozen.
Click here for more information from the City of Durango and San Juan Basin Public Health: https://www.durangogov.org/emergency
Community members should contact their healthcare providers via phone if they have symptoms such as fever and cough. People who are worried about this, or any respiratory virus, like the flu, can protect themselves by practicing everyday actions and social distancing strategies:
– Cleaning hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub
– Covering nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing
– Avoiding close contact with anyone who has cold or flu-like symptoms
– Getting a flu shot if you haven’t yet gotten one
– Don’t shake hands or hug – bump elbows instead
– Increase distance between people to six feet apart
– Follow CDC guidelines on travel
– Discourage children and teens from gathering in other public places if school is closed.
– If you are sick, stay home or get treatment from your doctor (call ahead), and stay away from others.
– If you are well, stay away from others who are sick.
For the most up to date information visit SJBPH’s website: https://sjbpublichealth.org/coronavirus/
Other helpful resources:
COHelp call line for general COVID-19 questions: 303.389.1687 or 1.877.462.2911

Spring 2020 Registration is NOW LIVE! Click HERE!

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!