Check it out. Now you can check and see what trails are good to go during the spring mud season. So Cool!
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory/DEVO Sweet Elite ATB Team Presentation
Presented by Spine Colorado/Durango Orthopedics,Fort Lewis College, Specialized, Mountain Bike Specialists, SRAM, Oakley, Boure, Bread, King Cage
What? Rider/Sponsor/Media Meet&Greet/Photos
When? Wednesday March 16, 3-6pm.
Photo shoot and Media from 3-4:30pm
Where? Mountain Bike Specialists 949 Main Ave
**Light food and drinks will be provided.
The Durango Nordic Ski Team represented the Rocky Mountain Region well and finished 4th for the boys and 7th for the girls. Check out the results. Devo and Nordic have a special relationship here in Durango as a larger number of the U19 program also train and compete with the strong local program in the winter. The Nordic Team has developed Olympians and numerous national champions over its long history. Check em out.
The FLC Cycling TT series will begin this next Wednesday March 16th at 5pm with the Dead Squirrel TT that starts at Sweeney’s at the intersection of CR 203 and HWY550N. The 15 kilometer course starts at Sweeney’s, goes north on CR 203 to turn right on Trimble Ln. and an immediate right to travel south on HWY550 to turn a hairpin right back onto CR 203 to finish at start. Please keep out of the road while staging/waiting to start. We will run this course March 16, 23, 30 and then for April 6, 13, 20 will run the Dead Elk TT in the north Animas Valley, Starting at Trimble Crossing. The 2011 Squawker Road Classic will be April 23-24 and will include a La Posta TT, 4th Ave/9th St Criterium and a 20 mile loop road race in Bayfield, please check http://cycling.fortlewis.edu often for details. Below is the schedule short and sweet:
March 16, 23, 30 – 5pm – Dead Squirrel TT – Sweeney’s – 15K
April 6, 13, 20 – 5pm – Dead Elk TT – Trimble Crossing – 22K
Sat/Sun April 23-24 – 2011 Squawker Road Classic – TT, Criterium, Road Race
Paper doesn’t grow on trees! Luckily, computers do. So be sure to sign up for our 2011 Devo programs right HERE on March 1st after 8am, which is a tuesday. Have a nice weekend.
Kaila Hart is racing as a professional for 2011! She spent two years with the Devo squad before heading to the Get Out team, and now is on the local No Tubes Development Team. Congrats and good luck!
Devo Explorers Club click for more information
In 2008 we had an idea to make cycling trading cards of the local cycle lovers and eventually the Devo youth. Bicycle Bob of Durango Cyclery was our prototype subject. The card was designed to replicate the 1986 Topps Baseball Card that was one of the most unpopular card designs of the 80’s due to its black top and white sides that were very susceptible to showing wear, thus reducing the cards value. Someday in the future, this project will see the light.Roost2008_Contract
Local tortilla and potato chip maker Neil of The Chip Peddler needs our community support. Check out his Kickstarter project to help launch his new salted tortilla chips. This is a sweet community business that you can be a part of. The Chip Peddler is a Devo supporter and we are trying to find a way to be connected even more. Nice chips Neil, and good luck with the deadline of March 15th!
The FLC Cycling Team would like to invite the Durango Community to a Meet and Greet at Ska Brewing World Headquarters on Wednesday Feb. 23rd from 7-9pm. The FLC Cycling Team would not be where it is at without the very supportive community that supports it. We’d like to give you all a chance to meet the members of the FLC Cycling Team and get to know them other than through their exploits on bicycles. Most importantly, it is a chance for the team members to get to know the community that supports them. Please join us for the good times and pass it on to others who might be interested in joining. For more info please contact:
FLC Cycling Team Manager
FLC Cycling/Supporters Meet and Greet
Wednesday February 23 7-9pm
Ska Brewing World Headquarters – 225 Girard St. Bodo Industrial Park