Tonight at Fort Lewis Colleges’ venue, Factory Trails, Durango DEVO will be hosting the last of the 11 race summer series. The Triple Times Double Super Grand Final will begin at 6pm with the B men and women. The A’s will follow at 630.
All racers must pay 5$ to enter, including all DEVO racers. The top 3 B women, 3 B men, 5 A men and 3 A women will be awarded with thangs. Prizes will also go to biggest air, holeshot, and probably something else. The race series has been good this summer and us at DEVO really appreciate the support. Thanks, Coach ChadRead More
Sorry, this is a little late, but here are 1990 World Champion, Greg Herbolds’ views on several things…
Q: Who is going to win the Olympic Cross Country race in Bejing?
A:I WOULD PUT MY MONEY ON JULLIAN ABSALON, OR ONE OF THE SWISS GUYS. THE COURSE IS ALL ABOUT FITNESS AND POWER. I THINK IT WILL BE WON ON THE LAST FEW KILOMETERS. FOR THE LADIES..GUNN RITA DALLHA-FLESCHA.
Q: Of all the world cup level xcers, what rider would have the best chance
at sticking a top twenty at a world cup dh?
A:ADAM CRAIG, TODD WELLS! AND ABSALON…MOST OF THE XC GUYS ARE ACTUALLY VERY GOOD BIKE HANDLERERS…ESPECIALLY ON WIMPY BIKES! LIKE TREK RIDER ROSS SCHNELL KICKING BUTT AT THE DOWNIVILLE CLASSIC. GIVE THEM SOME PADS AND A SWEET BIKE…AND IT WOULD NOT TAKE THAT LONG. HOWEVER IF THEY CRASH THEY MAY BRAKE IN TWO!
Q: What world cup dher could compete in a world cup cross country?
A: GREG MINNAR..BRIAN LOPES,
Q: How come DH has not been included in the Olympics?
A:IT IS A DIFFICULT EVENT TO FIND AN ACCEPTABLE COURSE AT THE VENUES, AND ALSO REQUIRES ALOT OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT. THERE ARE ENOUGH RIDERS FROM ENOUGH COUNTRIES..BUT LEGISTICALLY IT IS DIFFICULT. IT IS AWESOME TO SEE BMX SUPERCROSS IN THERE THIS YEAR. THAT COURSE IS SICK…
Q: What is the coolest country to race bikes in, besides the US?
A: FRANCE OR ITALY OR SCOTLAND LOTS OF PEOPLE GREAT COURSES, LOTS OF CYCLING CULTURE.
Tuesday, August 26
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm at Bread
8:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Carvers
This may be your last chance to sign up for the club championships.
The race dates are: Sept 4 (road TT), Sept 7 (crit), Sept 10 (mtb TT), Sept 13 (road race to top of Coal Bank).
Categories are: Men A, Men B+, Men 40+, Men B, Men C, Women B+, Women B, Women 40+, and Women C. We have jerseys for the winners of each category.
USAC licenses are required for the road race. One-day licenses are available at sign-up.
For more information go to the DWC website: www.durangowheelclub.com
The public is invited to an open house to offer information and take comments on the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Animas City Mountain Fuels Reduction Project in the San Juan Public Lands Center Sonoran Room, 15 Burnett Court, Durango, from 5 – 8 pm on Tuesday, Aug.26, 2008.
The City of Durango will also hold two public forums on the proposed fuels project on Animas City Mountain: Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008 – The City of Durango Open Space Advisory Board will discuss the proposed Animas City Mountain Fuels Project and its meeting in the Durango Recreation Center at 5 p.m Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008 – The Durango City Council will hold a public hearing to consider a possible access agreement for the proposed fuels project on Animas City Mountain in City Council Chambers at 6:30 p.m. Public comments on the Draft EA will be accepted through Tuesday, September 30, 2008. Comments may be submitted in writing to Craig Goodell, Project Leader, San Juan Public Lands Center, 15 Burnett Court,Durango, CO 81301, or via email to: email@example.com.
The Draft EA is available on the San Juan Public Lands Center Website at:http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/sanjuan/projects/projects.shtml.A limited number of hard copies are also available at the San JuanPublic Lands Center, 15 Burnett Court in Durango, and the ColumbineRanger District/Field Office, P.O. Box 439, Bayfield, CO 81122.For more information, contact Craig Goodell, Project Coordinator, 970 385-1207.Read More
Yep. Durango, Colorado rode away from last weekends Singlespeed World Championships with the rights to host next years event. The unofficial race has been traveling the world since 1995 and is anything but official. Check out the full story hereRead More
DWC TT Series
Thursday August 28 5:15 PM
Extended North Valley loop 16.3 miles
(2008 Club Championship Course)
Open to all Wheel Club Members
Note earlier start time!
Note: Do NOT park in SANDCO lot. Their gate is closed and locked at 5:30. There is a good parking area a short ride away on Trimble Lane at Hwy 550 or on the frontage road at the finish.
Course: Start on Trimble Lane at SANDCO entrance just west of Animas River Bridge, W. to 550,
N. to CR 250 (old KOA Turn), Cross Baker\’s Bridge, S to Trimble, W to Hwy. 550,
N on 550 to Finish at mile marker 33 (first hump just past RR tracks)
Sat. Aug 30, 2008 Purg Uphill Mountain Bike Race Racers get ready for the Purg Uphill Mountain Bike Race. You, your bike, miles, 2000+ vertical feet and may the best rider win. Race starts in the Columbine area and finishes at the top of Chair 8. $15-Amateur $20-Pro. Prizes awarded and all proceed benefit Durango Devo. If you are a minor (under 18 yrs old) and would like to race you can, we just need a parent or guardian to sign a release form for you. They can do this on race day or earlier if they can’t be there. Just let Annie know and she will get one to you. Contact Annie or Chad at Durango Devo for specifics at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.Read More
This Sunday the 24th of August, 15 year olds and under are invited to come race for free at the amazing Dirt Lovers Rally. This Parks and Recreation classic is classic, not to re-mention the excellent fact that racers 15 and under race free. Pre register and save. Horse Gulch calls. All ages and categories are invited.arrows1Read More
Five local singlespeed mountain bike shredders are off to Napa, California this weekend to compete in the annual Singlespeed World Championships. Two time winner Travis Brown, former 24hr singlespeed world Champion Steve”DOOM” Fassbinder, Jon Bailey, Ben Cooper and DEVO Head Coach Chad Cheeney will be making the drive for this sundays main event. Over 400 racers will take part in the mass start race. The Durango squad will be competing not only for the top spot on the podium, but also for the chance to host the event in Durango next year. Cross your fingers and keep tabs at the SSWC08 blog.Read More
Hello Parents. Here is how we’re going to do this.
If you did the spring or summer jr DEVO rides, you will not need to fill out a new medical and liability forms. You need to pick a group, email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her your descision and send a check to our PO Box, listed below.
If you are new for 2008, you must print off a medical and liability release form, fill them out and send them to our Po Box. Print of the ride schedule you want. Then email Annie@durangodevo.com with your choice.
Please take time and read the jr DEVO Fall info page to help decide which ride is right for your sweet rider.
If you have any questions on which ride to join, please contact email@example.com or Annie. Chad will be out of the office until Aug 26th, so answers to emails will have to wait until then.
Sorry, we cannot have children in kindergarden on the first grade rides, no exceptions.
Middle school boys and girls can join the thursday advanced group with Chad.
The 20″, and 24″ wheel size group separations are the best way we can split the groups into skill levels. Typically, the smaller wheeled riders have a harder time keeping up with the bigger. 24inchers can ride in the 20inch group if that is their skill level.
The AllGirlsRide on wednesdays is for 3rd graders and up only this Fall.
All rides will be capped at 16riders and we will do our best to make it work for everyone.
Jerseys will be available mid september. No reserving, we will announce when we get them and do our best to get them to you.
The wed/friday 24 inch group is a two ride a week group
This blog is your source for all DEVO info, so check in once and awhile by clicking, to the right, on parent info and fall jr devo forms and schedules.
fall-20-thursday-sched1…..2nd through 4th graders
Send all form to Durango DEVO, 10 Town Plaza #110, DGO, CO. 81301 or hand deliver to the mail box at 3169 w3rd ave…..our home office near Animas Mountain TrailRead More
LeBron James, a super-duper player for the Cleveland Cavaliers, has invested a slice of his huge earnings in the US bike maker, Cannondale. LeBron James bought the undisclosed ownership stake through his wholly owned company King James Inc.. Cannondale has teamed up with LeBron to provide bicycles for the James Family Foundation’s annual “King for Kids Bike-a-thon,” a charity bike ride event in Akron which benefits children and single mothers. For the 2006 bike-a-thon, the company designed and manufactured a custom bike for LeBron based on the Caffeine model design, which he has subsequently incorporated into his training regimen.
LeBron James said: “Biking is an extremely important part of my training routine, and I like to invest in what I know.”Read More
B Men; 1. Christopher Blevins, 2. Daniel Walker, 3. Stephan Davoust, 4. Cully Brown, 5. James Shahan
B Women; 1. Hannah Madden, 2. Kaila Hart, 3. Annie Cheeney, 4. Joan Walker, 5. Kaylee Blevins, 6. Summer Ellefson,
B Holeshot; Hannah Madden
A Women; 1. Alicia Rose Pastore, 2. Kricket Lewis
A Men; 1. Ben Sontag, 2. Trevor Downing, 3. Tad Elliott, 4. Chad Cheeney, 5. Chad Wells, 6. Lars Ellefson, 7. Miles Venzara, 8. Greg Lewis, 9. Erich McAlister, 10. Michael Andres, 11. Scott Simmons, 12. Howard Grotts, 13. Brendan Shafer, 14. Evan Elliott, 15. Alex Howard, 16. Gino Pastore, 17. Robin Guillaume, 18. Dave Hagen, 19. Cody Stephensen, 20. Adam Snyder
A Holeshot; Evan Elliott
*August 27th at FLC’s Factory Trails will be the Super Triple Times Double Grand Final Short Track
*All riders, including DEVO’s must pay $5 with all the entry fee’s going towards top five in each category, holeshot and lap prime money prizes. This will be the final DEVO summer short track race. The course will be a fast true stxc with plenty of passing. See ya then.Read More