Wednesday nights local short track series will take place up on the slopes of Durango Mountain Resort. The sign ups begin at 5pm at the affordable price of $5. Racing begins at 530pm with the B Men and Women, and then the A men and Women go at 6pm. Cash Prizes for 1st through 3rd place in all categories. There will also be a PA to play sweet Ipod playlists.Read More
Its true, the Durango Devo athletes and parents are in love with Crested Buttes Fat Tire Bike Weekend. This past weekend, 27 Devo youth took to the mountain town and raced the somethinth annual Wild Flower Rush. Fun was had an results fell out of the sky. Full story soon!Read More
June 22nd at FLC’s Factory Trails, pump track was in it!
B Men: 1.Nathan Baldwin, 2. Fabio When, 3. Colton Sacket, 4. Will Berger, 5. Kirk Williams, 6. Jeff Baldwin, 7. Andrew Cunningham, 8. Jacob Sackett, 9. Trevor Baldwin, 10. Rich Larson, 11. Tim Schaldach, 12. Keenan Desplanques, 13. Nano Rodd, 14. Mitchell Baldwin, 15. Colby Simmons, 16. Henry Larson
B Women: 1. Annie Cheeney, 2. Emily Schaldach, 3. Lacey Andersen
B Holeshot; Emily Schaldach & Keenan Desplanques
A Men: 1. Adam Snyder, 2. Kenny When, 3. Greg Lewis, 4. Sepp Kuss, 5. Erich McAlister, 6. Mig Ramos, 7. Joe Schneider, 8. Stephan Davoust, 9. Colton Andersen, 10. Matt Seagrave, 11. Jason Quenzler, 12. Levi Kurlander, 13. Collin Francom, 14. Jon Delacey, 15. Dave Hagen, 16. Jacob Sacket, 17. Ron Woodman, 18. Travis Brown
A Women: 1. Alicia Rose Pastore, 2. Jill Behlen, 3. Kaylee Blevins
A Holeshots; Kenny When & Kaylee Blevins
Next Short Track Race is at DMR
July 24th Purgatory Triple Crown at Durango Mountain Resort, Circuit race, Hill Climb and Super Downhill in one day. Do as individual or team.
August 3 Durango Devo wednesday night Short Track Race at DMRRead More
From now on the Wednesday night short track races presented by Durango Urgent Care will be at 530 for the B men and women and kids race, and the A men and women will be at 6pm. This weeks race will be at the Factory Trails o the FLC campus.No more 630 race.Read More
Our First Devo Fans!!!!
Greg and Molly Martin
The Burnett Family
Devo Super Star
Collin Hydrocarbon Consulting
Red Mesa Energy Co.
Mumbling Marmot Tutoring
Nancy Agro and Jeff Craig
Roland and Sharon Pedevilla
Paul and Jigger Staby
730pm Thursday, the Abbey Theatre will be showing a cycling documentary called, Bicycle Dreams. The film follows the athletes that take part in this crazy endurance event, as they race across America in the aptly named race, Race Across America, or RAAM. The featured race will also be traveling through Durango shortly after the films screening, so its good timing. Check it out.Read More
June 11, 2011 Durango Mountain Resort
B Men; 1. Nate Andrew, 2. Nathen Baldwin, 3. Jay Eagen, 4. Rich Larson, 5. Bob Davoust, 6. Mitchell Baldwin
B Women; 1. Marit May
Kids Race; Jack Tescher
A Women; 1. Sarah Tescher
A Men; 1. Sepp Kuss, 2. Frank Mapel, 3. Rotem Ishay, 4. Gino Pastore, 5. Erich MsAlister, 6. Stephan Davoust, 7. Brendan Shafer, 8. Casey Roberts, 9. Levi Kurlander, 10. James Rowan, 11. Dave Hagen
Sweet Moment from the B race was when Jay Eagen made a move on Rich Larson with 2 laps to go, to move into 3rd place and the $10 prize.
Sweet Moment from the A race was when Sepp Kuss held off a late charge by Rotem Ishay and Frank Mapel on the last lap to win the $30 prize and DMR ski pass. That lap also saw Frank close a 16 second gap to Rotem to overtake him for 2nd place.
Thanks to Durango Coca-Cola for the sweet course, pump track and Mexican Coke beverages, Jay Eagen and his DMR crew for the spring course work and the new bridge and the ski pass prizes for the winners of each category , Annie Cheeney for her sweet DJing and registration help, Sarah Tescher for the registration and schlepping help and all the racers and parents who cheered on the racers and helped tear down the venue after the sweet racing action. It may have been small, but it was a ball!Read More
Sounds like local MTB superstar and Devo board member lit a match under Omaha’s britches because now the Nebraskan town has a junior development team in the works called Omaha DEVO. So sweet to see the junior programs popping up all over the US. Thanks Travis. Read the interview here.Read More
This weekend is the first of 4 bike races at Purg this summer
The Coke Circuit Race is Saturday!
By Devo and DMR
920 B men and Women race for 30 minutes
1000 Kids race
1015 A Men and Women race for 50 minutes
Awards Immediately follow each event
$20 a race
$5 kids race
$30-20-10 payout for top 3 men and women in both A and B categories
Plus* 4 One Day Ski Passes to top man and women in A and B categories
Devo medals for all kid finishers
Coach Chad will do some announcing with Coach Annie and DMR’s Jay on the tunes.
We will have water and Coke product on hand.
DevoTV film crew will be there as well.
June 29th a wednesday is the next DMR race and is part of the wednesday series, $5
Then July 24th is the Purg Triple Crown which is 3 disciplines in one day. DO it alone or as a team, $35 either way. Circuit Race, Hill Climb and Super D in one day!
And finally August 3rd will be another wednesday night short track series race, $5
Devo teammembers had a great weekend of racing last weekend at MSC’s Angle Fire Chili Challenge, the Teva Games in Vail and at SSUSA in Boulder.
Check out these results; Angel Fire- Cat 1 Boys; 1st Levi Kurlander, Cat 2 Boys-1st Chris Blevins, Cat 1 Girls; 1st Kaylee Blevins, U14 Boys DH; 1st Wyatt Frier, Teva Games- Cat 1 Boys; 1st Sepp Kuss, 3rd Gino Pastore, Pro Men; 3rd Tad Elliott, 4th Howard Grotts, 17th Colton Anderson, Pro Women; 3rd Sage Wilderman, 15th Teal Stetson-Lee, SSUSA- 10th Annie Cheeney, and Chad Cheeney got lost but was doing great.
And a Bonus score for U14er Shaila Blackmore who won the national BMX Championships in her age group!
Trailwork is this Wednesday, June 8 at Horse Gulch.
We are re-routing Stacy’s to improve drainage, flow and contour. Originally, a game trail, the improvements will make for a more sustainable trail by reducing ruts from summer thunderstorms.
Please Join us!
From the intersection of College and Main, go east on College to 8th Avenue. Take a right and go south on 8th until you see 3rd Street on your right, and then take a left. Go east into a parking lot at the intersection of 3rd and 8th. A big wooden sign at the back of the parking lot shows a trailmap. This is where Horse Gulch Road begins.
Time: 4pm to 7:30pm
Wear closed toe shoes, long pants, shirt, hat, sunscreen and bring water.