Fort Lewis Cycling’s Cyclocross Series presented by Animas Orthopedic Associates will be taking a weekend off to give thanks but will be back for December 4ths series finals at FLC. Dave Hagen, course designer and Coach of the FLC Skyhawks, said the course will have less turns than in the earlier races, and will feature more arcing turns and long straight power stretches. This change in style is due to rumors that the Nationals course in Bend will be more wide than in the past.
Last weeks race results for Santa Rita and FLC are right here.
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“The program has no name as of yet hadn’t got that far with it. But its basically just a loyalty card for people who want to support Durango Devo. It basically works by them coming into the pub and asking to sign up for a Devo loyalty card and then just making sure to swipe it every time they come here and spend money , Then 5% of that spends goes to Devo once every three months.” Owner John Fingelton
One in Dolores on Saturday afternoon and the next in Cortez on Sunday. Heard word that Cortez will use their BMX track along with the grassy park this year. Yeay! Check out the information here, 10 FC CX Series Flyer
Read about the new Devo program!
Devo had a good number of athletes testing the Cross waters this weekend. Check out DEVO DHer Taylor Borucki’s Cat 3 cross result! Way to go TBone. SpookyCross Results
Its called Spooky Cross and it has a spooky Halloweeny theme. Racing begins at 5pm for the B’s and 6pm for the A’s. Be prepared to race under the lights to kick of the sweet local race season. The event is sponsored by Animas Orthopedic Associates and Fort Lewis Cycling. Check out the details here. 10 FC CX Series Flyer
Kinder and 1st to be rescheduled for Monday after Halloween.
Annie will be in contact to reschedule adv girls’s ride.
Hope you all are having a great fall riding season. Trails are so perfect! Have you ridden the new Skyline Trail? You best get busy if not! Have a nice day.
Check it and wreck it!
Check out the race story here, http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/krosstober-fest-weekend-c2/day-1/results
The longest running mountain bike race in the lower 48 is still racing strong. This popular local event saw over 15 Devo athletes and parents having a good time managing the endless rhythm section. Nice work representing!