This Wednesday’s AOA/DEVO Short Track race has been cancelled due to the mtb National Championships in Sol Vista, Colorado. They will resume next wednesday the 23rd and make up race will be added on to the end of the season. Thanks for racing.
July 8, 2009
Animas Orthopedic Associates/DEVO Short Track #5
B Women; 1. Hannah Madden, 2. Kaylee Blevins, 3. Annie Cheeney, 4. Joan Walker, 5. Avra Saslow
B Men; 1. Matt Phillips, 2. Chris Blevins, 3. Robert Montgomery, 4. Rick Crawford, 5. Jeff Vearling, 6. Collin Francom, 7. Ryan Mickelson, 8. James Shahan, 9. Will Berger, 10. River Weiss, 11. Devin Feilen, 12. Zach Mickelson, 13. Wyeth Rossi, 14. Mike MsQuinn, 15. George McQuinn
Kids Race; Garrett, Carter, Sarah, Emily, Isabel, Attila, Ivan, Noel
A Women; 1. Teal Stetson-Lee, 2. Tina Dominic, 3. Alicia Rose Pastore, 4. Kaila Hart, 5. Sabina Kraushaar, 6. Shonny VanLandingham (raced with the b’s)
A Men; 1. Todd Wells, 2. Joey Thomson, 3. Jeremy Powers, 4. Matt Shriver, 5. Drew Edsall, 6. Chad Wells, 7. Trevor Downing, 8. Brendan Shafer, 9. Payson McElveen, 10. Chad Cheeney, 11. Frank Mapel, 12. Joe Schneider, 13. David Berg, 14. Gino Pastore, 15. Dustin Wanstrath, 16. Brent Hall, 17. Jake Richards, 18. Chris Heath, 19. Dave Hagen, 20. Jonathan Delacey, 21. Dan Hale, 22. Robert Montgomery, dnf, Taylor Borucki, Lars Ellefson, Troy Wells, Robin Guillaume and Dylan Stucki
A Holeshot: Lars Ellefson
Thanks to Lori for doing registration, Pricilla and Mark for finish line lap keeping, Dave for the course design and tear down, Jeanne for the photos, the u14ers for the kids race help, Elliott for the course marshaling and Stephan for the start area.
Todays AOA/DEVO SHort Track #5 will be a tribute to the great John Elway, for no reason other than pure randomness. Well, maybe just to make the race special in a Coloradan way. So in honor of the great #7, all competitors who show up wearing Bronco orange, blue or a number 7 somewhere on their race garb, get a special prize.
Now to more biker like news on the event. Cash money will be paid out to the top 5 A men and women and top 3 B men and women. A’s get 40 for 1st, 30, 20, 15 and 10 and B’s get 20 for 1st, 10 and 5 dollars. Overall series standing will be posted here later today and will be used to determine starting order. The start line will be 7 racers wide and rows will fill in 7 wide to the back. There will not be the usual $5 holeshot prime for this race.
DEVO greatly appreciates your participation in this summer series. It has been a super positive part of the teams week and it is clear that the kids love it. Thanks for showing up and we’ll see you tonight.
July 8th 2009
Telegraph Hill Climb Results
U-14 Girls; Elyse 29:04, Hannah P. 26:35, Avra 28:36, Amy 25:12, Martina 31:23, Whitney 29:05, Kaylee 23:29
U-14 Boys; Levi 20:33, Hank 21:12, James 26:34, Haakon 20:13, Collin 21:04, Keenan 26:57, Zach 34:50, Charlie 25:30, Shane 28:45, River 27:33, Devin 27:57, Derek 28:25, Chris 21:17, Will 26:40, Tucker 23:32
U-19 Ladies; Hannah 24:44, Joan 25:22, Kaila 22:12, Alicia Rose 21:22
U-19 Men; Stephan 21:27, Elliott 21:21, Gino 18:44, Howard 16:35, Taylor 21:33
Coaches and Guests; Kricket 24:00, Chad 17:45, Annie 26:14, Lars 18:11, Jake 19:20
DEVO board member Travis Brown is currently in second place in the multi day stage race, Brek Epic. The race takes place in Breckenridge and takes riders on all the sweet ride around the area. Travis’s wife Mary Monroe is also competing in the duo womens category. Every day is another race. Here are the results so far.
The CT Classic returns to Durango in conjunction with the CT Jamboree on July 26th. The Classic is a race from Molas Pass to Durango and the Jamboree is a group ride, with both raising awareness and funds for multiple sclerosis. The events have been super sweet in the past and by the way the trails are looking, it is on track for another amazing year. Check out their site for the entire lowdown.
Tuesday’s Kinder ride, Tuesday’s 20 inch ride and Thursday’s 24 inch rides have been canceled due to low numbers. Everyone is busy vacationing! But Monday’s 1st grade ride and Wednesday’s 24-26 inch advanced ride are still on. If you were interested in signing up for one of the rides that have been canceled and just haven’t gotten your forms in yet call Annie @ 764-5758 and we will get something worked out. Thank you for your patience and flexibility! Otherwise we’ll see you in the Fall….
July 1st, 2009
Animas Orthopedic Associates/DEVO STXC #4 Results
B Women; 1. Hannah Madden, 2. Mary Monroe, 3. Kaylee Blevins, 4. Annie Cheeney, 5. Julie Feilen, 6. Claire Allen
B Men; 1. Chris Blevins, 2. Hank Stowers, 3. James Shahan, 4. Justin Repath, 5. Jeff Vierling, 6. Will Berger, 7. Devin Feilen, 8. Zach Mickelson, 9. River Weiss, 10. George McQuinn, dnf; Stephan Davoust
B Holeshot; Chris Blevins
Kids Race; Wyeth, Carter, Sarah, Emily, Elle, Nora, and Zara
A Women; 1. Shonny VanLandingham, 2. Teal Stetson-Lee, 3. Tina Dominic, 4. Kaila Hart
A Men; 1. (tie,) Travis Brown and Andy Schultz, 3. (tie,) Joey Thompson and Jeremy Powers, 5. Adam Snyder, 6. Drew Edsall, 7. Chad Wells, 8. Trevor Downing, 9. Payson McElveen, 10. Joe Schneider, 11. Brent Hall, 12. Gino Pastore, 13. Lars Ellefson, 14. Dustin Wanstrath, 15. Chad Cheeney, 16. David Berg, 17. Howard Grotts, 18. Sepp Kuss, 19. Chris Heath, 20. Cody Wilderman, 21. Elliott Saslow, 22. Luke Allen, 23. Paul Ruhling, dnf; Miles Smith
A Holeshot: Lars Ellefson
notes: reminder that next wednesdays race will be a cash money race, meaning we will be paying out the podium in each race. more on that and up to date overall series standings at a later date, probably next week sometime, ok.
plus: We’d also like to thank Field Blevins at Animas Orthopedic Associates for sponsoring this sweet summer short track series. His support has allowed us to make the series work into the DEVO program. Give him a high five next time you see him out on the trail.
Hello JrDEVO nation. The ride schedules are posted below. Rides meet at a different location each week and focus on various skills. If you are interested in signing up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediatley and be sure to print off all the necessary forms. Check the posting from last week for all info and forms. It is hot out, good thing we are doing morning rides!
Fort Lewis College Cycling and Passion Productions has whipped up the 3rd annual Hermosa Creek Off-Road Classic mountain bike race on Saturday August 1st! Come one, come all, to race on the high country trail that made Durango famous. Starting at the Lower Hermosa Trailhead there is a 38 mile course for Pro/Semi Men and Women and Singlespeed A, a choice of either the 38 or 20 mile courses for the Expert Men and Women (3-5 hours), 20 miles for other classes and Singlespeed B. Race sponsors have kicked in some great prizes – cash for the top 3 Pro Men/ Women and top 3 Singlespeed A Men/Women and great products for the other classes! The icing on the cake will be the post-race BBQ/Campout hosted by the Durango Cyclery (Food and entertainment) held at the Upper Hermosa Trailhead. Proceeds go to the Fort Lewis College Cycling Team and Bicycle Lemonade.
Here’s the flyer with all the start times n stuff, 09 Hermosa Off Road Classic Flyer
Durango 100 Century Tour
Sunday July 26th, 2009
100, 85, and 50 mile options
Thanks for being patient as we get this sweet summer session sorted out. Rides will begin the week of July 6th and will meet once a week for four weeks in July. Please print off and fill out the liability, code of conduct and medical release forms and mail them to Durango DEVO, 10 town Plaza #110, Durango, Colorado 81301. Make checks payable to Durango DEVO.
Here are the offered ride groups;
Monday 1st Grade/Advanced Kindergarten 8-10am
Tuesday Kindergarten Ride 8-9:30am
Tuesday 20″ Ride 8-10am
Wednesday 24/26″ Advanced Ride 8-11am
Thursday 24″ Ride 8-10am
Here are the Forms and stuff;
Group ride schedules will be out shortly there after.
June 24, 2009
Animas Orthopedic Associates/DEVO Short Track #3
B Women; 1. Robin Tiles-Fitzpatrick, 2. Annie Cheeney, 3. Kaylee Blevins, 4. Amy Katz, 5. Lilly Oswald, 6. Dana Desplanques
B Men; 1. David Derg, 2. Rob Bergstrom, 3. Chris Blevins, 4. Jason Meininger, 5. Stephan Davoust, 6. Trevor Baldwin, 7. Jeff Vierling, 8. River Weiss, 9. Keenan Desplanques, 10. Devin Feilin
B Holeshot; Jason Meininger
Kids Race; Wyeth, Elle, Sarah, Emily, Jordan, Nora, Carter
A Women; 1. Wesley Gear
A Men: 1. Matt Shriver, 2. Drew Edsall, 3. Joey Thompson, 4. Chad Wells, 5. Adam Snyder, 6. Tad Elliott, 7. Dylan Stucki, 8. Mike Wilk, 9. Chad Cheeney, 10. Gino Pastore, 11. Joe Schneider, 12. Brenden Shafer, 13. Howard Grotts, 14. Brent Hall, 15. Grady James, 16. Mark Smelser, 17. Sean Peck, 18. Elliott Saslow, 19. Dave Hagen, DNF; Tyler Johnson, Sepp Kuss, Miles Smith.
A Holeshot; Matt Shriver
Wildflower Rush Cross Country
Cat 1 Women 15-18: 1. Alicia Rose Pastore, 2.Kaila Hart
Cat 1 Men 15-18: 3. Howard Grotts, 6. Gino Pastore, 10. Sepp Kuss
Cat 2 girls 15-18: 1. Joan Walker, 2. Hannah Madden
Cat 2 boys 15-18: 1. Elliott Saslow, 4. Stephan Davoust, 6. Levi Kurlander, 8. Hank Stowers, 10. James Shahan
Cat 3 girls 15-18: 1. Elyse Massone
Junior Girls 14under: 1. Kaylee Blevins, 2. Avra Saslow
Junior Boys 14under: 4. Chris Blevins, 12. Charlie Greenberg, dnf. Shane Ellis
Cat 2 Women 30-39: 4. Coach Annie Cheeney
Pro Men: 1. Andy Schultz, 20. Coach Chad Cheeney, 22. Joe Schneider, dnf Tad Elliott
Pro Women: 8. Teal Stetson-Lee
Wildflower Rush Super Downhill
Junior Girls: 1. Hannah Madden, 2. Joan Walker, 3. Avra Saslow, 4. Elyse Massone
Junior Boys: 1. Gino Pastore, 2. Sepp Kuss, 4. Elliott Saslow, 9. Stephan Davoust , 12. Hank Stowers, 13. James Shahan, 15. Shane Ellis, 16. Charlie Greenberg
Men 19+: 15. Coach Daniel Walker
Open Men: 3. Coach Chad Cheeney, 7. Coach Scott Shishim
Wildflower Rush Downhill
Cat 1 Men 15-18: 21. Kyle Horn
Cat 2 Boys 15-18: 18. Gino Pastore, 32. Sepp Kuss
Cat 1 Women: 4. Coach Sabina Kraushaar
Cat 3 Boys 15-18: 30. Hank Stowers
Cat 3 19+ Men: 19. Coach Daniel Walker
Cat 1 Men: 3. Coach Chad Cheeney
Pro Men: 4. Heikki Hall, 7. Chris Heath, 13. Cody Wilderman, 18. Taylor Borucki, 44. Jordan Rupe, 52. Coach Evan Elliott
Pro Women: 3. Darien Harvey, 5. Sarah Elworthy
Team Results and Story by Coach Chadherald
June 17, 2009
AOA/DEVO STXC #2
B Women; 1. Hannah Madden, 2. Robin Fitzpatrick, 3. Annie Cheeney, 4. Kaylee Blevins, 5. Joan Walker, 6.Emily Schaldach
B Men; 1. Elliott Saslow, 2. Chris Blevins, 3. Stephan Davoust, 4. Robert Montgomery, 5. James Shahan, 6. Gregg Dubit, 7. Keenan Desplanques, 8. River Weiss, 9. Devin Feilen, 10. Shane Ellis
B Holeshot: Elliott Saslow
Kids Race: Elle, Nora, Hayden
A Women; 1. Tina Dominic, 2. Alicia Rose Pastore, 3. Kaila Hart, 4. Kricket Lewis
A Men; 1. Matt Shriver, 2. Andy Schultz, 3. Ben Sonntag, 4. Tad Elliott, 5. Rotem Ishay, 6. Travis Brown, 7. Chad Cheeney, 8. Cale Redpath, 9. Joey Thompson, 10. Miles Venzara, 11. Nick Gould, 12. Mike Wilk, 13. Lars Ellefson, 14. Joe Schneider, 15. Greg Lewis, 16. Erich McAlister, 17. Gino Pastore, 18. Brent Hall, 19. Sean Peck, dnf; Branden McNellis, Drew Edsall, Brenden Shafer, Grady James, Chad Wells
A Holeshot: Matt Shriver