Results for Three Springs #5

July 9th

B Men; 1. James Shahan

B Women; 1. Kaila Hart, 2. Hannah Madden, 3. Summer Ellefsen, 4. Joan Walker, 5. Annie Cheeney

A Women; 1. Alicia Rose Pastore, 2. Kricket Lewis

A Men; 1. Todd Wells, 2. Tad Elliott, 3. Travis Brown, 4. Mike Wilk, 5. Chad Cheeney, 6. Dustin Wanstrath, 7. Nate Whitman, 8. Brendan Shafer, 9. Jeff Toohey, 10. Gaige Sippy, 11. Lars Ellefsen, 12. Gino Pastore, 13. Devin Dahl, 14. Doug Boykin, 15. Howard Grotts

*next wednesday’s stxc is at the Durango Sports Club. 5:30 will be sign up and bonus individual TT, 6pm B’s and 6:30 A’s.

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DEVO Short Track Tonight at Three Springs

Tonight is round 5 of the DEVO Short Track Series. Three Springs Development is the site and getting there is easy. Head out of town on 160 towards the airport. Take a left at the new Mercy Hospital enterance and ride towards the back right of Mercy. The course is located in between the hospital and Three Springs. Sign ups start at 530 and will cost ya 5 bucks. B category racers begin at 6pm and the A’s start at 630. See you there.

Durango's Darien Harvey Leads the Nation

Mountain Bike Specialists mechanic and local professional downhiller, Darien Harvey, is the current NMBS series leader in downhill after 4 of 7 events. She leads current mountain cross world champion, Melissa Buhl by 65 points. This weekend is round 5 of the national series, taking place in Windham, New York. Olympian Todd Wells will also be there to throw down in his home state. Good luck to both of you.

Sobe/Cannondale\'s Darien Harvey

Become a Durango DEVO Supporter

Become a Durango DEVO supporting cyclist and purchase a U-14 (blue,) or U-19 (red,) jersey for $250.00. We hear ya, that is a ton of money for a jersey, but the money goes towards U-14 and U-19 athletes costs. So in the end its a good deal. Please email chad@durangodevo if you want to look good on your bike.

Firecracker 50 Was Today

USA Cycling’s Marathon National Championship was today in Breckenridge, Colorado. Check out the results. Durango’s Cale Redpath took the top spot on the podium in the singlespeed category, winning by almost 10 minutes. Travis Brown and Miles Venzara placed 6th and 20th in the pro category. Very nice.

4th of July and Kennebec Loop

Eat at the Diner at 7am. Leave town headed west out 160 on you mountain bike. Make sure you have a posse. If you need a posse, ride around the DoubleTree Hotel at 8am. Ride over Hespreus, and take a right up La Plata Canyon past the Cafe. Stop at the little campground on the left and fill up your water again. Climb. Then climb some more. Stop at the top and check it out. Descend sliderock trail. Cross a small road and descend the loamy Colorado Trail for an hour, then climb for an hour, then descend again for two or so. High five your friends and eat a ton.

Local ATB Heros to Race Downieville

Local mountain bike downhill world champions’ Greg Herbold and Miles Rockwell are set to race the Downieville Classic the weekend of July 11-13th. The California race claims to be the best all around riding competition in the US, stated as the All-Mountain World Championships. The cross country is a rugged 29 mile point to point, and the downhill is 50 minute, 17 mile shredfest. The race is so popular that it sold out in under 5 minutes. Of course when you are Greg and Miles, you get the backdoor ticket. Good luck fellas!

Results for Sport Ridge #4

July 2

B Women; 1. Hannah Madden, 2. Summer Ellefson, 3. Joan Walker, 4. Annie Cheeney

B Men; 1. Chris Blevins, 2. Hank Stowers, 3. Jack Ellefson, 4. Elliott Saslow, 5. Daniel Walker, 6. James Shahan

A Women; 1. Alicia Rose Pastore, 2. Kricket Lewis

A Men; 1. Tad Elliott, 2. Dustin Wanstrath, 3. Scott Simmons, 4. Howard Grotts, 5. Eric McCallister, 6. Adam Snyder, 7. Miles Venzara, 8. Brenden Shafer, 9. Gaige Sippy, 10. Robin Guiallaume, 11. Chad Cheeney, 12. Gino Pastore, 13. Lars Ellefson, 14. Nate Whitman, 15. Martin Cox, 16. Kyle Horn, 17. Sepp Kuss

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