Weds 6 PM BICYCLE ROLLER RACES
Steaming Bean – 915 Main Hosted by the Durango Wheel Club
Head-to-head bicycle races on stationary indoor rollers, contestants provide their own bicycles, road-type with 700c front wheels. Furthest distance covered in 15 minutes wins the prize!
Categories: men 18+, women 18+.
Event Coordinator: Ivan Unkokvsky – 970-749-0030
Event Cost: FREE
Entry Deadline: 10 minutes before Event
Prizes: 1st, 2nd, 3rd in each category
NICA is pleased to announce the 2012 NICA Annual Award winners!
The NICA Awards were established in 2010 to honor student-athletes, coaches, volunteers and partners that have made outstanding contributions toward the development of high school cycling and the national high school mountain biking movement.
This year, NICA Awards will be given to 13 individuals in 10 different categories that were selected from a field of more than 222 nominees from NICA Leagues across the country.
Specialized Student-Athlete Leadership Award
Trek Student-Athlete All Star Award
Jeep Extraordinary Courage Award
SRAM Coach of The Year Award
Clif Bar and Company Volunteer Service Award
Quality Bike Products Community Impact Award
Primal Wear Race Production Partner Award
Easton Foundations League Founder Award
NICA Legacy Award
Come support the winners at the NICA Awards Benefit Ride and Banquet! Both events will be on January 12th, 2013 with the ride at Ft. Ord and the banquet at the Specialized world headquarters in Morgan Hill, California. Register today for either the ride and/or the banquet here.
These bikes are amazing. Check out Fat-bike.com for more action.
1) John, age 13: Loves video games, animals, reading, and doing Karate. In his free time he likes to go swimming, play board games, ride bikes. He thinks the best Big for him would be one who was kind, caring, energetic, and could help with his homework. John lives with his mom and could really use a male role model in his life.
2) Chris, age 13: Loves fishing, swords, science, video games, and going on the trampoline. When he grows up he wants to be a scientist or an adventurer. He believes a Big is someone who helps you out, respects you, and cares about you. He lives with his mom and younger brother and would like someone to get out and do new things with.
3) Noland, age 7: Noland is super energetic and loves biking, playing outside, trains, and doing fun adventures like going to the pumpkin patch. He is quiet at first but when you get him talking he loves to chat and has such a vivid imagination! He lives with his mom and needs a positive male role model in his life.
4) Phil, age 12. His interests are drawing, going to the Rec Center to hang out, soccer, and the anime series Dragon BallZ. He just moved to Durango and needs some help adjusting to life in a new town. According to his mom, the ideal Big for Phil would be someone young and energetic who would show Phil they cared about him and built up his confidence.
5) Ron, age 10. Ron is a sports guy through and though. He likes football, basketball, and just hanging out and being outside. He is very interested to learn how to skateboard and snowboard. He also is developing a love for reading and would like his Big to help him with his homework sometimes, when they aren’t playing sports together!
6) Rachel, age 9. Rachel is an active and energetic young lady. She likes doing gymnastics, swimming, baking, and arts and crafts. She is hoping for a Big Sister who can run around and play with her on the playground, do art, and go out for ice cream together.
Community-Based Program Manager
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado
72 Suttle St, Unit I (PO Box 2154), Durango, CO 81302
phone: (970) 247-3720
fax: (970) 385-8491
The Iron Horse appreciates the support the local community has provided over 41 years. In recognition of that support we are giving locals access to registration a few hours ahead. Last year the IHBC sold out in a matter of days, some race categories within 13 hours! This is a great chance to “get in” early.
The IHBC will be hosting a “Locals Only” registration party Friday November 30th, 2012 5-8pm at Mountain Bike Specialists at 949 Main Ave, Durango. This event will be held only a few short hours before we open registration to the world at midnight, Dec 1.
We will have multiple workstations set up to allow “locals” to stop in and register for the 2013 event to be held May 25-27, 2013. Please bring your credit card because the registration will be done online, and only completed with a credit card. No checks or cash.
Here is the deal: You have to register in person, with a valid ID. You cannot register other people, unless they are under 18(minor). No exceptions. Please do not ask to sign up your spouse, friend, etc… Our liability waiver is part of the registration process and must be electronically signed by the person standing there, who matches the ID.
Beverages, appetizers, and chocolate provided by Bread, Steamworks and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Regular registration opens at Midnight Dec 1, 2012 if you cannot make this event.
Please check out our new website at ironhorsebicycleclassic.com for event details including the fact we are going to time the McDonald’s Citizen Tour (must start with Train at 8:30am to receive course time) and we have made changes to the Road Race categories based on 2012 feedback. Additionally we have new merchandise offerings, our best yet.
We hope to see you November 30th and thank you for the many years of support.
2012 Stan’s NoTubes Four Corners Cyclocross Series
Sunday Nov. 4th – Durango, FLC Stadium
Saturday Nov. 10th – Dolores, Joe Rowell Park (check http://ciclistasdelrio.blogspot.com/ for start times)
Sat. and Sun. Nov. 17th/18th – Cortez, Parque de Vida
Sunday Dec. 1st – Durango, FLC Stadium
Sat. and Sun. Dec. 8th/9th – Aztec, NM, Tiger Sports Complex
Sunday Dec. 16th – Series Finals, Durango, FLC Stadium
All race times are as follows except for Dolores:
10am – Men’s B/Open Women
11am – Men’s A/Men’s 35+