Check the Durango Wheel Club site for all the info. It is going to be a sweet weekend of local cross action.Read More
Aztec Cross on Saturday, Santa Rita on Sunday!
This sunday is round 2 of the Fort Lewis Cycling Cyclocross series in Joe Rowell Park in Dolores, Colorado. Racing begins at 130 for the b men and women. Kids racing is being offered at 230 using a shortened version of the course and the a men and 40+ men go at 330pm. Check here for more information.Read More
Nordic dry land starts today! Want to learn more about joining the nordic team? Go to www.durangonordic.org or call/email Sarah at email@example.com or the Nordic head coach, Josh, at firstname.lastname@example.org
J5 (ages 7-9) is coached by Devo’s Sarah Tescher and still has opening for kids!
The trails have been tried and there is still a lot of snow on them! But the Halloween Ride is STILL ON! Meet at the same time, same place and we will shred the spooky bike path in search of CANDY and GOBLINS. The scary story is only for the strong and the brave so put your game face on. Wear a COSTUME and make it WARM!
See you all at 3:30 in the cul-de-sac past the Soup Kitchen.Read More
Q: What did it feel like walking into the Olympic Training Center for the first time?
A: It was sweet, I didn’t really know what to expect, but everyone was super nice and accommodating.
Q: What were the group rides/workouts like? Did you mountain bike or road bike?
A: First day was the time trial pre-ride, which was a chill ride at our own pace. Then the time trial on Friday and skills work later that day with the roadies. Last ride was a fun ride on some super technical and icey singletrack. All on mountain bikes. Everything was at an easy pace except for the TT.
Q: Did you recognize anyone from the racing we do in the summer? Where were the kids from?
A: Keegan Swenson, from Park City, he got third in Cat 1 15-16 at Nats and Skyler Trujillo, from Fort Collins, got 2nd or something like that in Cat 1 17-18 at Nats.
Q: What was the best thing you learned during the weekend? Are there any secret training tips you can give us?
A: There were so many informational meetings it’s hard to choose. The yoga lady had some pretty good stuff to say about posture while riding. Hmmm… Eat your broccoli.
Q: Did you see any famous Olympic athletes? What other sports were there training? Could you tell what they played by looking at them?
A: The basketball team was there, I had no idea who any of them were, but they were all like 7 feet tall… so you definitely knew what sport they played.
Q: What was the food like? How about the housing?
A: The food was amazing, I went to the cafeteria at least 6-7 times a day. It was pretty much a buffet with anything you could want open from 7am-8:30pm. Housing was 3 kids to a room with a communal shower/bathroom, nothing special.
Q: Whats your best memory from the weekend?
A: About 6 hours of dodgeball over the two super cold and rainy days we had.Read More