Nordic dry land starts today! Want to learn more about joining the nordic team? Go to http://www.durangonordic.org or call/email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Nordic head coach, Josh, at email@example.com
J5 (ages 7-9) is coached by Devo’s Sarah Tescher and still has opening for kids!
Hello there cyclists. Durango DEVO is currently working on a new blog/website to make things easier for us all. Check it out at www.durangodevo.com. This site will have all the cool stuff this one does, but will be even cooler. The history from this old blog will be on the new site, so nothing has been lost. Check it out.
Here are the remaining rides offered for the Boure celebration of bikes.
Wednesday September 30, 2009
La Etapa de la Reina
Mesa Verde 200k
8AM START – Meet at Roosa Avenue and US Hwy 160 West.
Mesa Verde 100k
10AM START – Meet at Absolute Bakery, 110 South Main in Mancos.
**Please note: There is an $8 Entry Fee, and lights are required to ride your bike through Mesa Verde National Park due a rather lengthy and dark tunnel.
Thursday October 1, 2009
Durango Singletrack MTB Ride – 20 miles and/or 2 hours
Meet at Carver’s, 1022 Main Avenue
*Ride with Ned Day
Friday October 2, 2009
Wade-O’s Tour of Eastern La Plata County – up to 60 miles
Meet at Oscar’s, in the Town Plaza next to Kroeger’s Hardware Store
*Riders should expect as much road-bike-suitable dirt roads as is possible.
Saturday October 3, 2009
Baker’s Bridge-Old Shalona – 30 miles
Meet at bread – at Florida Rd and East Animas Rd (CR 250)
*Vintage Bike Day* (if you don’t have a vintage steed, bring your most unique or fun velo)
Tad Elliott plus Elliott family gear sale is this Friday evening starting at 4pm-whenever then Saturday morning starting at 8 am. At the Elliott’s house 2613 Arroyo Drive. Please role by. There is Tons of Sunglasses and Cycling clothes. A couple of bikes and some nordic Skiing equipment. Tad is a DEVO alumni who is now a professional cross country ski and bike racer. In the bike racing department, he is currently looking for a new team, so keep your ears peeled.
Sunday, Nov. 1– FLC NightCross – FLC Stadium
Sunday, Nov. 8 – Dolores – Joe Rowell Park
Sunday, Nov. 15 – Cortez
Saturday, Nov. 21 – Aztec
Sunday, Nov. 22 – Durango – Santa Rita Park
Saturday, Dec. 5 – Russell the Musclecross – Buckley Park
Sunday, Dec. 6 – Series Finals – FLC Stadium
There will be three different start times:
Men B/Open Women
We have some great sponsors this year that are helping us bring it up a notch: Animas Orthopedics/Rivergate Sports Medicine and Durango Coca-Cola are the presenting sponsors with many more helping to make it possible (flyer out soon).
PRACTICES: Wednesdays at 12noon
That for the first few weeks as later in the day conflicts with Football. Once you know the course you may practice at any time, just be aware in high traffic/paved sections. If the football team is using its whole practice area then avoid that part of the course (you can figure out a way do the barriers without conflicting). There is also baseball/softball/soccer and club sports using the area later in the day – it’ll be tough until November.
ALWAYS KEEP YOUR HEAD UP FOR PEDS AND OTHER TRAFFIC.
I have marked a ~ 6min. course starting at the softball complex toward Dirks Field (Soccer-East) then heading left (north). Orange flags mark the apex of turns 95% of the time – the other 5% they are there to give a long straightaway reference. When there are 2 and 3 flags it is a hairpin and/or in an area without a tree to mark the turn.