LIVINGSTON: ‘A big cycling hootenanny’ in store for Durango in October 2019

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LIVINGSTON: ‘A big cycling hootenanny’ in store for Durango in October 2019

Fort Lewis College coach Chad Cheeney and athlete Ellen Campbell, both longtime Durangoans, will get a chance to host the 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships on Oct. 18-20 at Purgatory Resort. It’s a chance to showcase Durango’s mountain bike culture to a national audience.
Zach Graveson/Fort Lewis College Cycling file

Fort Lewis College mountain bikers Nash Dory (12) and Cole Paton (18) shined at this year’s USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Montana. Next year, the Skyhawks will try to win a third consecutive national title, this time on home soil at Purgatory Resort.

LIVINGSTON: ‘A big cycling hootenanny’ in store for Durango in October 2019

Fort Lewis College coach Chad Cheeney and athlete Ellen Campbell, both longtime Durangoans, will get a chance to host the 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships on Oct. 18-20 at Purgatory Resort. It’s a chance to showcase Durango’s mountain bike culture to a national audience.
Zach Graveson/Fort Lewis College Cycling file

Fort Lewis College mountain bikers Nash Dory (12) and Cole Paton (18) shined at this year’s USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Montana. Next year, the Skyhawks will try to win a third consecutive national title, this time on home soil at Purgatory Resort.

LIVINGSTON: ‘A big cycling hootenanny’ in store for Durango in October 2019

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LIVINGSTON: ‘A big cycling hootenanny’ in store for Durango in October 2019

Durago’s Ruth Holcomb, left, was one of 822 high school cyclists to compete at the Colorado High School Cycling League state championships last weekend at Durango Mesa Park. Durango could host an even bigger state championship event next year.

LIVINGSTON: ‘A big cycling hootenanny’ in store for Durango in October 2019

Family and friends showed up to Durango to cheer on riders during the Colorado High School Cycling League state championships. With 822 riders, there were an estimated 2,000 people on hand to experience the event.
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