Saturday-Sunday, September 27-28, 2014
Durango is synonymous with mountain biking. It's hosted the World Championships and the NORBA National Championships, runs the original and largest youth cycling program, and is the chosen home base of countless professional riders. Plus, the US Forest, Trails 2000, and countless additional volunteers have combined efforts to build and maintain thousands of miles of trails in the area.
Within a half a mile of our host shop, Second Avenue Sports, you can find two major trail networks - Horse Gulch and Overend Park. Travel less than another mile and many more come into the picture - Twin Buttes, Dry Fork, Colorado Trail, Sailing Hawks and Animas Mountain.
With the help of our incredible Durango-based friends and resources, we'll organize a site for our morning skill development sessions, and then figure out which combination of trails will work best for the different levels of our afternoon instructional rides.
Watch this space for more information but know already that this camp will end up being amazing for all levels of cross-country and all-mountain riders, as well as those inclined towards freeride, but with an interest in pedaling too.
Think of a friendly small town with high-country riding on one side and high desert style on the other. Think of super supportive and inspiring professional Trek Dirt Series coaches. And then come join us for our inaugural camp in Durango.
Camp Host: Second Avenue Sports
September 27-28 women's only camp: REGISTER
Quality Inn Durango is our accommodations sponsor and if offering discounted room rates for Trek Dirt series participants of $120 per night plus tax, minimum 2 nights required. The hotel amenities include mini refrigerator, outdoor pool, indoor hot tub and a full hot breakfast included in the room rate. It is also less than a mile away from our host shop, 2nd Ave Sports, so very convenient to get to camp each day.
Please contact the Quality Inn Durango before August 18, rooms and rate are subject to availability. To book by phone call (970) 259-5373 and mention the Dirt Series.