Ken is out of town,  so the official timing is out of the picture.  This is not part of the official DWC TT series.   Self timing will be the rule of the afternoon/evening.   Despite lack of official timing/results, it is still very motivating to be making the TT effort with other people who have started 30 seconds in front or behind you.  Here is an option if you want to get out there and tax your legs in preparation for some of the bigger races coming.  We may be able to get some unofficial results for those of you who are on STRAVA.  (No guarantees on this)

Perhaps see you there?
Bob K.

DWC Omega TT: Iron Horse Inn-Trimble-Top Old Shalona
15 miles – distance
1193 ft elevation gain
Meet at the Iron Horse Inn north driveway entrance.
No sign-up, first rider off ASAP!
Route:  Starts at Iron Horse Inn, north on US 550, RT on Trimble, LT on CR 250.  Continue past Bakers Bridge and turn right on the Old Shalona climb.   Finish at the top.  

The following email is from Gerry Geraghty. I have not spoken with Mike or Deb yet but I have spoken with the DEVO director Amy and texted with MRMC staff (with permission from Mike), and it appears that Mike has extensive injuries including fractures to his skull and spine along with many other broken bones and various lacerations… On the upside his brain is checking out OK and he is conscious and talking and happy to receive visitors. If I get any updates on Mikes condition I will post them here ASAP. – Spencer

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Durango’s biggest cycling event is the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic. This year the festivities will run from Saturday May 24 through Monday May 26. As is our tradition, the members of the Durango Wheel Club provide the volunteer backbone for the event.

The Iron Horse Bicycle Classic is our oldest Sponsor! Let’s do our part to help this year’s event run smoothly! Food provided for each shift, swag bag and sweet tee shirt.

This year we will need a total of 90 Volunteer shifts filled during the three days of the IHBC! Continue Reading…

Seen this already – watch it again! Never seen it, take 90 seconds and check it out. This video shows plainly and clearly how to ride in the pace-lines that we utilize while riding in a group. -Spencer