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Updated three days a week at 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday

In Colorado

  • 1,285,987 cases
  • 58,468 hospitalized
  • 4,720,749 people tested
  • 11,985 deaths
  • 8,203 Outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health care facilities

In the region

  • La Plata County: 12,257 cases, 78 deaths among cases
  • La Plata County vaccinations: 37,352 (70% of eligible population) full vaccinations
  • Montezuma County: 5,816 cases, 24 deaths with COVID
  • Archuleta County: 2,811, 12 deaths among cases
  • Archuleta County vaccinations: 7,963 (62% of elegible population) full vaccinations
  • Dolores County: 343 cases
  • San Juan County (CO): 197 cases
  • San Juan County (NM): 39,061 cases, 707 deaths
  • San Miguel County: 2,155 cases

Videos & Photos

Photos: Family fun at the La Plata County Fair16001218Riley Jahnke, 6, shows her sheep, May, in the pee wee showmanship category on Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair, which includes the Demolition Derby on Saturday, continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001125Family and friends gather Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair, which includes the Demolition Derby on Saturday, continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001190Quade Zieske, 4, participates in pee wee showmanship Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001067Quilt entries on display Friday in the Exhibit Hall during the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9501193A fair participant gets a ride from a pig that is in a hurry to get back to its pen on Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001067Bethany Quimby participates with her nieces Everlee, 15 months, and Emeree, 3, in the pee wee showmanship category Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1300552Children get to show their skills in the pee wee showmanship category Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001067Gretchen Gruber, left, Sara McCourt, center, and Carole Morain spin yarn and do needle point to pass the time Friday in the spinning and weaving section of the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001114Zantha Kugle, 8, participates in the pee wee showmanship category Friday at the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001067A quilt made form past Snowdown T-shirts in the quilts area of the La Plata County Fair. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001153Moriah Ashley, 15, takes a nap in the pen with her goats on Friday at the La Plata County Fair. “It’s been a long day,” Moriah said. The fair continues through the weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)
La Plata County Fair is off and running16001165Melidy Jahnke, 14, gives Lauren a bath using Dawn soap and then Woolite to brighten up her wool before competing in showmanship and market class on Wednesday at the La Plata County Fair. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)La Plata County Fair schedule of eventsThursday8:30 a.m.: Judging 4-H/FFA breeding swine, market swine. 9 a.m.-8 p.m.: Exhibits open to the public.9 a.m.: Judging open class home economics, horticulture, floriculture, creative arts.9 a.m.: Judging 4-H/FFA and open class fleeces.9 a.m.: 4-H poultry judging followed by open class.1 p.m.: Judging 4-H/FFA goat show, all classes followed by open class goat.5 p.m.: Fair Royalty speeches and modeling.7 p.m.: Talent contest, patio.7 p.m.: Livestock verification swine, poultry, goat, general project cards due.16001067Amy Peterson, president of the La Plata County Fair Board, accepts children's handicraft entries from Jerad Lopez, 12, and brother Ryland Lopez, 7, as they drop off their Lego creations on Wednesday with the help of their mother, Erin Lopez, at the La Plata County Fair. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)Friday9 a.m.-8 p.m.: Exhibits open to the public.9 a.m.: Judging 4-H/FFA rabbits.10 a.m.: 4-H/FFA breeding beef, beef showmanship.1 p.m.: 4-H/FFA market beef, grand champion and reserve grand champion market beef, champion selection.2 p.m.: Dairy cattle, all classes.3:15 p.m.: Pee wee showmanship.4 p.m.: 4-H/FFA livestock round robin, all-around showmanship.7 p.m.: Asleep at the Wheel concert.7 p.m.: Livestock sale verification rabbit and beef cards due.16001158Victoria Brown, 15, holds her cow, Whopper, as Clint Shults uses ultrasound to look at the back fat marbling and the rib-eye area on Wednesday at the La Plata County Fair. Victoria is competing in the silver steaks exhibitor category and also showing in market beef. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)Saturday9 a.m.-6:30 p.m.: Exhibits open to the public. 9 a.m.: 4-H dog show.9 a.m.: Judging open class beef all classes.10 a.m.: Rooster crowing contest.10 a.m.: FFA showmanship.11 a.m.: Open class dairy cattle, all classes.12 p.m.: Demolition Derby.12-4 p.m.: Community 4-H barbecue cook off (senior center lawn).2 p.m.: Rabbit costume contest.2 p.m.: Poultry costume contest.5 p.m.: Silver steaks, silver loin and silver chop award presentation.5:45 p.m.: Fair Royalty crowning.6 p.m.: Junior livestock sale pavilion.9 p.m.-midnight: Fair family dance.1300916The belt buckle given to the winner of the silver steaks exhibitor category on Wednesday at the La Plata County Fair. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)Sunday8 a.m.: Cowboy church. 8 a.m.: Carcass animals loaded.9 a.m.- 2 p.m.: Exhibits open to the public.1:30 p.m.: 4-H/FFA Catch-It contest.2-3 p.m.: Payment of premiums. 2-3 p.m.: Exhibits released in all departments. 2-5 p.m.: Booths taken down.2-5 p.m.: Poultry and rabbit exhibits released.2 p.m.: Animals released.Beer garden is open Thursday through Saturday.1300886Ryland Lopez, 7, places his Lego creation of a concert on a shelf. He is competing in the children’s crafts category on Wednesday at the La Plata County Fair. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)
La Plata County Fair schedule of events Thursday 8:30 a.m.: Judging 4-H/FFA breeding s...
Patriotic drone show unfolds above Durango’s night skyAbout 1,200 people watched production from city Transit Center1300848The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)One hundred forty drones took to the skies above Greenmount Cemetery at 10 p.m. sharp Saturday in a glowing and patriotic spectacle featuring vibrant images colored red, white and blue against the black backdrop of night.About 1,200 people gathered Saturday at the Durango Transit Center to watch the city’s premiere drone show produced by Verge Aero after a street dance and band performance by McCurry Trio and Desert Child for Independence Day celebrations.Spectators were treated to drone depictions of the American flag, star patterns, a soaring bald eagle and a homage to the city with drones flying in formation to spell out “Durango” to close out the street dance that started at 6 p.m. Across the valley from Greenmount Cemetery, the headlights of cars shined from Rim Drive near Fort Lewis College where more spectators watched.25VideoYouTube480360Ellen Babers, Durango community events administrator, said the show went well. She heard “Ooh’s” and “ah’s” from the crowd when the drones transitioned from one image to another.She said a segment that consisted of stars rotating at various intervals, shrinking into smaller stars before expanding into the shape of a larger star, appeared to be a crowd favorite.“People really liked the Durango part,” she said. “When it spelled out Durango, people seemed surprised. Like, ‘Oh, this isn’t just a generic show, this is about us.’”Other images included an outline of the continental United States, the letters “USA,” and a spinning globe shape that gave the drone show a 3D feel.950863The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1300587The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)The drones were laid out earlier in the evening in a square grid, with each drone placed 4 feet apart. Peter Smiatek, pilot and designer of the drone show, worked with a crew of about six people, including volunteers. Saturday evening at Greenmount Cemetery where the drones launched and landed, Peter Smiatek, pilot and designer with Verge Aero, and his crew of about six people, including volunteers, had laid all the drones out on the grass in a square grid. Each drone was placed four feet apart. Smiatek synced the drones to a GPS and radio tower in preparation for the evening’s show. Six minutes before takeoff, a deer wandered straight past the drone grid, narrowly avoiding stepping on them.“That could have been a disaster,” Smiatek said as his crew scanned the nearby area with flashlights. No other deer were visible.Two minutes before takeoff, the crew’s portable generator shut off – out of gas.1300867The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)“We have double secure power,” he said. “The generator fell off two minutes before the show started. It’s like Murphy’s law, anything that could happen will happen. So it’s best to be prepared.”During prep, the crew ran several tests with the drones. The drones shot up 3 to 4 meters, hovered for about one second and then dropped back to their designated grid space on the grass.40002252Drones go through a trial launch at Greenmount Cemetery on Saturday about 1½ hours before the full performance started. (Christian Burney/Durango Herald)Smiatek worked from a makeshift command station where his laptop and transmission tower were perched.“The base station is the heart of the show,” he said. “It’s a computer and it’s a distribution system connected to radios and an antenna. And that’s it, basically. Very flexible and a good system.”Chris Lutts, vice president of sales at Verge Aero, said he thinks Durangoans enjoyed the performance. From Greenmount Cemetery, he could hear the cheers and whistles of the audience at the Durango Transit Center.“The people we’ve been working with have been great,” he said. “Clearly, the city enjoyed it, so that’s awesome. That’s why we do this. It’s no different than any other entertainment, man. You love that feedback. It’s validation that what you’re doing is something that people really like.”cburney@durangoherald.com1300836The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1300887The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)950863The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1300912The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1300867The city of Durango celebrates Independence Day on Saturday with its first-ever drone show that lasted a little over 10 minutes with the drones lifting off from Greenmount Cemetery and then forming many different images. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)40002252A behind-the-scenes glimpse from the drone show launch zone at Greenmount Cemetery as 140 drones fly in a “USA” formation above Durango. (Christian Burney/Durango Herald)
About 1,200 people watched production from city Transit Center
Photos: Protesters chide Supreme Court decision reversing Roe v. Wade16001087More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001072More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001067More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)14661067More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001248More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)15891067More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)16001153More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1600821More than 200 people gathered Friday in Buckley Park to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters marched south along Main Avenue and then back to the park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)
Sherry Bowman pets Poncho as owner Chuck Wales holds him during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. Poncho was born in the wild in Nevada and then trained at a correctional facility in Cañon City before being adopted. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10671600Burros at Mancos BurroFest had everybody smiling on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12631600Burros at Mancos BurroFest had everybody smiling on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11431600Burros at Mancos BurroFest had everybody smiling on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11691600Danika wears a cute hat during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1236950Attendees during Mancos BurroFest create designs with chalk on Grand Avenue on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1140950Alana Coley, 17, of Mancos, holds her painting of Ziggy during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1268950Veryl Goodnight hugs her burro named Donkey during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10991300Grand Avenue was busy for Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10561600Donna Krupa smiles as she pets Danika with Donna Peacock and Kate Sanders, 4, looking on during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10171300Artist Veryl Goodnight of Mancos holds her painting of Ziggy and Finn Sanifer during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1022950Mary Anne Griffin and her burro Arlo attend the Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. Arlo was born in the wild in Nevada and then trained at a correctional facility in Cañon City before being adopted. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1220950Artist Betsey Krill works on her painting during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. During the afternoon, 15 burros were paired with 15 artists who demonstrated their painting skills to the public. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11121560Susan Matteson paints Ziggy as Finn Sanifer holds him during Mancos BurroFest on Saturday in Mancos. During the afternoon, 15 burros were paired with 15 artists who demonstrated their painting skills to the public. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10931600Jerome Hesse walks Snoop Donk down Grand Avenue on Saturday during Mancos BurroFest. Earlier in the day, 15 burros raced through a course before being paired with 15 artists in the afternoon who demonstrated their painting skill to the public. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8251300Bridget Hussey walks Dulcinea down Grand Avenue on Saturday during Mancos BurroFest. Earlier in the day, 15 burros raced through a course before being paired with 15 artists in the afternoon who demonstrated their painting skill to the public. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11551600Photos: BurroFest in Mancos 16001155Bridget Hussey walks Dulcinea down Grand Avenue on Saturday during Mancos BurroFest. Earlier in the day, 15 burros raced through a course before being paired with 15 artists in the afternoon who demonstrated their painting skill to the public. The Mancos Creative District created BurroFest to spotlight the talents of both burros and artists. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald )
1300867Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo on Thursday night at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)Fun times at the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo in CortezThe Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo on Thursday night at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300The Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo on Thursday night at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1357950A super fan dances on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8561300The Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo on Thursday night at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5651300Bobby Kerr entertains the crowd on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1142950Mitchell Parham competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Kyle Charley competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1303950Keenan Hayes competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10151300Tristan Hansen competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1301950Bobby Kerr entertains the crowd on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9121300Shawn Perkins competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1578950Jace Logan competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9421300Jace Logan competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9511300Darnell Johnson competes in tie-down roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6181300Matt Tuni competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds.9411300Kelcey McNamee competes in barrel racing on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1440947Leeann Ridley competes in barrel racing on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1330950Jace Logan competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8811300Shawn Perkins competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9731300Amber Moore competes in barrel racing on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1323950Kory Hart competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1417950Weston Crane competes in tie-down roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8741300Kyle Charley competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1221950Kory Hart competes in bareback riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7981300Roy Pacheco competes in tie-down roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8421300Lorie Diodosio competes in barrel racing on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1223950Wyatt Uptain competes in tie-down roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1188950Justin Simon competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8091300Wyatt Lindsay competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10071600Brady Buum competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7901300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9521300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8301300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8091300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9311300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10471300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11401600Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8901300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9641300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8641300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8491300Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9291300Kara Jo Garner competes in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8351300Kara Jo Garner competes in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald897950Shoop Stocking competes in steer wrestling on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9041295Children compete in mutton bustin on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald27443832Wyatt Wells competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1425950Kolt Ferguson competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9981300Jacob Coates competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1425950Bryan Huey competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1468950Jacob Meiers competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1408950Clayson Hutchings competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1475950Ryder Wright competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1214946Ryder Wright competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1195950Vanessa Begay competes in breakaway roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10031300Fun times at the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo on Thursday night at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8281300Twila Jones competes in breakaway roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8601300Luke Brown and Hunter Koch compete in team roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5701300Brooks Dahozy and Seth Hall compete in team roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5591300Keylie Tatum makes her way around a barrel while competing in barrel racing on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1191950Kara Jo Garner holds her buckle after winning the mutton bustin competition on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9641300Nathan Urie competes in saddle bronc riding on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1137950Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves compete in team roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6611300Quinn Kesler and Caleb Hendrix compete in team roping on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5021294Leia Pluemer competes in barrel racing on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9141295Ky Hamilton rides a bull on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10351300Thomas Patrick III rides a bull on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9771300Thomas Patrick III rides a bull on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11211300Arviso James rides a bull on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald740950Stetson Wright successfully rides Big Papa on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1098950Brandon McCassie tries to get away from the bull he was thrown from on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8371300Stetson Wright tries to get off after successfully riding Big Papa on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8401300Big Papa falls on Stetson Wright after the cowboy successfully rode the bull on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8541300Matt Merritt, a professional bullfighter and entertainer, is seen inside the barrel after a bull hit it on Thursday night during the Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8921300
Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Hobby Horse Community Bike RideThe 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9721400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9231400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications10831400The 50th annual Iron Horse Race weekend includes events for cyclists of all ages and skills. Sunday’s Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade took place in downtown Durango on Main Avenue from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway Station south to 15th Street. Cyclists dressed up themselves and their cycles in fun costumes, including a 5-person alien-themed tandem bike. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications933140014001083The Hobby Horse Community Bike Parade on Sunday in downtown Durango. (Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications)
Photos: Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Sprite Kids RaceThe Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College, with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Here, big sister, Evelyn, gives some pre-race encouragement. Money raised from the event benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9801400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9541400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9381400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications21001400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications9331400The Sprite Kids Race took place on Sunday morning at Fort Lewis College with races for children ages 2-12. Children were instructed to catch the Penguin, and reminded that safety is first, followed by fun. Money raised from the event goes to the Boys and Girls Club of Durango. Local Olympic cyclist and parent Todd Wells volunteered to help pace the racers. Photo by Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications210014001400933The Sprite Kids Race Sunday at Fort Lewis College. (Nathan Van Arsdale/Ballantine Communications)
Men and women compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom racesRiders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald13081300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10341300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10201300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5341300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7641300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9851300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8351300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1271950Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9411300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9471300Cameron Joye competes and claims third place in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10821300A couple deer interrupt the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race, but make a smooth escape on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9451300Dylan Stucki competes in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9051300Layne Gainer competes and place second in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1493950Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6731300Collin Hudson competes and wins the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8581300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7411300Elle Runyun competes in and places second the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9481300McKenna Merten competes in and wins the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1014950Sophie Allen competes and places third in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9831300Riders compete and in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic dual slalom women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8771300
Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster raceMike West competes in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9641300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5471300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7221300Sarah Sturm cheers on riders in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8761300Fans cheer on riders in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8371300Dylan Stucki competes in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9041300Cyclists compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster race and dual slalom race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7421300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8471300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8741300Stephen Davoust competes and places second in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster men's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8871300Todd Wells competes and places third overall in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9601300Cyclists compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster race and dual slalom race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Riley Amos, left, and Cody Cupp compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster men's race as rain falls on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8881300Brayden Johnson competes and wins the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10541300Cyclists compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster race and dual slalom race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6871300Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1279950Riders compete in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9641300Savilia Blunk competes in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8821300Ruth Holcomb, left, and Savilia Blunk, battle it out in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8341300Ruth Holcomb, left, and Savilia Blunk, battle it out in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10181300Savilia Blunk competes and wins the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1293950Ruth Holcomb competes and places second in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1368950Stephen Davoust, left, takes second, Brayden Jonson, center, finishes first, and Todd Wells comes in third in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's Roostmaster race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1292950Ruth Holcomb, left, takes second, Savilia Blunk, center, places first, and Bailey Cioppa comes in third in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9751300Ruth Holcomb, left, takes second, Savilia Blunk, center, places first, and Bailey Cioppa comes in third in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8551300Ruth Holcomb, right, and Savilia Blunk, battle it out in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Roostmaster women's race on Sunday at Chapman Hill. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7641300
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