Colorado Cycling League boasts world-caliber junior mountain bikers

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Colorado Cycling League boasts world-caliber junior mountain bikers

Loaded Animas, Durango teams seek top finishes
Ruth Holcomb of Durango High School had a chance to win last year’s varsity girls state championship mountain bike race at Durango Mesa, but she had to settle for fourth. She is coming off an illness but won the South conference championship race in Eagle and is ready to give it her all this weekend.
Riley Amos of Animas High won all three high school races he contested this year and took over the South conference points lead last in Eagle going into the varsity boys state championship race Sunday.
Last year, Animas High’s Riley Amos, left, had to work his way up from the last row on his way to a fourth-place finish at the varsity boys state championship race at Durango Mesa.
Aleah Austin of Durango High School is congratulated after winning last year’s sophomore girls Colorado Cycling League state championship at Durango Mesa. The state championships are a fun-filled weekend with smiles all around.
Ruth Holcomb of Durango High School had a chance to win last year’s varsity girls state championship mountain bike race at Durango Mesa, but she had to settle for fourth. She is coming off an illness but won the South conference championship race in Eagle and is ready to give it her all this weekend.

Colorado Cycling League boasts world-caliber junior mountain bikers

Ruth Holcomb of Durango High School had a chance to win last year’s varsity girls state championship mountain bike race at Durango Mesa, but she had to settle for fourth. She is coming off an illness but won the South conference championship race in Eagle and is ready to give it her all this weekend.
Riley Amos of Animas High won all three high school races he contested this year and took over the South conference points lead last in Eagle going into the varsity boys state championship race Sunday.
Last year, Animas High’s Riley Amos, left, had to work his way up from the last row on his way to a fourth-place finish at the varsity boys state championship race at Durango Mesa.
Aleah Austin of Durango High School is congratulated after winning last year’s sophomore girls Colorado Cycling League state championship at Durango Mesa. The state championships are a fun-filled weekend with smiles all around.
Ruth Holcomb of Durango High School had a chance to win last year’s varsity girls state championship mountain bike race at Durango Mesa, but she had to settle for fourth. She is coming off an illness but won the South conference championship race in Eagle and is ready to give it her all this weekend.
If you go

Racing at the Colorado Cycling League state championships held at Durango Mesa will begin at 8:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Freshmen and junior varsity races will be held Saturday, and Sunday will feature sophomore and varsity races. There will be a total of eight races. The end-of-season awards will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Fort Lewis College student union building.

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