Alabama teen brings mountain bike series to race-starved Durango

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Alabama teen brings mountain bike series to race-starved Durango

Future FLC student, cyclist shows impressive drive
Alex Green moved from Alabama to Durango at the age of 17 to begin the emancipation process before enrolling at Fort Lewis College. In his downtime, he started a bike race series.
The AG Epic Mountain Bike Series allowed riders from all across Durango, from junior riders to top pros, to share the course together for some racing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Courtesy of AG Epic Mountain Bike SeriesFilip Matyjaszczck helps place signs to mark the course for an AG Epic Mountain Bike Series race in Durango.
Signs went up at Twin Buttes on Sept. 12 and Horse Gulch on Sept. 19 for the first events of the AG Epic Mountain Bike Race Series. Race director Alex Green aims to bring the series back in 2021 along with cyclo-cross and enduro racing.

Alabama teen brings mountain bike series to race-starved Durango

Alex Green moved from Alabama to Durango at the age of 17 to begin the emancipation process before enrolling at Fort Lewis College. In his downtime, he started a bike race series.
The AG Epic Mountain Bike Series allowed riders from all across Durango, from junior riders to top pros, to share the course together for some racing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Courtesy of AG Epic Mountain Bike SeriesFilip Matyjaszczck helps place signs to mark the course for an AG Epic Mountain Bike Series race in Durango.
Signs went up at Twin Buttes on Sept. 12 and Horse Gulch on Sept. 19 for the first events of the AG Epic Mountain Bike Race Series. Race director Alex Green aims to bring the series back in 2021 along with cyclo-cross and enduro racing.
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