Along the Animas River in the southwest corner of the state you will find Durango BMX. Not only a BMX race track, but a thriving community too. In the past five years the track has climbed in ranking from 14 to the number 2 ranked track in Colorado for 2018.
With sights on how to grab that #1 spot, which would bring a state championship race to Durango, DGO BMX and its racers continue to do what works – engage with the community. “Our success in the past several years has only been made possible with the support from local business sponsorships and the Parks and Recreation Department”, explains DGO BMX track operator Jordan Rupe.
Alpine Bank’s long- standing commitment to DGO BMX has assisted with camp scholarships and more recently a loaner bike and helmet program to ensure that every kid that wants to has an opportunity to try out BMX. Be sure to follow Durango BMX on Facebook and Instagram to track their quest for genuine community and BMX fun.