2023 Spring Season News

We are pleased to announce details for the 2023 spring season.

REGISTRATION:

Registration for Young Devo and Devo MTB opens Wednesday, Feb. 1, 7:00 a.m.

Registration for Red Squad is now open here. Deadline Feb. 10.

Applications for Shredders are now open here. Deadline Feb. 10.

If you have any questions about programs or registration, please contact us ASAP, do not wait for registration to open or it may be too late. Please study the details about each individual program before you sign up.

SPRING PROGRAM LINE UP:

Young Devo: Age 6-8, April 12 – May 22, choose Wed or Sat. (Program Details)

Devo MTB: Age 9-14, April 3-May 25, choose Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs. (Program Details)

Shredders: Age 14+, April 3- May 25, extremely limited space, requires application. Deadline Feb 10.

Red Squad: High school ages. March 7 – July 24. Registration is now OPEN here. Deadline Feb 10. New athletes must email coach Joe Lewis before registering. (Program Details)

Red Squad Bridging Program: High School ages. Spring (Feb 27-March 13), Summer (May 8-22). Deadline Feb 10. The Red Squad Bridging Program is a 3 week introductory program for riders that are new to BJC but want to test out riding with the Red Squad in the spring or summer. Please email coach Joe Lewis to register.

REMINDER OF DEVO MTB BIKE REQUIREMENTS: BJC has the following minimum bike requirements to participate in the Devo MTB Age 9-14 program:

-Disc brakes

-Wheel size 26” or greater (unless approved by Lester)

-Tires of 2.0” or wider

-Front suspension

YOUNG DEVO BIKE REQUIREMENTS

Riders must be on a mountain bike in EXCELLENT working condition, with hand brakes, gears, and knobby off road tires.

Here are some tips for a smooth registration:

-Please study the details about each individual program before you sign up

-Programs are capped and fill quickly

-Registration is thru Team Snap

-A headshot photo of the participant is required to register

-You can test registration in advance with a mock registration here.

-Applications for scholarships are welcome anytime, but we prefer them before registration starts.

WANT TO COACH? We’re hiring coaches! (Details)

TEAM KITS: The online store will open on approx. Feb. 7. We’ll send details via email when it opens. General info about kits is here.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE: We strongly encourage families to contact us about assistance paying for program fees, equipment costs, clothing costs, and racing costs. Finances should never be a reason a family can’t join our team! While some BJC programs sell quickly, we always hold spots open for scholarship candidates. Please contact Executive Director Pete Webber.

Policy on Group Requests: Please do not send requests to be in a certain group. No exceptions. Please do not register if participation is contingent on your rider being in a certain group.

Policy on Carpool Requests: We can’t guarantee that carpool requests will be met. When each season begins, participants are assigned to groups that meet at different rotating locations across Boulder County. When forming these groups we will attempt to meet carpool requests made during the registration process, but it’s impossible for BJC to meet all carpool requests. Please do not register if your participation is contingent on a specific carpool.

Questions?  Contact information for our staff is here. Emails are welcome anytime, but please call or text only during normal business hours.