Athletes must be enrolling in Grade 1 and 2 for the 2024-2025 school year to participate in our Mini Devo – Grade 1 & 2  programs, respectively.  All age groups referenced throughout our application and registration processes will be for the grade the athlete will be entering for the 2024-2025 school year, or the equivalent age if homeschooling. Please no exceptions!


    If you are a first time applicant to CB Devo, you need to first complete our super quick and painless “NEW USER REGISTRATION” where you will simply submit your email address and create a login password for your account.

    After you have completed the new user registration, you will automatically be redirected to the “NEW USER DASHBOARD” where you can view your profile, enter billing address and access the “NEW ATHLETE APPLICATION FORM“.  All new CB Devo participants must complete this form.

    Once you have been notified that your child has been accepted into CB Devo Summer 2024 programming, please complete your profile by updating your athlete information in “Your Athletes” .  Please be certain to fill in all emergency contact and medical information as thoroughly as possible.

    Your athlete WILL NOT be posted to your profile until he/she has been approved.  Please note, new athlete applications are reviewed based on your rider’s age, ability, group dynamic, and our coach to athlete ratio.

  • New Athlete Application Process

    BE OPEN APRIL 1-15.

    New athlete applications will be available online at 8am Monday, April 1 and must be submitted no later than 8pm on Monday, April 15, 2024.

    All registration for existing athletes and athlete applications for new participants will be closed at 8pm on April 15, 2024.  Any new athlete applications submitted after this deadline and/or existing athletes, who did not make this same deadline, will only be considered pending group availability.

    We will review these applications and select the athletes that will make up the most well-matched teams taking age, gender, and ability levels into consideration. These team announcements will be made by email on or before April 17, 2024.  Please understand that this has never been an easy process for us and will be increasingly difficult given the demand for youth summer programming in the Gunnison Valley.  We will do our absolute best to include as many riders as we possibly can while still holding on tightly to our program goals and objectives. It is absolutely necessary for CB Devo to maintain small coach to rider ratios in order to keep our athletes safe and their skills progressing. Please direct any questions, concerns or comments regarding this process to Amy via email or by phone at (970) 596-4085.


    On May 1st, we require that all program registration be completed for NEW ATHLETES as well as a payment of either 50% or the total amount due for program fees. The remainder of program fees is due no later than June 1, 2024 for CB Devo Summer Programs. We will communicate with you via email to remind you if we do not receive your payment.

    New for 2024 is our CANCELLATION POLICY, which is as follows:

    The Crested Butte Development Team has always placed coach safety training and intentional coach to rider ratios as a top priority.  We begin our hiring process in April so that we can be best prepared for the upcoming season.  Once we’ve hired and confirmed schedules with coaches, we have made a commitment to them for summer employment.  Once at least 50% of fees have been paid on or before May 1, if parents pull riders from CB Devo summer programming, the refund structure below will apply.  The only exception to this will be injury or illness with a doctor’s note. All program fees are due no later than June 1, 2024.

    1. If parents pull rider after May 8, 50% of fees are non-refundable
    2. If parents pull rider after June 1, 100% of fees are non-refundable

    Before May 1st, please log in to your account and “Add Program(s)” to your “Athlete(s)” in your Dashboard. NOTE- You must have Athletes added to your profile and these athletes MUST be APPROVED by admin before you can purchase a summer program.

    All registration paperwork and payment must be completed online. To avoid being charged a 3.5% convenience fee, please consider making your payment by check. We charge this fee to take the financial burden off of our non-profit organization as these fees do add up. If you prefer to pay with a check to avoid this charge, please feel free to leave payment in the CB Devo drop box located at 914 Belleview or mail to us at:

    Crested Butte Devo
    PO Box 1416
    Crested Butte, CO, 81224

    There will once again be an online payment plan option for summer program fees:

    At checkout, you will have the option to pay 50% or the full amount of your program fees with the remaining balance due no later than June 1, 2024.  Please make a note of this date in your calendar and be sure to get payments made on time. At checkout, we strongly encourage all 2024 CB Devo families to consider making a contribution to our 2024 Donation Drive Campaign. These efforts will support our entire local CB Devo community by keeping our program fees as low as possible for local families while allowing us to continue compensating our coaches a wage that supports the increase in the cost of living in our valley.

    Online registration and full program fees are due on or before June 1, 2024 unless previous arrangements have been made.


    Fees vary for our one and two-day programming, however the daily fee $67.50/day for two-full day programming and $69/day for one-full day programming. Fully sublimated custom CB Devo team jerseys by Podiumwear, and other CB Devo branded merchandise, is available on our website. We will throw an end of season ice cream party and frequent “POPSICLE DAYS” throughout the summer.

    • With our expanded programming, it is simply too difficult to issue credits for days that are missed. Therefore, you will be expected to pay for sessions that your child is unable to attend. Please consider the points below under our “Missed Sessions Policy” regarding extended absences. This is not a drop-in program and the level of commitment required comes from a place of safety and fun – the cornerstone of our mission statement.

    We understand that summer is a time that many families like to go away to visit family or vacation. If you could please communicate with us when your child will not be attending so we aren’t waiting for him/her before we leave that would be greatly appreciated.


    We strongly discourage missing sessions with Crested Butte Devo for the following reasons:

    • When an athlete is away, he/she loses fitness and returns to the group in a totally different place then they were before they left.
    • It becomes a safety issue when we have athletes who can’t complete a ride in a reasonable amount of time. This jeopardizes the ability of the coach to avoid exposure when bad weather is imminent.
    • We want every day to be a positive experience on the bike and when sessions are missed, especially on a regular basis, that is not going to be a positive experience for anyone.

    We rely heavily on registration fees when creating our budget for the year and paying our highly-qualified, well-trained coaches well for their immense passion and energy is a top priority for us.  We appreciate your understanding with this matter and of course, please feel free to contact Amy if you have special circumstances that need to be considered.

    Regarding extended absences due to sickness, family vacation, other camps and/or activities please be sure that your child understands that when he/she returns to CB Devo there is a high probability that he/she will be in a different group.  Here’s why…since 2015, we have seen firsthand that the riders who were consistent in their commitment to riding throughout the summer had amazing progress.  Those who missed weeks with no riding lost fitness and struggled to keep up with their group.  If you are questioning this policy, I’d like you to please ask yourself this question:  How does this effect the experience of your child and the rest of the groups safety?

    Please know that our intentions here are NOT to be exclusive and that we DO understand that kids and families have other summer commitments.  If your child will be missing a couple of weeks throughout the summer session due to other camps and/or family vacations that is okay and we can work with your schedule.  Crested Butte kids are tough and bounce back quick so we just ask that you make the best effort possible to schedule trips around days your child’s group meets to ride. The exception here is missing the first two weeks of summer programming where we focus on skill development and expectations. Missing the first two weeks of a nine-week program doesn’t set the athlete, or Crested Butte Devo, up for success.

    In the case of injury, all remaining registration fees for the season will be either refunded or can be used as a credit for next season. CB Devo will not issue refunds due to repeated disrespectful behavior. We do our very best to create an environment that is safe and supportive for all of our riders. We simply cannot jeopardize the safety and progress of the group due to an athlete continually not listening to coach instruction. We will go above and beyond to work with behavior issues however, if there is no change in the athlete’s negative behavior, we will ask that the rider take a break from CB Devo and join us again when the structure of our programming is developmentally appropriate.


    The Crested Butte Development Team identifies the physical and emotional safety of our athletes and coaches as priority number one. Additionally, we place great emphasis on teamwork, kindness, and cooperation within our groups. Any athletes found to consistently jeopardize these priorities through inappropriate behavior will be subject to the following process:

    First offense – The coach(es) will identify the behavior and bring it to the attention of the athlete. The behavior in question will be clearly and rationally discussed using positive language. At this time, the coach(es) and athlete will collaborate on a constructive solution moving forward. The coach(es) will also bring awareness of the situation to the athlete’s parent(s). The coach(es) will meet with the athlete in the future for a report and seek assurance that we are continuing to work towards, or have reached, a favorable and fair resolution.

    Second Offense – A second offense will be brought to the attention of the athlete by the coach(es) and reported to the Crested Butte Devo Board of Director(s). At this time, a meeting will be scheduled between the athlete, coach(es), parent(s). With a continued positive and encouraging tone, this meeting will serve to identify the ongoing problem, re-establish expectations, develop a solution strategy, and discuss consequences of further disruptions. After this meeting, consistent monitoring and communication between all parties will be crucial to a favorable outcome.

    Third Offense – With a third offense, the Crested Butte Devo Director reserves the right to remove the athlete from programming for a duration of (2) sessions without additional warning. This suspension will provide the athlete and their parent(s) sufficient time to reassess their actions and future commitment to being part of the Crested Butte Devo team. During this period, efforts to avoid a fourth offense will be highly accelerated. Programming fees will not be refunded for missed sessions due to disciplinary actions.

    Fourth Offense – Historically, we have very rarely found an athlete to be in this standing, but upon a fourth offense the Director reserves the right to remove the athlete from the program for the remainder of the season. A dismissal from the program is the worst case scenario for everyone involved. We are confident through consistent and effective communication between athlete, coach(es), parent(s) and director(s) this outcome is completely avoidable and reserved for the most extreme behavioral disruptions. This athlete will be allowed to apply for re-entry into the program the succeeding season, and if accepted, will start the season on probation for a predetermined period. Programming fees will not be refunded for missed sessions due to disciplinary actions.

    * In the event of extreme misconduct, that severely compromises the safety of the group, the Crested Butte Development Team reserves the right to forgo the four step process in favor of immediate and possibly permanent dismissal from the program. In this case, programming fees will not be refunded.