We had an entire team of professional photographers at Dirty Kanza this year.  Here are links to a few of their sites.  We hope you enjoy viewing these great pictures.   From Patrick Evenson…   Coverage.zenfolio.com From Jason Ebberts…   http://www.tblphotography.com/2014dk200 From Kim Morris…  www.kimmorris.com From Richard Kimberlin…   http://richardkimberlinphotography.zenfolio.com/ From Eric Benjamin…  http://adventuremonkey.shootproof.com/event/659566  

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Hello there! We thought it would be more convenient if all of this items were placed in 1 post so you don’t have to go searching around the site for them. We have also made an update to the cue sheets as it was being reported that the watermarks were causing problems for some. Again, more »

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  • Byron Oberst - May 30, 2014 - 12:50 pm

    Question: thinking about doing the 100 next year. Would the recommended bike for the 100 be a cross or Mtn bike. I have both.
    Thx so much & best of luck on this years event. Byron Oberst Bend Or

  • Julie Schaefer - June 1, 2014 - 10:18 am

    I will be first timer next year. Please keep me posted on sign up

  • Jim Cummins - June 5, 2014 - 7:07 pm

    Please review our Riders Bible. We think you will find the information there you need to determine the best bike choice for you. Good luck.

  • Jim Cummins - June 14, 2014 - 11:29 am

    Julie, please “Like” and follow us on Facebook. We’ll be making announcements there… as well as here on our website… concerning dates and locations for 2015 registration. Thanks.

We are still in need of volunteers for the Dirty Kanza 200. Help us in showcasing Emporia, the Flint Hills, and this world class bike event! Please follow the link below for details on positions and times needed. Then simply email Erin Ritter at eritter@g.emporia.edu. Include your name, email, cell phone as well as what time more »

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  • LINDA JO JONES - May 8, 2014 - 6:14 pm

    Please let me know in what capacity / time involved you are needing assistance.

  • Jim Cummins - May 11, 2014 - 4:11 am

    Linda, we would love to have you help in whatever capacity you choose. Please follow the link… then contact Erin Ritter. Thank you.

  • John hensley - May 30, 2014 - 6:25 pm

    Wife and I will be at the cattle gates to welcome the riders to the beautiful Flint Hills!

Hey folks, Lodging still exists out in Chase County. Only 20 minutes from Emporia are many bed and breakfast and home style rentals, as well as hotel lodging. Space is limited though, so if you are still in need and don’t mind the drive act quickly! Click the link below for details and contact information. more »

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  • Leslie Seiter - May 5, 2014 - 9:04 am

    America’s Best Inn & Suites, Knight’s Inn and Guesthouse Inn & Conference Center (all in Emporia) still have a few rooms available.

Wait no longer! GPS routes are posted below. Long time DK followers and participants will know that this is the first year that we have provided the maps and thus GPS info prior to the race. While we are excited to do so, it is pretty critical that we remind you that no matter how more »

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  • Bryan - April 22, 2014 - 11:10 am

    Lelan, Can you confirm mile 100 and 151.2 routings are correct? Seems different from last years routing.

  • Jim Cummins - April 23, 2014 - 5:03 am

    Bryan, they are different. The locations of CP2 and CP3 have been revised.

  • […] we’d have a beer at Mulready’s after the ride. We planned to ride the 110 mile DK200 half-pint route, 110 miles of Flint Hills goodness. It follows one of my old training routes almost to a T and […]

  • Bill Dietrich - May 13, 2014 - 3:12 pm

    Hey Lelan,

    Have you heard of anybody having problems getting an error message when trying to upload the gpx file into garmin connect or their device. I can’t seem to upload it.

    Thanks, and I’ll see ya in a couple weeks!


  • Nancy - May 23, 2014 - 9:22 am

    Hey! Very cool that you’re going to be at DK! I have a couple fdnries who are doing the 100-mile version neither of them are named Jessica, though. :) In my experience (from the far back of the pack), the full race is as competitive or non-competitive as you want it to be. While there are certainly people there RACING, they’re up near the front. I’d imagine the 100 mile race to be the same.It’s coming soon good luck and maybe I’ll see you there. :)