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Kansas Cyclist Kansas Cyclist is the web's premier resource for cycling in the great state of Kansas. Though not blessed with flashy features such as mountains or oceans, Kansas does offer subtle beauty to those who can appreciate the surprising diversity of landscapes and terrain within its borders.

As well as great natural beauty, Kansas offers countless miles of roads and trails, for both on-road and off-road cycling. And contrary to popular opinion, Kansas is not entirely flat, with its share of hills, rivers, and valleys.

To learn more, explore our comprehensive collection of Kansas cycling resources, and be sure to check out the calendar of coming events.

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Upcoming Kansas Bike Rides Feed

DateRide
08-29-2020Grit Gravel Grind - A cycling ultra-endurance gravel road race staged from El Dorado Lake. 25, 50, 75 and 100 miles.
09-07-2020Bike 4 the Brain - Bike for the Brain is a Mission, KS ride that promotes increased understanding about brain-based illnesses. There are 3, 10, 33, 55, and 72 mile options.
09-26-2020Bleeding Kansas Gravelduro - A gravel road event taking place in Manhattan, Kansas.
10-10-2020Gravel Grinder National Championship - An annual Lawrence Kansas event presented by the United States Endurance Cycling Federation.
10-24-2020Maple Leaf Gravel Grind - A beautiful ride around southern Douglas County in the middle of the fall foliage season. 12, 35 or 70 mile routes.
11-07-2020Freedom Ride - A gravel road mountain bike ride which will begin and end in the founding city of All Veterans Day, Emporia, Kansas. 16 and 40 mile options.
06-05-2021Biking Across Kansas - Biking Across Kansas (BAK) is a recreational bicycle tour that crosses the state of Kansas within the space of eight days. Participants enjoy the challenge, camaraderie, and adventure of pedaling from Colorado to Missouri under their own power.

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Last Update: March 31st, 2020