The Wichita Adaptive Cycling Omnium has been a staple of the U.S. Handcycling Series for many years, and includes three races:
- Latham Road Race: A 30-mile loop through rolling hill terrain at the base of the Flint Hills.
- Kechi Time Trial: A very flat North/South course that starts at the entrance to the Kechi City Park, North on Oliver to a turn-around and finishes near the start.
- Oak Park Criterium: The crit is flat and fast with some brick and is .8 mile a lap.
In addition to the racing, a Recreational Ride and Clinic is held at Sedgwick County Park for anyone wanting to join in a morning ride with a clinic following.
Riding a bike powered by your arms can be tremendous fun and a great sense of freedom. Whether you are interested in racing, recreation, or just fitness, handcycling has plenty to offer.
|06-03-2016||Kansas Adaptive Cycling Omnium - The Wichita Adaptive Cycling Omnium has been a staple of the U.S. Handcycling Series for many years, and includes three races, as well as a recreational ride.|