Kansas Cycling News

  • Biking Across Kansas 2008

    Biking Across Kansas 2008

    Biking Across Kansas, the annual bicycle tour across the state of Kansas, has announced it’s route for 2008: The 466-mile route crosses the northern tier of the state, starting in St. Francis and ending in Atchison,with overnight stops in Atwood, Norton, Smith Center, Beloit, Washington, Sabetha, and Horton. Though the exact details …

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  • Cross-State Bike Tours Shaping Up

    Cross-State Bike Tours Shaping Up

    It's that time of the year to start planning your summer cross-state bicycle tour. So far, the Bicycle Tour of Colorado, BRAN, the Katy Trail Ride, Oklahoma FreeWheel, RAGBRAI, and Tour de Nebraska have announced their routes. Biking Across Kansas is next - suspense is building!

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  • Hike-and-Bike Path Coming To Pittsburg

    Hike-and-Bike Path Coming To Pittsburg

    An editorial in the Pittsburg Morning Sun (Hike-and-bike path may make for a healthy community) came out in favor of a proposed multi-use path in Pittsburg, Kansas. The southeast Kansas community of about 20000 is also home to about 6000 students at Pittsburg State University. The path, about 1.5 …

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  • Cycling Resources in Neighboring States

    Cycling Resources in Neighboring States

    Kansas Cyclist, in addition to providing a comprehensive collection of cycling resources for the state of Kansas, now also offers resources for our neighbors as well.

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  • Wichita BMX Park Vandalized

    Wichita BMX Park Vandalized

    The Emery Park BMX Track in Wichita, Kansas was recently the victim of a theft that damaged the park. Thieves made off with helmets and at least 200 feet of copper wiring, some of it cut at the base of poles and pulled it from an underground conduit. The …

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  • KDOT Releases Transportation Plan For Review

    KDOT Releases Transportation Plan For Review

    The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is in the process of updating the state’s long range transportation plan with the intent of improving the Kansas transportation network and strengthening the economic future of the state. The update process consists of three phases, the first two of which (analysis needs and …

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  • Pedicabs For Kansas City?

    Pedicabs For Kansas City?

    An article in the Kansas City Star (Bike-powered pedicabs may soon troll downtown) reports that Kansas City, Missouri may soon allow operation of pedicabs: City official Gary Majors said Friday that public transit options here may soon include bicycle-powered pedicabs. Majors, director of the Regulated Industries Division, said his City Hall department …

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  • Starting The New Year Right

    Starting The New Year Right

    A few Kansas cyclists celebrated the new year by getting on their bikes: The Lawrence Mountain Bike Club hosted its annual New Year’s Day Ride on the Lawrence River Trails which draws as many as 50 riders. Chris Locke attended the LMBC New Years Day Ride and offers this report: The Cow …

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  • Welcome to Kansas Cyclist!

    Welcome to Kansas Cyclist!

    KansasCyclist.com is a new web site dedicated to bicycling in the state of Kansas. It offers a comprehensive directory of Kansas bike shops, bike clubs, bike rides and events, bicycle trails, and other cycling-related resources in the state. This section of the site, “Kansas Cycling News” will highlight basically anything newsworthy …

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