Kansas Cycling News

  • A Decent $15 Bike Light

    If you ride you bike at night, or even if you ride at dawn or dusk, a good headlight can literally be a lifesaver, and is required by Kansas law. Here's an inexpensive bicycle lighting solution you might want to consider, using an 'indestructible' LED flashlight.

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  • Fall 2011 Photos

    There are many beautiful places in this world, but autumn in Kansas is one of the very best. Hope you were able to get out and enjoy the fall colors! Here are some of my photos from Fall 2011.

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  • Kansas Trail News: November 9, 2011

    Kansas Trail News: November 9, 2011

    Derby’s Outstanding Trail Network; Landon Trail Update; Ottawa Opens New Recreation Center; Flint Hills Discovery Center Nearing Completion; Buffalo Bill Center Under Way?; Kansas Wetlands Education Center Wows Visitors; Crystal Bridges Museum Of American Art Opens In Ozarks

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  • Kansas Trail News: October 10, 2011

    Kansas Trail News: October 10, 2011

    Kaw River State Park In Topeka; Pedal Power Tour At Marquette; Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy Fall 2011 Newsletter

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  • Kansas Trail News: October 3, 2011

    Kansas Trail News: October 3, 2011

    Trails For Good Health; Kansas Motel Provides Bikes For Guests; KC Rally Calls For More Bike Trails; Sunflower and Kanza Annual Meetings; Falun Classic & Marquette Mini Bicycle Rides Oct. 9

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  • Fall 2011 Bicycle Friendly Community Designations Announced

    Fall 2011 Bicycle Friendly Community Designations Announced

    The League of American Bicyclists have announced their latest Bicycle Friendly Communities, and Leawood, Kansas earned a place on the Honorable Mention list.

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  • New Strawn Bicyclist Killed By Lightning

    New Strawn Bicyclist Killed By Lightning

    Patti Gilliam, a bicyclist from New Strawn, Kansas was struck by lightning on Saturday, September 10th, while riding her bicycle across John Redmond Reservoir Dam. She died at a hospital on Wednesday.

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  • The De Soto Bike Ban is History

    The De Soto Bike Ban is History

    By a 4-1 margin, the De Soto city council has voted to repeal the prohibition against non-motorized vehicles on 83rd Street east of the city, ending a painful and embarrassing episode in Kansas bicycling history.

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  • Kansas Trail News: September 2, 2011

    Kansas Trail News: September 2, 2011

    Covered Bridge Nearing Completion; Osage City Trail Work Day A Success; Landon Trail In Topeka Update; Flint Hills Trail Progress; Bike Club At Lawrence School; Kanza Annual Meeting; Western Sky Trail Update; Blue River Rail Trail Progress

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  • Kansas Trail News: July 26, 2011

    Kansas Trail News: July 26, 2011

    Sunflower Summer Meeting; KC Bike/Ped Advocacy Group Forms; Conservancy To Build Osage City Trail; Trail Bridge Brings Business Boom In Iowa; Hybrid Traffic Light For Landon Trail In Topeka

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