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Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 2 - Campground - This is a look at one of the campground areas at Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 2, located along the western shores of the lake. There are several such camping areas. George Hincapie - George Hincapie preparing for the Individual Time Trial at the Tour of Missouri in Sedalia. Greenwood Park - Entrance Sign - This is the entrance sign for Greenwood Park, located just west of Olsburg, Kansas. The park provides both RV and tent camping facilities. Camp Hunter - Entrance Sign - This is the sign at the entrance to Camp Hunter Park in Humboldt, Kansas. It lists the rules and regulations at the park. Please note that there is no fee for tent camping, though visitors must still check in with the Police Department. Santa Fe Lake - Entrance Signs - These are the entrance signs at Santa Fe Lake. Note that alcohol and firearms are prohibited. All users need to purchase a permit at the lake office.
Richmond City Lake - Typical Campsite - This is a typical campsite at Richmond City Lake. It offers a trash can and fire ring, but no other services -- no picnic table, no restroom, no drinking water. Kansas City Blur - The racers are just a blur as they pass spectators lining Grand Avenue at the end of the Tour of Missouri in Kansas City. Garnett Cedar Valley Reservoir - RV Campsites - These are some of the RV campsites at Cedar Valley Reservoir near Garnett, Kansas. Each includes electric hookups and a picnic table, with no water available. Tenters may camp here, or at one of the non-utility campsites nearer the lake. A cyclist pedals through the Gypsum Hills on Hwy 160 west of Medicine Lodge. Roger Lomshek - This is Roger Lomshek, who owns Tailwind Cyclists in Pittsburg, KS. Roger also organizes the annual Gorilla Century and the Kansas Road Race Championships (criterium, time trial, road race) in and around Pittsburg, and takes the lead on a number of trail-building projects in southeast Kansas. Thanks for all you do to promote cycling, Roger!

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