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cyclist Jim Cummins blazed a new off-road 'gravel-grinding' trail with the Dirty Kanza 200

 

 

Posted on: 19 May 2016

Kansas

In Emporia, KS cyclist Jim Cummins blazed a new off-road 'gravel-grinding' trail with the Dirty Kanza 200 (kilometres) - now about to celebrate its 10th year and still America's biggest cycling event of its kind, attracting 1,500+ riders. 

Having ridden the Dirty Kanza 200 in 2013, UK cyclist Paul Errington conceived and produced the inaugural Dirty Reiver 200 in Northumberland last month. In June he'll travel back to the Sunflower State of Kansasto tackle the Dirty Kanza 200 again. 

Escorted group travel packages for Irish cycling enthusiasts will follow his lead for 2017 and beyond. Enjoy the great outdoors of the Heartland States. 

Visit www.dirtykanza200.com and check out the Dirty Kanza video at www.travelksok.ie