Coming up: Flint Hills Express
Global Climate Change makes for some nice days in November, we'll let you ponder what that means for everything else.
Fast and Furriest rearranged the steep hill side but otherwise used the same 'bike driving' course from previous years. IF you made the podium, head over to Family Bicycles to pick up your gift certificate.
Next up some super fun CX at the Raytown BMX track: FLYER
Centennial Park in Lawrence was the site of the 2017 Kansas Cyclocross Championship for categories. A similar course to last year, but without a pavement start and some additional log features was utilized. Cold start in the morning, changing to almost unseasonable warmth in the afternoon. The post race food and refreshments were bountiful
Next up: Fast and Furriest cyclocross at the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City
RESULTS from Sunday's Kansas Age Group Cyclocross Championships. One of the best designed courses in the metro with climbing, sand, pavement start and recovery. Food and beer for the after party and a scenic view of Wyandotte County Lake.
Photos from Jesse Miguel
NEXT UP: 360 Cup Kansas Category Cyclocross Championship FLYER
Cyclocross Season is in full swing.
The very very cool Womens Dirt Summit happens on Saturday November 11th.
The first of two weekends of Cyclocross Championship races for Kansas, November 12th at Wyandotte County Lake Park: Kansas Age Group Cyclocross Championships FLYER
November 19th is the Kansas Category Cyclocross Championship in Lawrence. FLYER
Cliff Drive Cyclocross had nice turnouts, a revised but challenging course and Fall temps
RESULTS Day one
RESULTS Day Two
RESULTS for the finale of Cooke Cross
NEXT UP: Boulevard Cup Sunday Nov 5th at Stump Park. Be ready for the berms.
Watch for a schedule change for the late season races. The local season will continue into mid January.
Joules Cross experienced all the mood swings of Mother Natures. A warmish Saturday that finished off with tent destroying winds. A coolish Sunday with Fall breezes.
Two days of racing in Lawrence, Kansas: Saturday 10/14 and Sunday 10/15. Midweek rain and potential for more on Saturday should mean softer ground. While this course does not have any pavement sections, there is a compressed jeep road used for the start/finish sections. Much of the course traverses grassy pasture land with some potential for a boggy wet section.