• Ryan Cross Hired By Life Time Events for Marketing Leadville, Dirty Kanza and More

    Submitted by Bill Plock on January 13th, 2020

    Veteran race director, endurance marketing professional and Boulder resident, Ryan Cross was recently hired by Lifetime Events as the Marketing Manager for off-road cycling and trail running events. 303 had a discussion with Ryan to find out about his new role and what’s going on at Lifetime for 2020.  Read more

    • Dirty Kanza

      Submitted by 303cycling on February 3rd, 2019

      Emporia, KS   Dirty Kanza Promotions was founded in 2006 by Jim Cummins, with the assistance of fellow cycling enthusiast Joel Dyke. At that time, gravel grinding was just beginning to catch the interest of the endurance cycling community. However,Read More

      • Will Corporations Kill Endurance Racing—Or Save It?

        Submitted by 303cycling on October 25th, 2018

        Life Time Fitness recently purchased the Dirty Kanza 200, the latest in a string of indie races to be scooped up by major corporations Read more

        • Life Time Fitness Acquires Dirty Kanza

          Submitted by 303cycling on September 27th, 2018

          Owner of the Dirty Kanza  gravel race announced that the event has been purchased by Life Time, the fitness chain that also owns the Leadville 100 mountain bike race and the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival. Read more

          • Dirty Kanza

            Submitted by 303cycling on May 17th, 2018

            Emporia, KS   Dirty Kanza Promotions was founded in 2006 by Jim Cummins, with the assistance of fellow cycling enthusiast Joel Dyke. At that time, gravel grinding was just beginning to catch the interest of the endurance cycling community. However,Read More

            • If we are going to get blown to Kansas then we might as well race there….

              Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 11th, 2008

              Whow! The wind! It’s great for speed workout as long as you have a means to get back west or if you are camping in Kansas for the night. This weekend I took the my single speed out on the gravel roads and if you haven’t ridden the back gravel roads then you are missing out especially on days when mother nature is less then friendly. Read more