Dirty Kanza organizers say the 2019 course is maybe the best yet. The expo will also double in size. Life Time is taking a cautious approach to growth, however.
Dirty Kanza has found ways to boost female participation far beyond what most conventional bike races see. Kristi Mohn explains how.
To balance life and training, this rider uses SOLOS Smart Glasses to get the most out of each workout.
Riders from the EF Education First WorldTour team will race Dirty Kanza, Leadville 100, Three Peaks, and Taiwan KOM Challenge in 2019.
Since EF announced its partnership with Rapha, we've all been wondering how WorldTour pros will fare in "alternative" races.
Welcome to The Dirt, the weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things rough and dirty. Blevins and Swenson win Swiss Epic queen stage Less than one week after riding to a silver medal in the under-23 world mountain bike championships, American Christopher Blevins is back […]
Chris Case swore he'd never race Dirty Kanza again. He was lying. And the second time around wasn't much easier.
Riders share stories of how they got through the brutal, 206-mile Dirty Kanza.