May 24, 2009


All Dirty Kanza 200 finishers will receive one of these.  It ain’t no belt buckle.  But this is something you can really use.  (The beer glass, that is.)


In an effort to keep those of you who are “navigationally challenged” from getting lost at this year’s Dirty Kanza, Joel and I have developed these new corner markers.  Flourescent Pink ribbons will be easily visible during the day.  Reflective tape for night time viewing. 

Tic Toc…

May 9, 2009

Only three weeks away from the 2009 running of The Dirty Kanza. Joel and I are busy making final preparations. We are absolutely giddy about the course we have in store for you this year. The new northern section is chock full of roller-coaster hills, panoramic vistas and picturesque native limestone structures. One small word of caution… In years past, checkpoints have come every 50 miles. This years course begins with a 61-mile leg, then a 40-ish second and third leg, then concludes with another 60+ mile long leg. That final leg is a doo-sey. No short-cut back to town. It’s 64 miles anyway you cut it. Be ready, particularly if we have the customary southwind that Kansas is known for. You have been warned.

See you Friday evening (May 29th) for registration.
Jim C.

thanks for coming to the dirty kanza new blog we just started this after getting back from trans iowa late at night. so we will be getting more info & other good stuff out soon .we have a few changes of format to be announced so look for that soon.

big grin…joel

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