This week the Paceline is down to two, with Hottie and Patrick trading pulls. Patrick is in Emporia, Kansas, for Dirty Kanza. He’ll be riding the 100 with the intention of getting back and then greeting the 200 finishers as they roll across the line.
He interviews Adam Blake of Gravel City Adventure and Supply Company about how the town turns out for the event. And 2015 winner Yuri Hauswald talks conditions and how a bit of rainfall can change everything.
The cycling world lost one of its own with the unexpected death of veteran pro team press officer Sean Weide. And one of the leading lights of frame building, Bruce Gordon, is hanging up the torch and selling his shop.
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