Richard Pool of Olathe had to drop out of the gravel grinder 200-mile Dirty Kanza race last year after running into some problems. He is one of 1,500 cyclists who will set out from Emporia on May 30 this year for the race.
Richard Pool of Olathe had to drop out of the gravel grinder 200-mile Dirty Kanza race last year after running into some problems. He is one of 1,500 cyclists who will set out from Emporia on May 30 this year for the race. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Richard Pool of Olathe had to drop out of the gravel grinder 200-mile Dirty Kanza race last year after running into some problems. He is one of 1,500 cyclists who will set out from Emporia on May 30 this year for the race. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

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