Casey Saunders (right) who died in a bicycle race crash Sunday in Kansas City, was regarded as one of the sport’s most tenacious and kindest racers. Here, he competed in a 2015 race in St. Louis with teammate Scott Ogilvie.
Casey Saunders (right) who died in a bicycle race crash Sunday in Kansas City, was regarded as one of the sport’s most tenacious and kindest racers. Here, he competed in a 2015 race in St. Louis with teammate Scott Ogilvie. Photo courtesy Scott Ogilvie
Casey Saunders (right) who died in a bicycle race crash Sunday in Kansas City, was regarded as one of the sport’s most tenacious and kindest racers. Here, he competed in a 2015 race in St. Louis with teammate Scott Ogilvie. Photo courtesy Scott Ogilvie

Elite cyclist killed in Kansas City race was a ‘tenacious but humble working guy’

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