Dirty Kanza Training Camps

It's never to early to plan for next year's gravel adventure

Press Release

Dirty Kanza will be hosting  a world premier training camp in Emporia, KS tailored for gravel enthusiasts each Spring. This 4 day training camp focuses on preparing athlete’s mind, body, and machine for the rigors of the Dirty Kanza and other epic gravel endeavors. Camp athletes will learn through educational seminars, test their equipment on the gravel roads of the Flint Hills, and train their bodies with abundant riding. In addition, you will enjoy great locally sourced food designed to keep you fueled throughout the weekend. And it wouldn’t be a DK camp without amazing goodies from our Dirty Kanza sponsors.

Best of all….the camp includes entry into either the DK200 or DK100 event distances. There is no better way to earn a coveted Dirty Kanza finish, or potentially Race the Sun, than our Dirty Kanza Training Camp.

The 7th Dirty Kanza Spring Camp (100 and 200 mile) or our first ever DKXL Camp this spring! We are bringing back the best in the industry to help you get ready for the 2020 Dirty Kanza, or any other endurance gravel event you have in mind! Camp includes meals, curated routes, tech talks, AND your entry for the 2020 DK or DKXL.  Act fast – space is limited!

What’s Included:
Entry into either the Dirty Kanza 200 or Dirty Kanza 100 mile event.
Four days of guided rides on sections of the DK course, led by some of the most amazingly talented and friendly gravel grinders around!
Professional mechanic support both on and off the bike.
“Hot Topic” talks covering important DK survival info.
Three dinners and breakfasts, and two lunches.
2020 DK Cycling kit (bibs and jersey, $200+ value).
Great SWAG from top Dirty Kanza sponsors and cool DK gear
Local discounts at participating merchants.
Lifetime friendships in addition to the satisfaction earned from putting in the work to achieve something great.


For more info: Dirty Kanza Training Camp


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