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    Niner Blog — road to kanza

    The Road to Kanza: A look at the Queen of Pain's bike

    When you win big races, like, say, the Leadville 100 or the Dirty Kanza 200 or....well, you get the idea. When you put as much time in the saddle as Rebecca Rusch does, and you're one of the most successful endurance riders, ever, you get to know your bike well,...

    The Road to Kanza: Up Close with Amanda's Performance Machine

    There's a lot that goes into both bike fit and component selection when you spend as much time on a bike as Amanda "Panda" Nauman does each season, especially during the Dirty Kanza (13 hours) where she will seek to defend her title for the 3rd time. Here's a closer...

    The Road to Kanza: Check out Menso's Bike

    So, when you have 200 miles of gravel ahead of you, what do you ride? Here's a look at how Menso de Jong sets up his carbon Niner RLT 9 RDO for the long haul. (We doubt the sparrow is going to make the trip, but hey, it does have...

    ROAD TO KANZA: MENSO DE JONG, FROM SINGLETRACK RACING TO GRAVEL

    https://youtu.be/wBnYQdEq76U No stranger to grinding it out in the saddle for hours on end, Menso de Jong, a member of Team Clif Bar Mountain Biking and Cyclocross, talks about getting ready on his Road to Kanza. Watch the short video and read about a ride he once did with 14k...

    The Road to Kanza: The 200 Mile Criterium with Zack Allison

    https://youtu.be/uxBwAEc6dlI?list=PL3jJMwZjGtor3zr5-JZN-6283jVDEgKPq Zack Allison of Source Endurance Training and a member of Team Clif Bar Cycling has his sights set on winning the Dirty Kanza 200, a race he compares to a long criterium. We caught up with him during training to talk preparation and his motivation as he heads down...

    The Road to Kanza: Through the Eyes of Amanda Nauman, Two Time Champion

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3I9rySjQLSA Coming out of college where she competed as a NCAA swimmer, Amanda "Panda" Nauman knew she needed something to keep active and keep her competitive edge. She was drawn to cycling. After having spent years in the pool, cycling was something different and, she realized she enjoyed it. She...