As the Dirty Kanza 200 has grown in popularity, so has the quality of the field. This year’s race brought out an international group of heavy hitters to vie for the crown of King of Dirty Kanza.
After the early rain and mud and then dust settled, Ted King was back on top at the DK200. King added a second win to add to his 2016 crown. Josh Berry rode with King a good 50 miles after Checkpoint 2 before settling for second, and Geoff Kabush won a three-man sprint to take third at the end of the 206-mile race.
We chatted with the three podium finishers in the interviews below. For the full story’s of Saturday’s Men’s race, see our DK200 race report.