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Thanks to Junior for having some fun with the camera at mile 85.
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With the heat of the day reaching 93 degrees, this small creek became a watering hole for many.
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Dan Huges of Lawerence, KS road most of his journey solo this year.
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Kristen Legan of Boulder, CO started her ride into the sunset as she prepped for her all-nighter.
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It wasn't until mile 42 that some of the packs start to break up.
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With all the riders coming into the first support area, it became a challenge for rider and supporter alike to locate each other.
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Former champion Ted King took his fair shares of the pulls on the day.
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Male DK 200 winner Colin Strickland took his time as he moved up to the front on his way to victory.
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Female DK 200 Winner Amity Rockwell never stopped at the first checkpoint.
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Early morning views.
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The DK is all about family, friends, and teamwork.
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Shimano's new GRX took on the day’s challenge with zero issues.
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Ride, eat, and rest?
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After a long day in the hot sun, the evening hours welcomed some pretty views.
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Father and daughter riding the DK 200 together.
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LIfetime did a great job stepping up the expo game this year.
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One of many Jeeps out on the course making sure everyone is safe.
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It is Kansas.
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Race director Lelan with his family right after the start.
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Time for Beers!
Thanks for everyone at Lifetime and the DK for allowing us to come and showcase the event. Thank you to all the volunteers, and to the city of Emporia for hosting everyone.