Your best bet is probably to hook up with some of the local group rides, then work out your favorite routes from there. For the local clubs, check out KCBC.org, cowtowncycling.com, brbcracing.com, kcbike.com, jcbikeclub.org, localcycling.com, and a few others that I can't think of right now. Most of those sites have weekly rides posted. Regardless of how fast you prefer to pedal, I'm sure you can find a ride to suit your tastes. If you are interested in the MTB side, try earthriders.com. If you are just looking for a leasurely MUT type ride, check out the Trolley Trail. If you are a racer, kscycling.org has a regional race calendar posted.vunje said:Just came from the Twin Cities which has tons of road bike paths and is very biker friendly. Where are some good places to go on my road bike where I won't get run over?
Which is the best bike shop for road bikers?
ps - I live in the Brookside area.
I meant stop in any one of them. I'm not a major fan of the shop out there in Brookside, but some people are. Then there is the Trek Store and BikeSource for the larger shops in town. Bike America (on 95th) has a stockpile of odds & ends if you need some old part. Up north there is the Wheel and that one just off of Barry Rd & I-29. More downtown/midtown there is RiverMarket Cyclery, Acme, & Midwest Cyclery. Then a bit more south there is Leawood and head west for Bike Stop.vunje said:You mention for me to stop in and say hi, but you didn't say where?