World class athlete Kaitie Keough to compete at Humboldt Park race
Kaitie Keough is one of the nation's toughest world-class cyclocross racers, ranking second only to the indefatigable Katie Compton, another champ you may remember from the Tour of America's Dairyland earlier this year.
According to the Wisconsin Cycling Association's cyclocross Instagram account, if you've got the mettle, you can race against her at the Humboldt Park cyclocross races this Saturday, Sept. 15.
Keough, who hails from Racine, and sports the nickname "the Little Badger," is no stranger to the podium, and recently won the 200-mile endurance gravel race, Dirty Kanza. She is undoubtedly in the area to prepare for the World Cup races in Waterloo and Iowa City later this month.
Humboldt Park offers many races throughout the day for all levels of riders, but if you want to tear up the field with the world-class rider, make sure you sign up for the Cat 1/2/3 race (NOTE: Though it is listed as a Men's race, Women can compete in these races.).
Pre-registration for the Humboldt Park races ends at midnight on Wednesday, Sept. 12, but you can still sign up the day of the race for an additional fee.
What is cyclocross?
Cyclocross is a form of bicycle racing that sends riders on laps around mostly unpaved terrain and incorporates an assortment of challenges that are meant to test bike handling skills as much as it tests pure strength and speed.
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