Quay County Sun - Serving the High Plains

Record broken at Wheels on Fire


October 2, 2019

Ron Warnick

Wheels on Fire 100 organizer Brandon Goldston, left, high-fives Jon Kulas of Santa Rosa in the Tucumcari Convention Center parking lot after Kulas broke the course record Saturday over the 100-mile course by nearly 25 minutes.

Jon Kulas of Santa Rosa broke the course record by nearly 25 minutes during the fourth annual Wheels on Fire 100 bicycle race Saturday, averaging nearly 25 mph over the 100-mile road loop in southern Quay County and a part of Curry County.


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