AP pushes wild Alaska global warming claim The difference between journalism today and that of a decade or two back was pretty well writ by the once-reserved Associated Press on Thursday […]
No one in America today knows better than Tim Hewitt the meaning of the legendary Archdeacon Hudson Stuck’s more than 100-year-old observation that “the greatest gift” one man can bestow on another […]
An iced over Scott Hoberg after winning the Tuscobia Winter Ultra in Wisconsin in 2017 Interior Alaska-normal settled on an endurance race in northern Minnesota last week and almost overnight “Bold North,” […]
No bit of technology has done more to transform the winter trails of the darkest state in the nation than the tiny, light-emitting diode (LED). LED headlights on fat-tired mountain bikes now […]
Taking advantage of ever better trail, Idaho fat-tired cyclist Jay Petervary looks on his way to a third victory in the Iditarod Trail Invitational. He was closing on the McGrath finish line […]
By stealing an idea from some of the first, fledgling “fat bikes” of Alaska’s fabled “Iditabike,” a Canadian adventure has created the fattest of the fat – a super-wide-tired monster he hopes […]
A new Iditarod distance?
The exact length of Alaska’s Iditarod Trail has been the subject of debate for years now. The distance from Anchorage to Nome started at more than 1,100 miles, shrunk to 900 miles […]