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No Secrets…

…on the gear I used and carried during my Individual Time Trial of the Tour Divide. JayP’s 2012 Tour Divide Bike/Gear from Jay Petervary on Vimeo. Lets see here, I been a long distant athlete since college, for 18+ years. This gear has been and is figured out first hand for me. I like to […]
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Here we go again…

So, thought I would throw down some quick thoughts before taking off on another journey down the Continental Divide Mountain Bike Route. First off I never planned on doing this, this year, till 2 months ago when my record was broken. I don’t think this is a surprise to anyone. My wife, Tracey, actually was in the […]
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Stagecoach 400 Ramblings

Tracey, our dogz (Rippin and Chillin), and I just came back from a road trip where we incorporated an event, The Stagecoach 400. For us this IS a lifestyle, all of our time off is revolved around some kind of bike infused trip. This particular trip was something I been looking forward to for a […]
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Last Minute Ride

Last Friday afternoon Tracey and a friend headed up to the Equinox Snow Challenge in West Yellowstone for the start on Saturday morning. Since West Yellowstone is only 104 miles away we decide that Tracey would take the van with her teammate, gear,  and dogs allowing me to ride up after work. I would be […]
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Do Everything Bike

This past weekend was the first time riding the skinny wheels this year, as it was mostly among rain and snow, it had me realize the seasons are a changing and with that bikes change. We still have plenty of snow here in the Tetons and more will fall leaving us with plenty of opportunity to continue riding the […]
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Decisions and Emotions

A few reminders as it is easy to forget… The are many feelings associated with the Alaska Ultra Sport and depending on how it actually went on the trail it may have open up others. The feelings will vary depending on if you are a rookie vs. a veteran and that is probably cause the […]
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The Trail

How does the Iditarod Trail get established? Is it something that can be traveled all year? Who maintains it? Is it groomed? What makes it possible for people to actually travel the Iditarod Trail, weather it be human powered or dog powered?I think people are mislead with the word “trail”, cause a lot of it, […]
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Rainy Pass Lodge to Rohn

The section of Rainy Pass Lodge to Rohn is the mountain section of the Ultra Sport. It is where you climb up and over the Alsaka Range cresting over Rainy Pass and descend down through a gorge winding up in the “AK. interior” and the Rohn checkpoint where you will find your food drop. This […]
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What’s in your kit?

Purple Pugsly  w/ full Nome kit in 08′, I have learned and changed things a bit since then… Every racer of the Ultra Sport, no matter the mode of transportation, is carrying some sort of “kit”. The “kit” is the equipment, gear, and clothing that one will carry throughout the event, from start to finish. […]
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