On the next Outdoor Explorer, we’re talking about the Iditarod Trail Invitational race, which claims to be the longest winter ultramarathon in the world. Thursday at 9 p.m. on KDLG AM670.
Alaskans are doing some stuff you would not believe would be possible. Certainly, when I was a kid nobody would talk about running to Nome. We were already pretty impressed when Joe Reddington ran a team of dogs to Nome. Well, now people are racing by foot and by fat-tire bike to Nome and points in between, such as McGrath.
On the next Outdoor Explorer (Thursday at 9 p.m. on AM 670), we’re talking about the Iditarod Trail Invitational race, which claims to be the longest winter ultramarathon in the world, sending racers by foot, bike or ski either 1000 miles from Knik to Nome, or 350 miles from Knik to McGrath. In the studio we’ve got a fat-tire bike record holder, a first-time fat-tire racer in the ITI, and an ultrarunner who has completed the trip to Nome twice on foot.
HOST: Charles Wohlforth
- Kevin Breitenbach, men’s record-holder, 350-mile ITI course
- Lars Danner, first-time ITI bike racer
- Shawn McTaggart, ultrarunner, finished 1000-mile race to Nome twice
BROADCAST: Thursday, February 19, 2015, 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. on KDLG AM 670
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