30 riders, the most ever for an Alaska brevet, stormed the backroads of the Matanuska Valley last Sunday. Thanks to all the “regulars”, as well as new riders, for coming out to test yourself against Palmer’s headwinds, Wasilla’s pitbulls, and Houston’s hailstorms. Tell all your friends how much fun you had on this ride, then bring ‘em with you to the next brevet!
Mat Valley 200K photos are HERE.
Mat Valley 200K results are HERE.
Now that you have one or more 200K rides under your belt so far this season, consider riding this weekend’s Anchorage/Palmer/Anchorage 300K. It’s a beautiful ride that explores everything between the sandy beaches along Cook Inlet to the snow-covered peaks of the Chugach mountains. All the info is HERE.
Join us over the Memorial Day weekend as the Alaska Randonneurs team up with the Alaska Endurance Association for their annual Denali Classic. We’ll be offering a 200K and 300K dirt-road brevet, as well as hosting a family-friendly pot-luck dinner, and a hearty pre-ride breakfast. There will be lots of room at the Brushkana campground, so bring your family and encourage all your friends to come up and have a good time. (There’s loads of good trail riding for those not participating in the AEA rides or the brevets.) This ride offers stunning views of the Alaska Range, the second highest pass on the Alaska road system, as well as a few fun, quirky roadside lodges.
Looking for more 200K or longer brevets before the Fireweed 400? Check out the rest of the randonneuring schedule for all of our other rides HERE.