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We'll we were able to avoid it this spring, but the road and trail construction finally caught up with us. With both Eagle River Road and a good portion of the Coastal Trail still under construction, we're out of options for re-routing our Eagle River 100K/200K brevets.  Don't fret though! We're still on for the Homer End-of-the-Road 100K/200K [...]

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Designing randonneuring courses that are new, exciting, and challenging is often a struggle in a region like Alaska with so few roads. It's tough to keep our courses fresh and the overlap between events to a minimum. That's part of the reason why our original 200K course, designed by past RBA Bob Voris, was put [...]

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The Bread & Water Populaire was a smash hit! 70 riders showed up to ride the big, beautiful loop around Anchorage. It was great seeing so many new faces on the ride. And even the weather cooperated. Looking for more populaires, or perhaps a 200K? Check out the rest of the rides on the Rando [...]

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This Saturday, May 22nd, come ride the Anchorage/Palmer/Anchorage 300K brevet. If you’ve ridden any one of our three 200K brevets so far this season, this ride is well within your reach, and can be very rewarding. Details for the ride have been posted on the website, along with the cue sheet for the course. Note [...]

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Chin’ an, Gu Ninyu.

“Thank you, you came here.” That’s the translation of the control clue found on the sign at Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church in the Native village of Eklutna, north of Anchorage. Nine riders set off early on Saturday morning from the south end of Potter Marsh for one of six 300 Km brevets offered this weekend [...]

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Now that the three 200K brevets have loosened the legs up a little, let’s turn it up a notch. This Saturday is the Anchorage/Palmer/Anchorage 300K brevet. This course is designed to really give riders the feeling of traveling from community to community, and living off the land while doing it. This ride will cover some [...]

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