The AEA’s Denali Classic was an amazing experience. We made a bunch of new friends and are grateful to Carlos and the gang for letting the Alaska Randonneurs offer a brevet option for their ride. The Denali Highway is a magical 135-mile gravel road paralleling the Alaska Range between the communities of Cantwell on the [...]
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If you’re joining us (AEA and the AK Randonneurs) up on the Denali Highway over Memorial Day weekend, you’re urged to add the following to your kit: 1) Bear spray 2) Water filter 3) Camelback This is a very remote ride (no cellphone service), checkpoints (contrôles) are far apart, and the weather outlook is telling [...]
If you don’t think randonneuring in the United States is taking off, then you I guess you didn’t know that there has already been 68 brevets, so far just this month of May, ranging from 200K to 600K, all across this Nation. Check out the photos from the Oregon 600K. Or what about the San [...]
The month of May typically brings very stable weather across Southcentral Alaska. If you’re at all familiar with the writings of author David Roberts, and his seminal mountaineering book Deborah: A Wilderness Narrative, you’ll stand an excellent chance of seeing Deborah on our newly approved, May 29th, Denali Highway 300K brevet (a 200K is in [...]