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Why are we doing this?

Pourquoi faisons-nous ce parcours?

In late June I will be join 3 friends to cycle from Tuktoyuktuk on the Arctic Ocean, to Prince Rupert on the Pacific Ocean and then to

Day 2: Steward Crossing to Rock Island Lake – 85 KM

Day 2: Steward Crossing to Rock Island Lake – 85 KM

This short day is the result of the extra time in the schedule from not being able to enter the NWT. Another sunny day, but the wind was not as

Day 1: Dawson to Stewart Crossing – 172 KM

Day 1: Dawson to Stewart Crossing – 172 KM

When we started eating breakfast this morning in Dawson City, it was 6 degrees. Cool morning to a beautiful day. We did a quick stop off at the local Home

Sunday in Dawson

Sunday in Dawson

Our day started with a warm welcome from the folks at the Dawson Community Chapel. We enjoyed the service and the opportunity to do our first presentation about GAiN and

Arrival Dawson City

Arrival Dawson City

North out of Whitehorse took us through some beautiful country side on the Klondike Highway. This also took us over some significant areas of road construction. We arrived with very

Yukon

Yukon

We arrived in the Yukon today and headed northwest on the Alaska Highway. It was a beautiful day. Since we left Prince George, it’s been very green and thankfully no

New Friends on a Rough Road

New Friends on a Rough Road

Leaving Meziadin Junction this morning, we headed north on Hwy 37. The road was very rough in sections and will make for some challenging cycling conditions on our return trip.

Plan B

Plan B

With the continued closure of the NWT, we have changed our routing. The result is we have a few more days we can use to shorten long days of driving

Northward Bound/Decision Day

Northward Bound/Decision Day

Our overnight host, Esther and Tapio made us a wonderful breakfast and sent us on your way. Our first stop was a gas station. Filling the almost 200 litre gas

Launch Day

Launch Day

July 19, Launch… 7 am Monday morning friends, family, sponsors and local political leaders joined us for an official sendoff. It made this all seem so much more official. After a

Team Ride

Team Ride

Team Ride… Today our team of four had our first ride together. Since Timo and I live on the west coast and Rob and Gabe live in the Ottawa area

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