The Iron Dog Board of Directors has approved an increase in the first place cash prize.
Iron Dog has donated $118,000 to Alaska charities since 2011.
The 2015 Race Guide is available across Alaska. Get your copy today!
The Anchorage Snowmobile Club and Iron Dog invite you to the Alaska Snowmobile Summit on February 20th.
Iron Dog has for the first time in its history, exceeded a quarter of a million dollars in total available purse and prizes.
Iron Dog special on NBC Sports Network ANCHORAGE, AK– For the first time ever, the Iron Dog Snowmobile Race will be featured in a one-hour documentary for a national audience, airing on NBC Sports Network in late March. The Iron Dog, billed as the “world’s longest, toughest snowmobile race,” is a 2,000 mile sprint across
Watch the LIVE stream from Anchorage Anchorage, AK, January 7, 2015 – BRP and the 32nd Iron Dog race committee introduced today the 2015 Ski-Doo MXZ Iron Dog sled, inspired by and named after the iconic event. The early release snowmobile is aimed at rough trail enthusiasts and features many items used on Iron Dog
Scott Davis has announced that he will be racing again this year in hopes of becoming the first and only racer to hold eight championships.
Exciting Iron Dog news and something you’ll want to see. We have a special media event scheduled for 12:00pm, January 7, 2015.
The Alaska Army National Guard recruiters visited students at the Anchorage School Districts’ King Career Center, Dec. 12, in support of Iron Dog’s student exchange program.