Day one of the Iron Dog is wet and dirty affair…nobody said it was the easiest snowmobile race.
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
Exciting Iron Dog news and something you’ll want to see. We have a special media event scheduled for 12:00pm, January 7, 2015.
Join us for our Annual Holiday Open House at the Iron Dog headquarters in Anchorage. December 17, 2104 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
Iron Dog to be the first motorsport inductee to the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame in 2015.
News Release November 18, 2014 IRON DOG 2015 STARTING IN DOWNTOWN ANCHORAGE Iron Dog gathers approval for a series of new events in downtown Anchorage. Anchorage. After nearly four years of growing the event into something far more than a cross-country
Race Week 2015 Details on 2015 are very preliminary, but here’s a list of plans being considered. Race Week & Finish (February 18-28) Finish weekend has been scheduled for February 28, 2015 in downtown Fairbanks. We plan to use the Westmark Hotel again as our Official Hotel and HQ. Race Start (Dates TBD) The downtown Anchorage
by Harriett Hamilton Fenerty Wow what a night……I tried to sleep, couldn’t….. kept looking at the clock…..decided, if the racers aren’t sleeping, the wives aren’t sleeping, I should get up and pack and just listen for the pings!!!! The GPS page lit up like a “Blue Light Special” at the old K-Mart. Racers are separated by