Iron Dog Race 2014
Big Lake, Alaska - The 2014 Iron Dog is the world’s longest and toughest snowmobile race. With temperatures dipping down as low as -50 degrees Fahrenheit, racers must conquer over 2,000 miles of some of the most remote and rugged areas of the Alaskan wilderness. The race is set to begin on February 16th.
With extreme conditions, racers must rely on gear that's up to the challenge. No wonder the majorities of racers competing in the Iron Dog Race use and trust KLIM. With KLIM's unique layering system and use of high strength fabrics, racers can keep their focus on winning instead of worrying about the elements.
IronDog.org makes it easy to follow along with your favorite riders as each snowmobile is tracked by GPS, allowing you to focus on the teams that matter most to you.
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