201 miles and 11,879 feet of climbing.
Black Betty once again saw me safely to the finish of
Perry Jewett's Gold Rush Gravel Grinder
18 hours and 45 minutes. Only Fat Bike in the field.
June 12, 2021
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Of grueling and unforgiving terrain.
Of wolf and bear tracks reminding you that you are not the king in this place.
Of unimaginable and humbling beauty.
Of unpredictable weather that tests even the most seasoned adventurer.
Of isolation and self reflection.
Of constantly fighting, reaching, crossing, and expanding both mental and physical limits.
1000 Miles...to Nome.
In 2019, Steve Cannon became the very first Iowan to finish the Iditarod Trail 1000-mile bike race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. And now, you can experience the journey for yourself in
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"If you live in our wonderful state of Iowa, the chances are that you have heard of Steve Cannon. His adventures have helped raise nearly a million dollars for those in the Cancer fight. He is our marathon man. His book, 40 Days, is an inspiring, at times funny, and at times heartbreaking read."
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and
Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, on '40 Days'
Truly inspiring. I love these documentaries! Steve has so much heart! Dave does amazing work.. makes me want to get out there and push! Anything is possible after seeing some of Steve’s adventures
Cale Kistler, on '1000 Miles to Nome'
Steve Cannon’s “40 Days” is more than just a gripping account of his remarkable journey around Lake Michigan on foot; it is a story of love, compassion, and loss and, finally, of the strength of the human spirit that allows all of us to accomplish great things, if only we believe we can.
Mountaineer, Adventure Racer,
Ultramarathon Runner and author of "Running on Empty"