Travel in Anchorage, AK

January 16, 2019: Bartlett Sprint Individual
Where: Bartlett High School
Race and Venue Details
Freestyle 2 x 2 x 2 Relay, A, B, C Teams, 1 lap mass starts for D+ teams
Start times are tentative. If the course gets too crowded we’ll adjust the start times.
Start List & Start Times
Facilities
Teams will have access to the High School. Everyone is responsible for cleaning their area and please bring garbage bags. Please be respectful of other teams.
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Sunday, March 3, 2019
We’ve added a fat bike race for 2019, making the Tour of Anchorage the first Alaska ski marathon to include the increasingly popular activity of winter biking
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