What’s crazier than trying to attempt to race from Washington to Alaska on a boat without a motor? Karl Kruger’s decision to enter the race on a stand up paddleboard. “It's like the Iditarod with a chance of drowning,” says Jake Beattie, one of the organizers of the R2AK, a bizarre race up the 750 miles of Alaska’s Inside Passage — with no motor and no support. First place wins $10,000. Second place gets a set of decent steak knives.
Hear Karl’s story, Over The Line, in @ducttapethenbeer bio.
Artwork: Walker Cahall (@waltronic)
So stoked! Yesterday we got to our hotels room and where greeted by a care package from @mazamadesigns They sent me two 3L dual reservoirs. They are amazing! Now I can have both water and electrolytes while paddling. Not to mention the level of quality of these. Can't wait to also try them while mountain biking and hiking. Thanks again for this treat! .
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