Biking the Iditarod Jill Homer, of Juneau, Alaska, is training to ride her bicycle in the Iditarod Trail Invitational — 350 miles of wintry pedaling over tough terrain. It's the same course used by the famous sledding race. She'll report regularly on her extreme training for the Feb. 24 event.

Wolf Versus Pug: Encounters with a Juneau Legend

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Secrets of an Antarctic Marathoner

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Alaska Woman Preps for 350 Miles of Winter Cycling

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