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A Year of Snow Biking in Alaska

Jill Homer cycled to place most people never see. Courtesy of Jill Homer hide caption

Gallery: 6,572 Miles of Biking in Alaska
toggle caption Courtesy of Jill Homer

Jill Homer of Juneau, Alaska, is training to bike 350 miles in the February's Iditarod Trail Invitational — a human-powered version of the famous sled-dog race.

Taking time off to let a nagging knee injury heal, the snow cyclist tallied her miles for the year. She logged 6,572 miles in the saddle, and she sends the pictures to prove it.

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