This is our second year sponsoring Jordan and Joshua, and coincidentally their second year racing in the Iron Dog. The Iron Dog is the world’s longest, toughest snowmachine race, with 2,031 rugged Alaska miles to cover and 37 team competing for the Iron Dog Cash Payouts, totaling $130,000 this year, and other contingency prizes.There will be a ceremonial start in downtown Anchorage this Saturday(2/21), and the official race start will be at Big Lake on Sunday (2/22).
Jordan moved to Alaska when he was 4. He’s a commercial fisherman in the summer in Bristol Bay. Jordan received his pilot’s license, and works as an A&P mechanic. He enjoys everything that Alaska has to offer, including flying, camping, snowmachining, hunting, fishing, and spending time with friends and family.
Joshua is a lifelong Alaskan from Eagle River. He is enrolled at the University of Alaska, Anchorage seeking a business degree, and works as an operator in the construction field. When Josh is not working he enjoys spending time with his friends and family, trips to the cabin, snowmachining, camping and traveling.
We wish Jordan and Joshua all the best in the 2015 Iron Dog Pro Class Race this weekend! Go Team #9!