Tag Archives: Mike Curiak

Nice bikepacking video

Here is a nice video from Mike Curiak. Bikepacking and fly fishing seem to go well together.   Advertisements

Bikepacking canyon country, in Winter, on fatbikes

A nice post from Mike Curiak’s blog. Who says you can’t ride slickrock in Winter, or bikepack in Winter as well. These are the kinds of photos that really motivate you to get out there and explore, no matter the season or conditions. http://lacemine29.blogspot.com/2015/01/plan-d.html

Bontrager Jackalope TLR fat rims

Mike Curiak has some pretty nice things to say about the new Bontrager fat rims. Check it out on his blog: http://lacemine29.blogspot.com/2014/11/bontrager-is-winning.html

Custom Titanium Fat Bike

Mike Curiak has the coolest bikes, really. Remember that awesome titanium Moots that he sold awhile back? Well, I guess he had to have another fat bike, but of course a run of the mill, off the rack bike doesn’t cut it for a bike wizard like Curiak. This one’s another beauty. Check it out. […]

Mike Curiak’s 2013 Iditatour—Continued

After completing the first 350 miles of the Iditarod Trail to McGrath with two friends, Curiak continued on alone all the way to Nome, a total of over 1,000 miles. This was a leisurely tour for him, meaning he stopped whenever he felt like it and basically took his time. This report is in several […]

1,100 Miles by Fatbike

A repost by the Professor. If you can’t ride, then you do the next best thing—read about riding. Or in this case, watch videos about riding. This three video series is about Mike Curiak’s unsupported 1,100 mile ride along the Iditarod Trail from Knik to Nome, Alaska. Usually one will stop at the various villages […]

Fatbiking in Western Colorado

A repost by the Professor. Mike Curiak is a legendary endurance cyclist. He’s also an excellent photographer, writer, and wheel builder. He’s done some pretty amazing stuff, like winning the first 1,100 mile bike race on the Iditarod Trail, and started the Great Divide race as a time trial back in 2003. He later did […]