Trek Advocate Series: Heather Campfield / Fat Biking Alaska
Producer: Jeff Kennel/Emily Bremmer
Video: Jeff Kennel
Drone Footage: Jeff Kennel
Editing: Neal Fagan
From Video Work
Getting ready to ride at night on some groomed cross country ski trails.
Fat Biking on cross country ski trails at night.
Heather Campfield shares her secret for keeping warm in the sub-zero temperatures
Battery heated socks and clipless riding boots are essential for the 12 hour ride.
The group plans their descent.
The sun rises over the group of women fat bikers as they make their way towards Knik Glacier.
The riders cast long shadows over the snow.
The cold is a rare brutal beauty.
From Studio and Lifestyle
The river freezes in winter giving fat bikers access to the Knik Glacier.
Heather Campfield on her Trek Farley.
Moose, or Swamp Donkeys as they are called by locals, are a common sight.
The Knik Glacier
The group makes it 20 miles in to the glacier, now only 20 miles to go to get back before it gets dark.