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Ever heard of fatbikerafting? I hadn’t either, until I recently read about Andrew Badenoch. But if this former marketing pro-turned-Arctic explorer has anything to do with it, the tongue-twister-ish term – which basically means getting from Point A to B using a fatbike (the newest iteration of mountain bikes, featuring wider tires) and a packable raft – might one day be the preferred mode of transport for adventurers who prefer to leave as light a footprint as possible.
In about a month, Badenoch, who has called a boat home since 2008, will travel from Bellingham, Wa., through Canada up to the southern Arctic Ocean, through Alaska and back to Bellingham, connecting the land and water routes via fatbike, raft, and foot. He’ll log some 7,000 miles and cross seven rivers using zero fossil fuels during his expedition, which he estimates will take 6-8 months. Read more
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