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The Arctic Cam gives the real-time view from the second floor of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner building in Fairbanks, Alaska.The camera is looking south toward the Chena River and downtown Fairbanks.24-year-old Ian Andersen started his journey in Prudhoe Bay on August 24th.He says he was averaging around 70 miles a day on the gravel of the Dalton Highway, increased that to around 80-90 miles a day from Fairbanks to Haines and hopes to be riding more than 100 miles a day on the pavement of the lower 48. Between Haines Junction and Haines, the highway that hosts the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay Race every year.Andersen explained he’s already benefitted from his uncle’s advice.“You know when you’re riding your knees, your feet and your hands just get so cold because those are the parts of your body that are pressed up against the fabric.He’s making the trip with some good intelligence though.His uncle Bret Andersen, rode along the same route in 1986.

He also may rely on boat transportation across the Gulf of California and Andersen said a boat is also one option for crossing the Darien Gap between Panama and Columbia.The church on the left is Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, which dates to the founding of Fairbanks. The church is on the National Registry of Historic Sites.The building on the right is the Big International (Big I) Bar. He’s doing the ride with his best friend and USC classmate Natalie Fung in mind.On September 21, 2013 Fung was paralyzed in a car accident in Las Vegas. “It was really late in the morning and she was hit by a drunk driver in a big truck and actually paralyzed from the chest down.

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