Video: Destination Nome Gear Check with Jay Petervary

Salsa sponsored athlete Jay Petervary has completed the first 350 miles of his 1000-mile journey to Nome in this year's Iditarod Trail Invitational ultra-endurance race.

Before the start, JayP took some time to share his Mukluk Ti and gear setup for the ride, sharing some of his tips and tricks from his many years of winter ultra experience. We hope there is some knowledge here that will benefit you as you pursue your own adventures, no matter how big or small.

Salsa Cycles - JayP Destination Nome Gear Check from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jay Petervary

"I do not train,” Jay Petervary says. “I ride my bike a lot because I love to!" Jay first discovered cycling post-college, but was immediately prepping for a 500km multi-sport event. He’s logged many races in 18 years, everything from cross-country mountain bike to a cross-the-country time trial. Nowadays he rides for adventure, the longer the better.

COMMENTS (7)

Poncho | March 4th, 2015

I need to mod a carry strap for times when my frame bag is on my bike. A bottom tube/bracket one.

Good luck, Jay.

Joe | March 4th, 2015

Who made that killer trunk bag?

Chach | March 4th, 2015

It is a killer bag. With three pockets on only one side I wonder if it was originally designed as a handle bar bag?

Joe | March 5th, 2015

Also the carry handle on the top tube is freaking brilliant

T-Race | March 12th, 2015

Joe, I believe it is a carousel designs bag, early days and was designed to be a handle bar bag Chach.

joe | March 13th, 2015

awesome. Thanks

JayC | December 11th, 2015

Is there anything you would do different next time JayP?

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