Dean Burke commissioned this incredible custom from Joe Bark based on the needs of a specific race and and his love for late 70s, early 80s nostalgia
After 750 miles, Karl Kruger arrived in Ketchikan, Alaska last night, becoming the first standup paddler to complete the Race to Alaska
In just a few short weeks, five standup paddlers will line up at the start of the Race to Alaska. Self-identified Gen Xer Dean Burke is one of them. But for him, it's all about the journey, not the destination.
When a decision to go ahead and go changes everything...
It looks like a Ferrari in person. Damn near intimidating. She's fast just sitting still.