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Brody Leven Just Can’t Resist a Sufferfest

Brody Leven, Joey Schusler, and Kt Miller bikepacked and skied their way through cold, arctic Norway connnecting...

Posted by Goal Zero on Tuesday, January 24, 2017

After telling himself he would never do another "Pedal to Peaks" trip, (see the first trip here) Brody Leven found himself doing exactly that. But this time, instead of pedaling and skiing his way from Portland to Seattle he decided to go to the arctic. 

Leven teamed up with photographer Kt Miller and videographer Joey Schusler to bikepack and ski their way through Norway—connecting mountainous islands with underwater tunnels along the length of the Lofoten archipelago. "It was human-powered to the nth degree," Leven told me in an email. 

See the team push it to the end of their rope in Pedal To Peaks 2: Norway.

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