DotWatcher Viewing Party - Safety to Nome

DotWatcher Viewing Party - Safety to Nome

14 February, 2022

DotWatcher brings the action to you! Powered by Albion, we will be showing Safety to Nome at Look Mum No Hands! Old Street, on the evening of Thursday 24th February, 3 days before the start of one of the most challenging events on the planet: The Iditarod Trail Invitational.


About the Event DotWatcher will be screening Safety to Nome, a film following 26 athletes along the 2017 edition of the Iditarod Trail Invitational, at Look Mum No Hands!, powered by Albion. Look Mum No Hands! will be open from 6pm on Thursday 24th February, with the film commencing at 6:30pm after a short discussion on extreme winter riding conditions by industry expert Graeme Raeburn, Albion's product designer. There will be Look Mum No Hands!'s usual delicious food and drink available throughout the film screening. There is also ample bike parking available outside, please bring an appropriate bike lock. The closest tube station is Old Street.

Iditarod-Trail-Race -78 Picture by RJ Sauer

About the Iditarod Trail Race The Iditarod Trail Invitational follows a 1000 mile sled-dog route from Knik Lake, near Anchorage, to Nome, or the 350 mile route which ends in McGrath. The race takes place on bike, foot and skis with competitors out in the extreme conditions that the Alaskan wilderness brings in winter for almost 20 days.

About Safety to Nome Safety to Nome follows 26 athletes as they embark on the perilous journey out of Anchorage for the 2017 edition of The Iditarod Trail Invitational. With few spots for shelter and temperatures reaching -40°F/C, expect the unexpected. Directors Kenton Gilchrist and Jonathan Hunwick, take us along for the journey with these intrepid competitors and give us a unique view of this extreme race.