ice road truckers

It’s true — ‘Sexiest Trucker Alive’ did go to the Himalayas: ‘IRT: Dealiest Roads’ premieres

They were speaking truth over at Esquire mag when, as I wrote here in June, they noted that their annointed "Sexiest Trucker Alive," Ice Road Truckers star and Alaskan Dalton Highway hauler Lisa Kelly (pictured), was in the Himalayas filming a television show. It was announced today that the new History Channel series "IRT: Deadliest Roads," in which Kelly and other IRT notables -- Alex Deborgorski and Rick Yemm among them -- tackle "the world’s ...

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A dose of trucking humor, oddities and coverage in the media.

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Ice Road trucker to appear at GATS

Alex Debogorski will sign autographs in the Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions booth at The Great American Trucking Show Aug. 26-28.

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‘Sexiest trucker alive’ goes to the Himalayas; more from Alaska

According to an interview published at the website of Esquire magazine, Ice Road Truckers star and Alaskan Dalton Highway hauler Lisa Kelly (pictured; photo by Rick Gershon of the History Channel) is not only the “sexiest trucker alive.” What’s more, she was speaking w/ Esquire writer Erik Price on sat phone from the Himalayas in Southeast Asia. “I'm shooting for another trucking show. We're hauling cement, water... sheep one time — just anything we can find," ...

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Ice Road Truckers new season to premiere June 6

The fourth season of History’s “Ice Road Truckers” series will air its first episode Sunday, June 6 at 9 p.m. EDT, featuring returning drivers Hugh Rowland, Alex Debogorski, Lisa Kelly and Jack Jesse and two new drivers.

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The cross-border trucking program with Mexico, a driver screening Web site, the Illiana Expressway, IdleAire and truck-only toll lanes in Florida are among the issues featured.

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‘Ice Roads’ returns for fourth season

The History Channel’s “Ice Road Truckers” TV series will premiere its fourth season this spring.

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Trucker trades Haul Road for farm

“Everywhere you go, people recognize you,” says George Spears, one of the stars of "Ice Road Truckers."

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‘Ice Road Trucker’ comes home to thaw

When I rode with Alaskan Haul Road driver George Spears in the summer of 2006, he was planning to retire in the next year or so. However, he kept postponing the day. Then he was asked to stay for production of the third season of the History Channel's "Ice Road Truckers" during the 2008-2009 winter. It was the first time the show was done on the Dalton Highway, known as the Haul Road, between Fairbanks and ...

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Wild game cooking classes spawned by ice-roads coincidence

As Todd L. Disher quipped last week in the lead of his piece for Alaska's Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman newspaper about Carlile Transportation driving instructor Phil Kromm, "it’s only natural an episode of 'Ice Road Truckers' would spawn a series of culinary classes focused on gourmet wild game." Kromm, see, is an avid propane griller of wild caribou and other Alaskan delicacies, which he butchers and dresses himself. Kromm ended up, in his words, as a "secondary character" in the Ice Roads season ...

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