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My 2016 Alaska Trip

I figured i'd post a little bit about my solo Alaska trip i just got back from on my 2011 RT.

here is the route i rode



17 days - almost 9300 miles

Day 1 - Auburn Hills to Tomah Wi

Here is the bike all loaded up - i did camp about 75% of the trip



not much going on or to see on the first day...

Day 2 - Tomah to Saskatoon -Saskatchewan the ride was again pretty boring.. canola oil plants and finally a border crossing.. a little over 1000 miles. The canola plants smell horrible to me.

Day 3 - Saskatoon to Dawson creek



Again not much going on, i did see a wolf though..

Day 4 - Dawson Creek to Muncho Lake
finally on the Alcan!!


I seen quite a bit of black bear, to the point i stop stopping to take pictures of em..


Muncho lake BC - simply amazing beautiful!!! this is my first night of camping (which i haven't done in 25 years) so there was that learning curve, especially with not having power or cell phone service.



Day 5 - Muncho lake to Whitehorse Yukon territory

Finally into Yukon


I stopped at Watson lake to check out the sign forest - this place is amazing with all the signs


the alacan was a wildlife bonanza on this stretch, so many bison.


so far the alacan was pretty descent shape, which changed once i got a little west of rancheria yukon. mostly construction - long stretches of loose gravel.



Day 6 - Whitehorse to Tok Alaska
finally in Alaska.. seeing the Alaska sign finally in person put a huge smile on my face (may not show in picture thought haha)


once in TOk - i stayed at Thompson motorcycle campground - a must stay place for bikers camping. you can do oil changes, tires changes in the little area she has set up.


it was nice to chill and have a beer after a long day. Note: up til today i only saw 2 rt's that i noticed and ended up camping next to one - a local from Kodiak island. GS's def rule the alacan.



and deff check out jen's thai Place- best pad thai ive ever had to date.


Day 7 - Tok to Seward

20 miles into the ride - i finally get to see a moose, one of about 7 ill see on the whole trip - the last time i seen one this close i hit on my yamaha roadstar.... not a fun time


seward - the brewery had OK food and good beer


Day 8 - Seward to Whittier to Valdez via the ferry

pulling up the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel (longest tunnel in north america - 2.5 miles) - the attendant was must of used the words if you crash 4-5 times.. kinda was like geeze is it really bad lol

here is a video of the ride

and finally making it thru - the place is small with a population under a 300 i believe and super windy....



finally getting on the ferry and all strapped down - note make sure you bring your own tie downs.. i didn't know i needed them and the little hardware store sells em for a messily 10 bucks each... ouchy..



the ferry ride was nice, they have a little restaurant on board. plenty of views. seen a few killer whales, dolphins and sea lions.

Day 9 - Valdez AK to Glacier View AK (staying here 2 days)

ill add a video of Keystone Canyon ride in a bit

i did have time to check out a glacier and walk on it


Day 10 - Glacier View to Anchorage and back for a fight seeing touring around mt McKinley - i used sound aviation for the tour and the owners/pilot where great and i can say enough how much fun i had. im afraid to fly (hence the bike trips everywhere) but he made it like i was in a car.


Day 11 - Glacier View up to Fairbanks for lunch then to down Tok

Mandatory stop at north pole to see if i was on naughty list..


i had lunch at bigdaddys bbq in fiarbanks- damn good!!!

Day 12 - Tok to Whitehorse

All the dirt roads finally caught up to me... thankfully ride on sealant plugged most of it i put 2 plugs in it to make sure. i had pre-ordered a rear pr4gt at motorrad just south of Calgary. So i needed this to last til then, which it did thankfully. i would lose about 4-5lbs of air a day.





Day 13 - Whitehorse to Dawson creek

the Original plan was to stay at muncho lake again but i decided to skip it and make a long day riding, it went fast. I bet i averaged 120kmh that day. Most of the lose stuff i had ridden thru on the way to Alaska was packed down on my return trip

you will see lots of views like this around that area





Day 14 - Dawson creek to Jasper/ Banff national park then to Calgary

jasper/banff national park had to have been the most scenic part of this whole trip.

seen some elk shortly being in the park



the water is almost fake looking in real life


Day 15 - Calgary to Billings MT

i stopped in motorrad in turner valley AB to get my rear tire swapped out. These guys were quick and professional, high recommended!



as soon as they finished, mother nature decided to hail on us a bit....they wheeled in 3 bikes and it had already accumulated that quick.. after 1.5 hours the roads were clear to go on


Day 16 - billings to red lodge mt to wall SD

i took a ride to red lodge mt to visit a friend and check out the beartooth bike rally event.



Day 17 - Wall SD to St Clair Shores Mi - THE LONG RIDE HOME...1155 MILES about 17.5 hours due to Wisconsin dell traffic.. should have been about 16ish

ill add some riding videos later once i comb thru them some more.

few things i realized during this trip

1. the RT made this trip much more easier and comfy compared to Previous Harley

2. the RT eats rear pads lol

3. camping isn't bad and will do more bike trips with a tent vs hotel camping.

4. having good riding gear (klim) made weather almost irrelevant. i did get a little toasty in the 90deg days coming home.

gps screen shot of total trip

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Awesome!! I just took my LT to Ontario for a few days to ride the Grand Algoma Loop. Nothing like your massive adventure. I didn't even see a moose. Canada is really beautiful.
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Looks like a fantastic trip and I am sure will always remember it.

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Awesome trip!! Thanks for sharing.
We just did a loop to the Grand Canyon, Zion National, Bryce and South Shore Tahoe then home on our 2005 R1150RT. Your right they are very easy to tour on...had a great time...not near your trip.



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Fantastic! Thanks for the write-up! It seem that you also ride solo?

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Fantastic! Thanks for the write-up! It seem that you also ride solo?
Yes I like riding alone. Kinda let's me have my own schedule.

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Yes I like riding alone. Kinda let's me have my own schedule.

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That makes at least two of us! I also prefers to ride solo so that I can loiter as long as I like, where I like, or simply keeps riding to suit my moods and desires.
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That makes at least two of us! I also prefers to ride solo so that I can loiter as long as I like, where I like, or simply keeps riding to suit my moods and desires.
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here is the video of the keystone canyon ride

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Great report on a very long ride w/ lots of great scenery and wildlife which I"ve grown to fear quite well now

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Excellent write-up, slothy! Thanks for sharing.

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Nice write up, slothy! I got back home from a tour of some of the same territory in late June and, if I didn't still have a certain "souvenir" rock in my possession, I would swear that the same one flattened your PR4. Same rock shape, same location on the left side of the tire in one of those little circular sipes. Unbelievable! My flat occurred in those long construction areas near Beaver Creek. Yours?

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Awesome write up. I have been considering sort of the same trip, but was a little concerned about taking the 2014 RT. You have blown that concern away!

I noticed you started from Auburn Hills - I live in Troy and work in Auburn Hills.

Would really like to have lunch sometime and pick you brain about routes and things to watch out for on the trip.

Let me know.

Thanks again.

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Awesome write up. I have been considering sort of the same trip, but was a little concerned about taking the 2014 RT. You have blown that concern away!

I noticed you started from Auburn Hills - I live in Troy and work in Auburn Hills.

Would really like to have lunch sometime and pick you brain about routes and things to watch out for on the trip.

Let me know.

Thanks again.
ya i work at emc2 - auburn and updyke. not sure ill have time this week, but next we can meet up. ill pm you my cell


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Nice write up, slothy! I got back home from a tour of some of the same territory in late June and, if I didn't still have a certain "souvenir" rock in my possession, I would swear that the same one flattened your PR4. Same rock shape, same location on the left side of the tire in one of those little circular sipes. Unbelievable! My flat occurred in those long construction areas near Beaver Creek. Yours?

i actually saved the rock lol - memento from the trip

ill just blame you for throwing it back in the road and me picking it up ahaha - kidding

yes!! same spot - beaver creek to whitehorse. i was stopped at one of the wait for a pilot car signs. A goldwing pulled up, so i got off the bike to bs with them while we waited. Thats when i heard the psssssssssssssssh..

the ride-on sealant plugged most of it, but i ran plug in it also just to make sure. i would lose some air over night. last me the 1600 miles to Calgary to get a new tire i had ordered and waiting for me.


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you can do oil changes, tires changes in the little area she has set up.
Amazing trip Slothy. I'm puzzled when I read this not only in your thread but other references to it: how the heck can you change a tire in a campground or on the roadside? First, are you strapping a new tire on the back of your bike to get it there? Next, don't they need balanced? Next, tire irons to get the tire off and on? I know it's done, I just don't know how!

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Amazing trip Slothy. I'm puzzled when I read this not only in your thread but other references to it: how the heck can you change a tire in a campground or on the roadside? First, are you strapping a new tire on the back of your bike to get it there? Next, don't they need balanced? Next, tire irons to get the tire off and on? I know it's done, I just don't know how!

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i had ordered a tire before i left for my trip and had it waiting for me at motorrad in turner valley. i calculated the mileage out and figured that would be a good time to change out a tire (around 7000 miles) around that area. As for changing it at the campground - You can have the tire(s) shipped up there and Vanessa will label and hold it for you. She has a manual tire machine there in the workshop for you to use.

i just had my front changed this week i bought a new tpms sensor for it. the wheel didn't need any weight to balance, but i run ride on sealant which self balances/seals anyway.

i did see a few GS with tires hanging off their sidecases.



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Excellent trip and write up. Now, if you had only done it on an LT

The video of that tunnel was really cool. Thanks for letting us come along on some of it.
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Great write up.
I'm jealous. I wish I could leave for a 17 days ride
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Thank you for sharing.

Great stuff for sure.

I have been seen many Moose up in Main and some of my White Mountain and New England runs. Thing is when people hit a Moose they are decapitated. At least that is what all the home town people tell us when we are in Moose country. They say because they are so tall that you are under them before you know it and all the mass of their body is up high. I know I do not want to find out.

The Bison are another scary big animal not to be trusted at all. I was in Needles Park and they had shut down the road crossing and grazing. There was a white Honda Accord and this Bison had it's head on the hood, standing directly in front and was just slamming it down on the hood of the car, it demolished it. And all the while here we sit on a motorcycle with them 5 feet or so on each side. They could have knocked us over and trampled us with no issue.

At any rate thank you again for sharing and maybe someday I will make that ride also. I would love to walk on a glacier.
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The Bison are another scary big animal not to be trusted at all. I was in Needles Park and they had shut down the road crossing and grazing. There was a white Honda Accord and this Bison had it's head on the hood, standing directly in front and was just slamming it down on the hood of the car, it demolished it. And all the while here we sit on a motorcycle with them 5 feet or so on each side. They could have knocked us over and trampled us with no issue...
When I was riding thru Yellowstone a month ago there were a bunch of Bison crossing the road and of course everyone had stopped to take pictures etc. I saw this well up ahead maybe 200 feet, and I just pulled over to avoid what you are talking about to let them pass and so let some cars pass me by. At one point one of them sudden charged another Bison and you could get a sense the power of that charge. No way I wanted to get near them

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bison from my yellowstone trip a few years ago

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