For those planning on riding the Dalton in 2013, heed these warnings. 😉 featuring some Motoquest info as well as Adventure Cycleworks.
As the article says at least biker dies each year! We always carry a SPOT with extra insurance for that just in case air vac and extra fuel.
The 10 Dos and Don’ts of the Dalton
414 miles of frost-heaves, broken chip seal and grated dirt surfaces, the Dalton Highway has its challenges. On a good day, you can ride it wide open. On a bad day, you can go home in a helicopter. Continue reading “The 10 Dos and Don’ts of the Dalton”
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