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Old 11-15-2008, 04:32 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by FotoTEX
I am amazed a rider would call the Alaska Highway as boring. Apparently you drove it with your eyes closed. Agreed, alot of it is is Canada, but over-all as a ride it is pretty nice in my book. The part in Canada is also some of the most beautiful but you know that already.
The road is mostly straight. Pretty, yes. But a "motorcycling road", no, at least, not in my books. We have more entertaining roads 20 minutes from where I live. As long as we're permitting roads in Canada, the Duffy Lake road between Lillooet and Pemberton is full-on fun on a dualsport bike. Without sufficient suspension travel it could be a nightmare.
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