I got stopped in Alaska on route 1 a bit south of Tok going about 70 in what I thought was a 65. The cop, a really young guy no older than 26, was very friendly and asked if I knew how fast I was going. I said "sure, 70 mph", thinking I was well within reason on a 65mph road. He then asked if I knew it was 55mph on the road, which I honestly didn't. I looked startled, and said I must have missed the sign, and asked for how long it had been 55. "Oh, about the last 100 miles since just outside of Glenallen." Luckily, he was a nice guy, and gave me a ticket for 60 in a 55 and explained how to get the points taken off. As he was leaving, he told me that I should be careful because there was a big moose that had been hanging out right by the road up ahead aways, and he didn't want me to hit it. I spent the next 30 miles riding carefully, watching out for that moose, before I realized that he must be back chuckling in his squad car about the "moose" he warns out-of-state motorcyclists about to get them to slow down. (worst part about the whole thing, I had chatted briefly with a nice HD rider in Glenallen earlier that day who said to take it really easy on that road, because there were two state troopers who worked the exact stretch of road I got popped on. Shortly after trooper #1 stopped me, I saw his buddy Trooper #2, just like the HD gentleman had said).