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Discussion in 'Photos' started by RideDualSport.com, Sep 10, 2013.
I think I'm going to hang around up here in Pics, pics, pics for a while.
JoMomma is getting old.
Nice photos, all. Thank you for sharing.
I'm a lifelong Alaskan and my sig line has a number of ride reports with a lot of photos of AK and the Yukon for those interested.
Below is my KLR w/studs on the Seward Hwy south of Anchorage as seen in THIS article.
And this one is of me and the world renowned Snowzilla near my neighborhood. Warmest regards from way up north, Mark H.
I don't get how you can ride when it is so hot outside.
Guess I'll toss a couple of mine in here -
This photo kinda gives a perspective on the steep drop-off along that stretch of road in Denali Park.
Who says a Gold Wing isn't a dualsport?
The fall has always been my favorite time of year to go into the park.
It's a good time of year for traveling farther north, as well.
Of course, you can push the "fall" weather a little to far.
Yep. Fall is better when the snow is on the mountains and not on the road.
Nice thing about summer is that you can take photos at 2:00 AM.
Everyone knows Harley makes a dual sport bike, but this isn't one of them. But really, I had no trouble in AK on the Harley, this is about half way up the Dalton, sure I broke a few brackets and the such but what else would you expect for a 1000 lb dirtbike?
Good photo. And good going on getting the heavily-laden hog up there - better than most would even attempt.
But rather than being halfway up the Dalton, that is about Mile 24.5, with what is known as "25 Mile Corner" just ahead.
Nice photos... but definitely not Atigun Pass. The first two look like they may have been taken in Canada somewhere. The third one is facing north on the Cassiar Hwy near Good Hope Lake.
Sure would be nice to know where they were actually shot.
This looks like a lake between Whitehorse and Carcross on the way down to Skagway.
Agree - both of those first two. Possibly south of Carcross toward White Pass, but you're probably closer to hitting it correctly. There are some spots along the Cassiar that look like that, too. Sure would be nice to know. Pretty sure they're not from Alaska.