Is it flippin June 30th yet? I cannot wait to get on the road!!! Work has sucked and recovery from my accident last October has been slow. But now I am ready for the trip and ready to roll. We started with 6 and are now down to 3. Two of us doing Key West to Prudhoe Bay and back to Key West. Only have 4 weeks plus 2 days off to do the whole thing, about 15,000 miles. We are shooting for the Ultimate Coast to Coast to Coast Insanity Challenge and log it in 30 days, but if we don't we don't. I left Homestead (130 miles from KW) on a Thursday back in 2011 and was back on Thursday 28 days later, so we might have a chance. Plan is to haul ass through the US and cross into Canada from the tip of Idaho. From there we run up through the Kootenays to Revelstoke, Golden, then down to Banff, Jasper, Kitwanga to the Cassiar to Watson Lake, up to Fairbanks for tires and service with Dan at Adventure Cycleworks. Then to Prudhoe Bay, down to Valdez, back to Tok, Chicken, Dawson City. Run up to at least Fort MacPherson on the Dempster, then head to Carmacks. Run the Campbell and if weather and time permits do a round trip run on South Canol road. Finish the Campbell down to Watson Lake and back to the Alcan. From there is pretty much make as good as time as we can making a line to home and KW. We are going to run through South Dakota and through Badlands, South Dakota is the only state I have not ever been to one way or another. All of which is subject to change because of delays, weather, or we just wanted to do something different when we got there, or were just to tired to push into a tougher road........its an adventure with a loose structure!!1 First 3-4 days and last 3-4 days will be high mileage days to have time to enjoy AK, YT, and the NWT. This is my second run up to Prudhoe Bay. In 2014 I tagged my 4th corner of the US and Canada, which was the third for my riding buddy. So Prudhoe Bay will be his fourth. We did not do it all at one time, separate trips to visit Key West, Prudhoe Bay AK, Saint Anthony Newfoundland and San Diego. I am on a 2007 GSA, my riding buddy is on a 2015 Super Tenere and third buddy is on a 2015 GSA. For those making their first trek my advice is: 1) Don't other think it 2) Be ready no matter what fate and mother nature throw at you, its an adventure, keep a good attitude and move on 3) Gather what you can from all the ride reports, but RIDE YOUR RIDE!!! 4) Listen to EVERYTHING that guys on here like, Fighter, The Dick, KHUDDY, AKTRACKS and especially ALCAN Rider say. They have lived and ride it daily and they are honest on their opinions and want you to be safe and enjoy. 5) RIDE YOUR RIDE and Listen to ALCAN Rider (Yes I repeated myself on purpose!!) 29 Fn' DTG!!!