Hi folks, Non-rider wife and I are planning a bucket lister: Alaska in Summer 2020. Wondering about the wisdom (or lack thereof) of riding the Dalton Highway (Haul Road) two up. I cannot find any stories or posts of folks who've done it two-up although I am sure it's been done and probably many times. I understand that highway can be like pavement in dry weather, but can quickly get sloppy if wet. For safety reasons I would like to do this as part of a group but none of our friends are long-distance bikers so we will probably go by ourselves. Clearly there are a ton of variables that you cannot know like my skill level. I've been riding our GSA for 8 years and I'm a good rider. Yes, I realize 'good' quantifies nothing, but I also realize I'm probably not as good as I think I am, nor as good as I could be with more practice, so I tend to err on the side of caution, especially when riding with precious cargo. We ride a BMW R1200 GSA and usually run tires like Anakee Wilds or Heidenau K60s or something similar. She and I have logged many a mile together including some dirt/gravel roads, but never on dirt for such a long distance or in such a remote area. For those of you who have ridden it, especially if you've ridden it two-up, what should we expect, plan for, definitely do or don't do? Appreciate any insights.