I'm planning a trip to Alaska next summer, and I've read 40 or more accounts that other motorcyclists have written about their Alaska trips. A very few of these individuals have ventured onto the Robert Campbell Highway (Highway 4 between Watson Lane and Carmacks with Ross River halfway between), even fewer have dared to ride the Canol Road (Highway 6 between Johnsons Crossing and Ross River, and then further north between Ross River and the border of the NorthWest Territories). I've read only one account of someone taking a side trip off the Top of the World Highway at Jack Wade up north to Eagle. I would be hugely grateful if individuals who know anything about these three roads would provide information which would allow me to make an intelligent decision regarding whether I wish to ride these roads. I'll have a BMW F650GS Dakar. I don't want to ride a dirt road just to ride a dirt road, but I'd look forward to riding a dirt road if there was spectacular scenery or some other attraction and a motel at the other end! Once again, the roads in question are: Robert Campbell Highway in Yukon Canol Road in Yukon Road between Top of the World Highway and Eagle in Alaska Thanks in advance.