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A rootin, tootin Harley ridin larrakin with a big sense of hoomeros
A rootin, tootin Harley ridin larrakin with a big sense of hoomeros

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Some days the everything just clicks. The roads, the scenery, the bike and your head coming together as one. Today was one of those days for me. After a good night’s sleep at the Tangle River Inn a hearty breakfast was followed by the ride brief. The wind…
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After breakfast we were a bit slow getting away. Checking the bikes over revealed a number of things that needed repairing, missing bolts that needed replacing and in one case a bike was retired to the trailer and the spare used. A fitting testimony on…
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After a reasonable sleep it was time to fill up on the all you can eat breakfast buffet at Coldfoot Camp and pack the bikes.  With Deadhorse and Coldfoot out of the way Rob and I felt we were well and truly on our way home. The route back to Anchorage…
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Once you make it to Deadhorse there’s only really one thing you can do other than leave. Visit the Arctic Ocean on the top of the world (according to Trumpsters that is). Deadhorse is the town, Prudhoe Bay is a huge oilfield, so to get to the water you…
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I’ve always wanted a proper sportsbike but never really fitted on one so other than my little CBR125R and the CBR250R I bought to do some challenging Iron Butt stuff I never really thought I’d own anything that resembled one. Being 6’5″ (195cm) usually…
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The route sheet provided by Dan the awesome Motoquest Ride Guide attests to the remoteness we would experience on today’s 239 mile (384k) ride to Deadhorse Alaska. Quote ” Coldfoot to Galbraith Lake Rest Stop MM354.6 (Lunch and Gas) 96.7 Miles Gailbraith…
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It rained for a while early in the morning as we prepared to leave Pikes Lodge in Fairbanks. After the huge meal last night I decided to have some oats. I learned a quick way to save money, cereal only from the buffet is $4.00 and it’s not advertised. Add…
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I’d seen Ice Road Truckers a few times and while the show might not be scintillating viewing the remoteness and place names like Fairbanks, Coldfoot, Deadhorse and Atigun Pass have been tugging at the Adventure Rider in me for a while. I ran the…
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After a really good night’s sleep Rob and I  were keen to try the Dungeness Crab Omelette that we’d seen on the breakfast menu at the Hotel Seward’s restaurant. Sadly it was a little underwhelming, but that may have been because they had recently lost a…
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