Prudhoe Bay Hotel
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Deadhorse is an oil town. It sits at the top of the Dalton Highway which was built to get there for the oil dollar. The Trans-Alaskan Oil Pipeline runs from north to south Alaska and runs parallel for the entire length of the Dalton Highway. It proved to be a trusty friend along the journey.
Today, we'd drive from Coldfoot to Deadhorse which …
The ride to Prudhoe was great. We decided to do it in one day after talking to a Triumph street bike rider that did the same. It is 494 miles with a lot of dirt and gravel so I was originally skeptical. Most of the road work crews were off and the weather up to the second stop (Coldfoot) was perfect. I was thinking "this is a piece of cake". After …
Greetings everyone from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.............we made it and WOW what a ride. The day was one of my finest in a long while, great weather, great riding, great scenery............great fellowship, what can I say it was GREAT !!!
We started our day at the Artic Getaway with a great pancake and egg breakfast, it was wonderful and we …
Lou and Des had decided to ride to Prudhoe bay, which is about as far north as one can go in Alaska. Lynn and I had no wish to tempt fate and ride the gravel road all that distance, so we packed the boys a lunch and muffins and sent them on their way at 7am. It was a good day's ride, maybe two, depending on conditions, so, best …
Left Camp Coldfoot this morning around 9 am. Some sun and clouds. Lot of mosquito's. Left with Alan Reese and David, a good friend of his and younger by 26 years?
It was paved for a few miles to just past Wiseman. Then got some washboard road. We could only run 45 mph. Thought it was going to shake my teeth out of my head. Ended up standing on my pegs for a bit. Then the ...
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Been riding all day. The place to stay in Prudhoe
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