Monday, November 12, 2007

Alaska by Motorcycle Books

Looking for your next motorcycle adventure? Here's a couple of books that will keep you entertained and provide all the information you need to start planning your ride up to wild and scenic Alaska.

Alaska by Motorcycle: How to Motorcycle To Alaska by Gregory Frazier is essential reading for anyone considering an Alaskan adventure by motorcycle. The knowledge and experience the author has gained on his many trips up north will help you avoid the mistakes that could make for expensive delays. The book covers topics such as which bikes are best for the trip and how to deal with bears.

The Milepost: Alaska. This book is updated annually so you can be sure to have all the latest information on the details you will need for an Alaskan adventure by motorcycle. Though not specific to motorcycle travel, this book contains tons of useful information such as mile-by-mile logs of the Alaska Highway, listings of accommodations, plus schedules and fares for ferry services.
Motorcycle and Scooter Talk at Kano's Coffee House

Coming Soon! Here's some of the posts coming up; find out "what kind of biker you really are", a "quick reference guide to the 2008 most economical motorcycles", and "winter motorcycle riding". Don't miss any of this, subscribe to Motorcycle and Scooter Talk and have it delivered on a reader or by e-mail and it's free.

Subscribe to Motorcycle and Scooter Talk at Kano's Coffee House



Amazon Book Links:
Alaska by Motorcycle: How to Motorcycle to Alaska
The Milepost 2007 (Milepost)

2 comments:

Heinz & Frenchie said...

Just saw the film "Into the Wild" so I don't think us Florida types are fit for Alaska. We'll stick to Alaskan Salmon! Great info though.

Kano said...

heinz & frenchie- I don't think I'll ride up to Alaska any time soon either. Been there done that, courtesy US Army - Arctic Warfare and Survival Training. But I do like to read about two wheeled adventures whether I'll ever take them or not.