Phil Freeman and his MotoQuest crew (in conjunction with House of Harley-Davidson in Anchorage), have announced a cool new option for touring riders looking to go a bit farther off the beaten path this summer -- the debut of an all paved motorcycle tour for Harley-Davidson riders among the scenic splendor of the 49th state. The trek comprises seven days of riding, and one free day to allow everyone to experience the best Alaska has to offer. Highlights include a ride past Mt McKinley and traveling along the Glenn and Seward Highways, two of the continent's Top Ten paved roads, by most accounts. And you'll be traveling Alaska's scenic roads with the people who know them pretty darn well - because they live there. It's an excellent opportunity to experience the glaciers, endless mountains and open roads of the last frontier.
MotoQuest began as Alaska Rider Tours in 1999, starting with three used dual sport motorcycles and an innovative founder with adventure on his mind. The company has flourished over the past 14 years and now operates tours in twenty-two countries, with rentals in four locations on the west coast and Alaska.
MotoQuest and House of Harley Anchorage have been working together for ten years to supply tourists and locals alike with needed accessories, bikes, and support to see Alaska to the fullest.