2008 Canada, Northwest Territories - The Other End of the Road
The world all of a sudden gets clear and translucent and clean at 40 below. Only your own eyes are foggy with the exhaust of two Harley-Davidsons on the ice road, that on milder days as the Mackenzie River flows peacefully into Beaufort Bay. Up there, in Tuktoyaktuk, North West Territories, Canada.
The following parts are a shot at trying to bring home some of the
feelingS of riding two Harley-Davidsons IN 2008 over ice roads to one of the most northern points on the American continent that can be reached with ROADGOING vehicles. Without getting into a well known situation round here: ”Don’t get stuck in Tuk!“
Doing it can be a lot of things, but it isn’t half as dangerous as some people would like you to believe, given a certain amount of planning and preparation. And it wasn’t the first time, that W&W Cycles went out of everyones way to ride roads no one usually CARES TO CALL ROADS.