Be prepared. The right equipment for your bike would be fresh tires before you leave, cable/chain lube and a spares kit. Choosing the right gear means layers and protection from the elements. Multiply this by the remoteness of the journey and wear the best waterproof, windproof, abrasion resistant, breathable compounds you can afford. Bring a sense of humour along with your rain gear. It can get very warm and then very cold in the same day. If it rains heavily my advice is park it for a day and relax, discover your surroundings.
British Columbia speeding regulations: 30km over the posted speed limit will result in your vehicle being towed and impounded for seven days — as well has hefty fines...and fines double in construction zones.
Remember your Passport
The Alaska Highway spans northern British Columbia, Yukon, Canada, and Alaska, USA.
Official Road Reports BC Highway Conditions 1.900.565.4997 Costs: .7 cents per minute www.drivebc.ca
Road report from Wonowon, BC to Yukon Border 1.250.774.7447 www.drivebc.ca
Yukon Road Reports 1.877.456.7623 or 511 www.511.yukon.ca
Alaska Road Conditions 1.866.282.7577 or 511 511.alaska.gov