Those roads have been featured on Ice Road Truckers and are usually run in the winter. Both can be done in summer provided there isn't too much rain to turn them into muck. I'm pretty sure the only reason the adventure touring crowd do them is so they can say they did. Very remote and fairly straight and boring. Apparently so is Route 40 in South America but that doesn't seem to matter as much as being able to check it off a bucket list. I guess if I had the time and money I would do the same. If I could, I would try it on the Fury just because people would say you couldn't and I'm stubborn that way!🤣 If Charlie Wiesel can do the Road of Bones in Siberia on a Harley chopper, someone should try this stuff on a Fury!!I think you're good on fuel, but you may not have enough carabiners to make the journey
Not sure I'd want to run the Dalton or Dempster on a Fury... aren't those major trucking routes used primarily in the winter?
After riding every state west of Texas from Mexico to Canada, I decided to go North and have made it to the start of the Dalton outside of Fairbanks, AK, the start of the Dempster in Dawson City, YK, Yellow Knife in the North West Territories, Fort Mackay in Alberta, La Roche and La Ronge in Saskatchewan, Flin Flon and Thompson in Manitoba and hope to cross Canada and do the Trans Labrador highway this summer.
As I approach the big 60, my window on these trips is getting smaller so I have to do them before I can't!