I can see doing the TLH on a KLR. Riding in Alaska as well - all the way to Prudhoe Bay or up to Inuvik on the Dempster Highway. However, while the ride from Fredericton to Saint Barbe to start the TLH adventure might be tolerable, I can't imagine the run from New Brunswick to Fairbanks on a KLR (8500 km one way). If I had one, I would certainly make use of it locally (and probably love it), but I think I need something else to do the longer distances to get to where I want to do at least some of my riding. Same applies to some of the routes I would like to do in the American Northwest.