500,000 Harley riders have joined the site, and more than ten thousand Harley members have certified their motorcycle driving license or verified their profile, photos, age, education and even income.
Larger signs of 900 mm (35 in) with 300 mm (12 in) legend and 25 mm (⅞ in) border are used on multi-lane expressways. The sign's distinctive design was developed and first used in the US, and later adopted by other countries and by the UN.
Regulatory provisions exist for extra-large 1,200 mm (47 in) signs with 400 mm (16 in) legend and 30 mm ( in) border for use where sign visibility or reaction distance are limited, and the smallest permissible stop sign size for general usage is 600 mm (24 in) with a 200 mm (7.9 in) legend and 15 mm (⅝ in) border. Despite this, the US is not a signatory to this UN Convention.
The Yukon is located in northwestern Canada, next to Alaska. Visiting this majestic wilderness isn’t a question—but how you want to explore it may be a slightly tougher decision.
Drive the Alaska Highway from British Columbia, take a ferry up the BC/Alaska Inside Passage, or fly direct on daily jet service to Whitehorse. With multiple trip options, you can make your Alaskan journey your own and ensure you return home with unique personal memories that will last a lifetime.