USBR 8 follows the Alaska Hwy between Fairbanks and the Canada border.
USBR 108 connects USBR 8 in the north to USBR 97 in the south (near Anchorage).
USBR 208 travels the Haines Hwy between the Canada border and the port town of Haines. It connects to the Inland Passage ferry to Washington state.
USBR 87 travels the Klondike Hwy between the Canada border and the port town of Skagway. It connects to the Inland Passage ferry to Washington State.
USBR 95 follows the Richardson Hwy between Delta Junction (USBR 8) in the north and the port town of Valdez in the south. It connects to the ferry to Whittier, Alaska.
USBR 97 connects Fairbanks in the north (USBR 8) to the port town of Seward in the south, passing through Anchorage.
More information about biking in Alaska can be found on the Alaska DOT website.