An 16 km road from Nakusp up to the hot springs.
A fun couple of hours in and around Calgary, Alberta. Start and end at Foothills Medical Centre, uptown 17th (popular for motorcyclists), Inglewood, Ogden with minimal traffic lights, south to Quarry Park/Douglas Glen, east to Shepherd where the roads open up, and to Chestermere from the south (enjoy views of the lake), back to Calgary via International Avenue (17th SE), to Mission, Eau Claire, Kensington, and back to Foothills Medical Centre. A nice mix of seeing people enjoy the patios, minimal traffic lights in the SE, secondary highways, resort-like living spaces, and all kinds of shops and restaurants. No worries about fuel either!
Just mapped haven't ridden yet. will update.
Nice ride around Barrie, some fun turns, and ends in Alcona at the park/beach. Some city riding involved so watch for cops(especially on sunnidale rd). Roads are smooth most of the way. Enjoy.
Nicely paved, lots of fun turns. Watch out for animals and potential gravel in some spots. Also may be cops around so keep an eye out for that too.
Some highway to start, a bit of city riding followed by some country road.
Beautiful ride from Edmonton to The Last Chance Saloon, a known haunted hotel that is still operational in this 'Ghost Town'
Inspired by the removal of the Fraser Valley bridge crossing tolls, this ride was designed to cross all the major bridges in the lower mainland. You will traverse 14 bridges, journey through 1 tunnel and visit 12 different cities, all while catching some of the best scenes that the lower mainland has to offer.
moderate speed limits, lots of curves. places to fuel up and take a break.
Beautiful road, lots of curves. A casse croûte on the way.
OFF ROAD , Gravel
From Heyden going East to 25km is a good tarmac, after that another 80KM to HWY 129 is gravel or loose gravel over asphalt.
be extra vigilant !. Popular with Adventure bikes.
The Deer Trail Tour is a fun loop around Elliot Lake, through Blind River and Iron Bridge. Following river valleys, this route is twisty and has many hills. Although surface treated, there are a few rough roads which makes this loop more suited to the adventure touring type. The loop is 120 km (72 mi).
Nice turns, straights. Make the route slow first in the spring (sand on roads until cleaned from winter). Route is great in the summer. watch for cyclists.
Popular run with local riders often combined with the 357 and the 224 to create a return loops. Heading East the route offers great coastal scenery, good pavement, decent speed limits and interesting places to stop. A hidden gem of a restaurant Il Porto would be my recommendation for lunch but Henleys Pub is also popular in Sheet Harbour.