Nice winding road with lots of curves.
If it wasn't for the poor condition of the road, this road would've been
one of the best biking road in Ontario.
Road runs through woods, swamps and badlands.
Watch for potholes, gravel, cyclists and wildlife.
There is a railroad track that creeps up ...
This road is similar to 13/Southwood including the sand in the corners and some construction work in spots. The surface wasn't very good either as it seemed to be tar with some stone mix in;not like regular asphalt at all. This surface made it difficult for the tires to grab and they were extremely...
What a Great Ride ...Back woods country for the beginner ... snake road what can i say ... don't be a statistic.... Switch backs at 180 deg ... Lunch at the american in Waterdown Ontario..... Onto The lookout point at Rattle snake point out in 20 min no charge.... about a 160 K ish loop great time...
Start/Finish address 2020 Lakeshore Road (Beaver & Bulldog Pub)
is a good place to end your ride.
Nice outdoor patio overlooking Lake Ontario with good
food and plenty of cold suds.
There are many curves on this route and some
good places to stop along the way.
(Campbellville / Hock...
This is the average Sunday morning route for us. I hope that some of you find this route enjoyable. Hwy 50 is the center of the wine route so their is a lot of stops to be had if you like. Gas stations are around so you should be good, but if you start with a full tank of gas like any normal person ...
Starting in Kitchener near Sportsworld,
traveling north along the Grand River,
through Belwood, Grand Valley and Hockley Valley
to return to start point at Fionn MacCool's.
(Nice outdoor patio with plenty of cold suds to choose from,
including Steam Whistle and Erdinger.)
Few straight section, but most are to get you to the tree covered, winding road. Most of the pavement is very good, some sections of pavement on Cedar Spring, and Mineral Spring Rd. are cracked and poor, however the Posted limit is only 40 on Cedar Spring, and Mineral Spring Rd due tot he Hairpins ...
This is a loop with pretty good roads. Ravenscliff has some oil treated pavement but the surface is good. There are no gravel portions on this loop. Lots of corners and small hills to get your front tire off the ground if you chose. Enjoy!
A nice 2.5 hour run to the Millenium Dinner. Stop in to say hi to George and Amy to enjoy an amazing home cooked meal!! Open for Breakfast and Lunch. Some great straights, some good country twists, and elevated lake views
A scenic route starting at Harley Niagara through the country to the town of Queenston then along the Niagara Parkway taking you through Old Towne then back out along the lake to the canal and back to Harley
This route takes you from Dunnville, at Muddy the Catfish
http://www.dunnvillemudcat.com through Stromness with the
Feeder Canal running on your right side.
You ride past some of the many wind turbines in Haldimand county.
A nice trip along ...
Average route, but at least it's close to the city.
Follow Old Finch road over the cheese grater bridge
(Doesn't allow me to mark on the map but if you zoom in,
you'll see the little twisty section).
At Twyn Rivers Road, be careful on the
first left turn as it is a steep decline and has
Approx 1 hour, 15 min - 85 km Be sure to bring your camera on this ride, as it provides many breathtaking scenic views. Following around Kashagawigamog Lake shorelines and up through the narrow hills of the Eagle Lake. These roads are more on the rugged side, much like the terrain... A true beauty a...