Canada Motorcycle Roads and Trips


Oh Canada! Oh what a great country to explore on a motorcycle ... motorcycle roads & rides abound in this riders' paradise!! Canada is a country blessed with an abundance of scenic splendor covering the gamut of grandiose beauty - alpine mountains, lush forests, expansive plains, and picturesque coastlines. And, the country has an exceptionally vibrant and robust tourism atmosphere that welcomes motorcycle riders with open arms ... providing an unspoiled palette for you to create your own Canadian motorcycle trip adventures.




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June 24, 2015
This road does have great scenery but because of it's technical difficulty I don't often pay too much attention to it. There...
The road is fully paved, although it has a few years under it's belt. It's a two lane minor highway with a...
Cnty Rd. 507 runs south out of Gooderham ON. It can also be picked up at the south end off Hwy 36...
June 16, 2015
Enjoy this road in the spring, summer or fall but the hills afford some lake views.
Spectacular fall colors.
Road is chip n'seal but is decent and is usually clear of gravel by mid-may.
Elephant Lake Rd. twists itself around Baptiste Lake in the Haliburton Highlands. This 34 km stretch of road starts just East of...
March 16, 2015
Mountain highways sweep from small town to small town. You'll have a lot of roadside turnout to stop to take a break...
Being a mountain highway, you're going to have a few bumps in the road, but it's nothing that you'll remotely be concerned...
Leaving Hope, BC, Canada, not far east of Vancouver, head east on Highway 3 (Crownest Trail) to Osoyoos, BC, and I recommend...
March 6, 2015
Nice mountain (small-medium) view, the roads travel through thick forests and along countless bodies of water ... many different rivers & lakes!...
This is overall just an awesome twisty road!

Considering Québec's average, it's some of the best road condition. Beware of...
From Grand-Mère to Shawinigan, Province of Québec, through the park (long way around), park is north-west of Grand-Mère and Shawinigan.

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October 29, 2014
This route covers a very wooded area with a beautiful park at the end.
This road has a lot of sweeping curves and a few twisties toward the end. For the most part it is flat...
Just outside the town of Barry's Bay Ontario take Old Barrys Bay Road south until it meets up with route 62 (Combermere...
September 9, 2014
Nice old road along the St-Laurence River with nice places to stop and visit .
Pavement is good for this nice smooth and curvy road.
Between Saint-Jean Port joli and the city of Levis on the road 132 . From the Border , the road 173 or...
December 8, 2013
Back Roads and Back Woods, great stops along the way for wildlife. Good twists and turns along the way. Bring a camera....
Mostly a well paved road, the second half after Westport may have a few "rougher" spots and watch for gravel in corners...
From Kingston Ontario go north on Route 10 (Outer Division Street) to RT42, go west (left) and stop for a break in...
September 1, 2013
Route through forest cottage country. The ride is known for curves and twisties not the scenery.
Most of the road is in very good shape and recently paved. There are very small sections of sand. Be careful and...
Starts a bit north of Severn Bridge off Hwy 11. Known as Southwood Road or Muskoka Road 13. Ends at Torrance on...
September 1, 2013
You will ride along side beautiful Lake Muskoka, cottages and rivers!
Excellent roads. Be careful as some of cottage roads have blind hills/turns and pedestrian traffic.
Starts north of Bala, Ontario off Hwy 169. Route starts and runs east on Muskoka Road 26 (also known as Frank Miller...
September 1, 2013
Cottage Road known for curves, not scenery. Should be part of much longer ride.
Some nice curves, but care needed as pedestrian traffic is common.
Starts South of Bracebridge off Ecclestone Drive. Take Muskoka Beach road the whole way. Ends in Gravenhurst.
September 1, 2013
Some nice curves and nice views of beautiful lakes, cottages. Spectacular in Fall season.
This is cottage country. Occasionally there could be sand and pedestrians.
Starts in Rosseau, Ontario and ends in Port Carling.
June 17, 2013
NW Bay Rd. is a peaceful and quite stretch that snakes along rural farms and scattered residential properties. When you reach Parksville,...
The first thing to remember is Watch Out For Deer On Road! We have what I call an infestation of deer that...
From the north end of Nanaimo, head north on Hwy 19 to the end of Nanoose Bay. (Approx. 8 miles). Turn right...
March 15, 2013
It roughly follows the Rideau River and Canal, and has many historical sites along the way.There are many peaks and valleys through...
The road was resurfaced about 10 years ago and is mostly still in good condition. There are lots of corners and hills...
This route goes between Ottawa ON and Kingston ON. It roughly follows the Rideau River and Canal, and has many historical sites...
February 8, 2013
This route follows the North shore of Lake Ontario, hugging the river for the most part. The views and the green color...
Small 2 lane country road with many curves that hug the shore of Lake Ontario. The pavement is in good condition. It...
Start your trip in Kingston, Ontario. Head West on Highway 33 (Loyalist Parkway) to the end, in Glenora (50 km). Take the...
June 28, 2012
Amazing views as you descend into the valley. Once at the bottom there are roads you can turn off to ride through...
Freshly paved from a few km on either side of the valley, very nice road condition.
Go north from Regina on Hwy #6 all the way to the Qu'appelle Valley, continuing on the other side of the valley...
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Checkout Upcoming Motorcycle Events in Canada

2015-09-27 : 2015-09-27

The Distinguished Gentlemans Ride

Press Release The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride 2015 Giving the ‘Heave-Ho’ to prostate cancer, two glorious wheels at a time. Question: What do you get when you cross a disease that kills over 1,300 men a day and a classic motorcycle? Answer: The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride: A global custom motorcycle event that is giving the marching orders to prostate cancer. On Sunday September 27th 2015, more than 30,000 smartly-dressed gentlefolk in over 400 cities will straddle the saddles of their café racers, bobbers, scramblers and other marvellous custom motorcycles to raise awareness and help fund the cure for prostate cancer. In grand style, dapper gents and elegant ladies shall ride their steads spreading merriment and joy throughout their communities whilst raising awareness for men’s health. In 2013, over 11,000 participants in 145 cities around the world raised over $277,000 for prostate cancer research. In 2014, over 20,000 participants in 257 cities in 58 countries raised over $1.5 million (US) for prostate cancer research. Our fundraising goal for 2015 is $3 million (US). ‘Tell me more, sir!’ - About The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded in 2012 in Sydney Australia, inspired by a photo of Mad Men’s Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit. It was decided a themed ride would be a great way to combat the often-negative stereotype of men on motorcycles, whilst connecting niche motorcycle communities together. That first ride brought together over 2,500 riders across 64 cities. The success of the event encouraged the founder to consider how it could be used to support a worthy cause. And the rest, as they say, is eloquently attired history. Once again ‘Triumph Motorcycles’ one of the world’s most iconic and admired motorcycle manufacturers, has lent it’s support to The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, imbuing it’s esteemed heritage to the event and twisting the throttle to defeat prostate cancer. Mark the 27 th of September in your leather-bound diary. Join a ride, donate to the cause or just come and cheer along some of your community’s finest Gentlefolk as they give prostate cancer the mighty ‘Heave-Ho’. For more information, go to: https://www.gentlemansride.com Contact: Mark Hawwa Email: media@gentlemansride.com

     

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