moderate speed limits, lots of curves. places to fuel up and take a break.
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.
Brampton-Tobermory-Sudbury- Owen Sound- Brampton
An excellent long day ride. A must ride, especially in the fall.
Turns and solitude, this is as remote as it gets. You will find both gas and traffic in short supply. The only fuel guarantee is at the Hwy 144 turn off and in New Liskeard so this one requires a bit of planning.
Nice scenic ride through Aurora, Newmarket, Kettleby, East & West Gwillimbury.
This route is about as twisty as it gets for York Region.
It's probably one of the least appreciated routes in Northern Ontario, but it may also be the most spectacular.
One of the best roads in North Ontario, Algoma Region,
Heading to or from Chapleau up the twisty highway 129 provides bikers with curves to lean into as they experience the stunning landscape with mile high cliffs on one side of the road, this highway will not disappoint.
Through Niagara, Hamilton and Welland