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 caught many inexperienced riders unaware. Watch for wildlife in the valley and the cops that usually sit in the parking lot at the end of the road.
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 on you around a corner, so pay attention to road signs.
This road is a must if you're in the area. It runs along the edge, with rock walls on one side and the ocean on the other side. Every turn throws amazing scenery at you. Take it easy and enjoy the scenery. The last bit is a gravel track, but if you can make it to the top of track, there is an amazing view waiting for you (probably one the best views in Oman/UAE). Watch for slow moving or stopped vehicles, tourist love to stop randomly to take pics.
Tarmac in excellent quality, easy to get speed up. Smooth turns and elevation changes. Couple of tunnels, fun to rev up your bike, but watch for speed cameras. As you descent the mountain towards Kalba, coming off the crest, you're greeted with a lovely view of the ocean. This road is quite popular with bikers and sport car drivers in the area and can get quite busy on weekend mornings.
This curvy road runs through hills and wadis (dry river beds). Pavement is average, could get bumpy at times, but the curves and elevation changes make up for it. Be careful while crossing wadis as tarmac turns to concrete (sometimes mid-corner) which can have reduced traction and sometimes might have gravel. Watch for goats/donkeys crossing.
A delight for every motorcycle/sport car enthusiast. Road starts off with a few smooth bends to get warmed up and then the fun begins as you climb uphill. Combination of straights and twisties. Tarmac is smooth, with an occasional bump or two. Watch for fine sand on corners as it tends to accumulate on breezy days. Also watch for oncoming drivers as they sometimes tend to ignore the solid yellow line in the middle. At the top is a big parking lot with a café and nice views of the city. Take a breather and repeat lap going down.