Northern Ontario, Canada

Ontario is home to thousands of miles of the best riding in North America – twisty backroads running over mountains, down valleys, and carving though pristine forests, along lakes and rivers and between massive rock-cuts. Visit www.GoRideOntario.com for a complete set of riding resources – routes, maps, events, clubs, rentals and repair shop info – everything you need to know to plan your next epic ride.

The Honda Goldwing ready to explore!
Wings Over the County Saturday September 27th, 2014 Hillier Creek Estates Winery Prince Edward County, Ontario     Honda Canada and TSN’s Motorcycle Experience are throwing a birthday party at the end of the month and motorcycle fans are invited to come out and join in the celebration. This fall marks the official kick off to the 40th anniversary of the Honda Gold Wing here in Canada while the long running national TV motorcycle magazine…
On the hunt for good beer in Ontario
Ever wonder why so many motorcycle riders are also beer drinkers? Could it be that the curious spirit that drives the rider to continue on that extra mile, to see what's around the next bend is the same one that impels the brewmaster to tirelessly experiment with yet another another batch of brew? Sometimes you just have to know "Could this get any better?" And just when you think you've seen it all, something new…
Blue Sky, Blue Water, and Blue Mountains - Riding in Grey County, Ontario, Canada
Editors Note: For the last two riding seasons motocross legend Ron Keys has been touring around Ontario discovering some amazing roads and plenty of our history. On this trip Ron takes in the Elvis festival in Collingwood while exploring the roads of Ride Grey-Bruce. Earlier this season celebrity bloggers The Planet D also rode in this region; be sure to check out their story if you want to get another perspective on riding in this region. …
David Burbach of RoadRUNNER Magazine on Southwood Road, Explorers' Edge
Fall in Ontario is a magical time, and especially so for motorcycle riders. Not only are the colours around the province exploding with eye-popping yellows, blazing oranges and fiery reds, but for riders, all our other senses are lit up too. The smells of our forests in fall are nowhere more prevalent than inside a helmet. The cool breeze, sneaking around gloves and under collars, and the whispering sounds as that breeze brings down the…
Walking The Talk - Kimbits and KATtales for September 5th, 2014
“There are certain truths that occurs to us, which we cannot convey in words, but requires a personal experience to grasp more vividly.”  Michael Bassey Johnson You’ve seen it. I know you’ve seen it. Whether it’s been on facebook, as a motivational poster, or a sticker attached to someone’s helmet, the ‘For some, there’s therapy… For the rest of us, there’s motorcycles’ saying rings true for anyone who has been baptized by the wind. As…
Riding with the "INN" Crowd - Part One in a Series
No matter whether you are a brand spanking new beginner rider (Kat), a seasoned road warrior (Mike J) or even a group discovering Ontario, (Planet D), at the end of the day, we all have to hang up our helmets and gloves somewhere. We have in our travels, found that many of the B&B and Inn owners across the land, are actually bike enthusiasts as well.   Enter: Ryan Cole, the Innkeeper/Owner at Sir Sam's Inn…
The Right Stuff: Cold Weather Gear for Women
Living in Ontario can leave a girl in the cold, but if you're looking for affordable, stylish, and practical options to stay cozy, read on. Many motorcyclists will agree that one of the greatest pleasures of riding a motorcycle is the sensation of being a part of the landscape and experiencing the environment with all your primitive senses. [[You know when you’re passing a body of water even if you don’t see it because of…
Sideroad Surprises - KIMbits & KATtales for Friday, August 22nd, 2014
Editors Note: KAT has taken a step back in time, cataloging some of the oldest European cemeteries in Ontario. As a new rider, exploring things close to home is easily the best way to improve your skills while having a bit of fun. If you're looking for routes to quickly escape from your city or town, check out www.Escapethe400s.com. As always, KAT (aka KimberleeAnna) will be contributing to this site on a bi-weekly basis, and is…
Ride Lake Superior
   Bright and early on Wednesday July 30th, 4 of my good friends from Town Moto and I suited up and left Toronto behind on a 4000km journey to Winnipeg, Manitoba and back via the North Shore of Lake Superior. The bikes in our crew were 2 Triumph Bonneville’s, a Kawasaki WB650, a Triumph Scrambler and yours truly on a Moto Guzzi Griso 1200 SE courtesy of Corsa Meccanica. We had 8 days to complete…
Algonquin Park Route - Adventurizing a Classic
“I left your house this morning about a quarter after nineCoulda been the Willie Nelson coulda been the wineWhen I left your house this morningIt was a little after nineIt was in Bobcaygeon I saw the constellationsReveal themselves one star at a time” So what does the Tragically Hip have to do with our ride? Nothing; but since the first waypoint on my GPS was the same as the title of the song it seemed…
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