A great motorcycle road should contain as many of the following elements as possible: Curves, elevation changes, scenery, good pavement, as little traffic as possible, fuel, and food. Lucky for you, there are many roads in Ontario with all these features, such as Highway 35.
Highway 35 joins the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway (more commonly known as the 401, or “the Four-oh-one”) to the south and the Frank A. MacDougall Parkway (aka. Highway 60) to the north. Riding the 196 km length of it from bottom to top, you will encounter the Oak Ridges Moraine, forests, lakes, farm fields, and the Canadian Shield where you will leave the worries of the city behind.