We join Ontario Tourism in recommending these Northeastern Ontario motorcycle routes:
The Georgian Bay Coastal Route came in at #7 on the Top 10 List. The 800km (500 mile) route takes a long weekend to complete, and will expose you to some of Ontario's most iconic scenery - the windswept pines, crystal blue waters and granite rockfaces of Georgian Bay.
We recommend a visit the village of Killarney, to see the reflective blue waters and enjoy Herbert's world famous fish & chips. We also recommend crossing over to Manitoulin Island for a relaxing change of pace. Get there by swing bridge, and MS Chi-cheemaun ferry (motorcylists always board first!).
Learn about the natural world at Science North/ Dynamic Earth in Sudbury, the haunted islands of Lake Nipissing on the Chief Commanda II in North Bay, and get up close and personal with moose, bison, and deer at Ceader Meadows in Timmins. Oh, and don't forget to visit Ganuk at the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat!
Expect 3 cultures, 2 provinces and one very memorable ride around Lake Temiskaming. Northeastern Ontario's wide open highways are nicely complemented by the curvier rolling hills of Quebec Highway 101. We recommend doubling this tour as a culinary escapade; there are several restaurants, bakeries and poutine-eries along the way.
Complete list of routes in Northeastern Ontario: Ride the North
Complete list of routes in the province: Routes.OntarioRides.ca.
Complete list of events: Events.OntarioRides.ca.
Ontario’s Motorcycle Trip Planner, with downloadable trip files for your GPS: www.GoTourOntario.ca