Beautiful road, lots of curves. A casse croûte on the way.
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.
Popular run with local riders often combined with the 357 and the 224 to create a return loops. Heading East the route offers great coastal scenery, good pavement, decent speed limits and interesting places to stop. A hidden gem of a restaurant Il Porto would be my recommendation for lunch but Henleys Pub is also popular in Sheet Harbour.
Brampton-Tobermory-Sudbury- Owen Sound- Brampton
Back roads from Matsqui to Fort Langley.
Route sinueuse, lacs et paysages montagneux, peu de corculation
Route sinueuse avec une merveilleuse vue sur la rivière saint-maurice
nice 25 min ride for a rocket or mellow!
Not too far from Fredericton.
Beautiful route, its all curves and hills. In fall it's amazing.
As of summer 2018, the pavement is good, theres a fair amount of bumps though, not sure how heavy cruiser would behave.
Be aware, this is about 80km no fuel or village along the road and be alert for animals on the road.
If you know this road an know viewpoint along or accessible from one of the many crossing logging road please share.
I believe one of the best route around Fredericton.
Beautiful view of the St-john river all along and the route serpentine with the river. There alot of place to stop/view along as the route goes through many villages.
If you're riding through NB, the 105 route is parallel to the transcanadian highway but it will be slower.
Had a terrific 8 day road trip with the wife in the throne of my 2015 Honda Goldwing. Calgary > Kamloops > Mt Vernon > Astoria > Portland x 2 > Yakima > Whitefish > Calgary. Used the Port Townsend Ferry. Spectacular views, roads generally excellent except the National Forrest 25 and 99 (Mount St Helens area) which had rough sections (35-50 km/hr at times) but I'd do that again. Willamette Valley wine region was nice. A couple nights in Portand to rest and enjoy was a good idea. Shout out to Spin Laundry Lounge in Portland for friendly unique experience. Mount St Helens well worth the time. Mount Rainier cloudy so check weather before going to visitor centre. Longest day 750 km; shortest day 300 km. Fire prevented Going to the Sun highway on last day so went through Eureka and AB 22 to get home. Happy to answer questions. JPS
A beautiful mountain road to give you the fill of corners and curves. You will be tired before the road ends.
The road drives along Fraser River from Lytton to Hope. Mighty river, High Mountains, Curving road with moderate traffic; what else can you wish for?
There are many places to stop and take pictures or just drink in the scene. Soul Food.
Close to the city this route has some spectacular views of the beach and some good curves with decent pavement for most of the run. Check out kite surfers and surfing rentals if you feel the need for a hypothermic fix
A nice mix of urban roads including a jaunt through historic Gastown. Great views of Burrard Inlet and Howe Sound along the way.