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Les routes les plus mémorables des Hautes-terres en moto – Partie 1

Les routes les plus mémorables des Hautes-terres en moto – Partie 1

View in English Bien avant la mode des sacs de selle, les constructeurs de routes des hautes-terres de l’Ontario ont façonné des routes qui se taillent un chemin à travers les collines et mettent en valeur des panoramas à l’infini et d’innombrables petites villes coquettes. De nos jours, ces routes forment le paradis en moto; elles nous incitent à sillonner les chemins de cette région unique de l’Ontario pour connaître

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Ride the Highlands’ Most Memorable Roads – Part 1

Ride the Highlands’ Most Memorable Roads – Part 1

Voir en français Long before saddlebags were a thing, the road builders of Ontario’s Highlands created roads that carve through the land showcasing endless vistas and charming small towns. Today, these roads make a motorcyclist’s paradise; they make us want to ride through this unique part of Ontario and tune into their stories. Ride the Highlands is home to thousands of kilometres of uncrowded country roads and multiple preplanned single

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Best of Ride the Highlands

Best of Ride the Highlands

The 2018 riding season is almost upon us and we know you’re getting very excited to wake up your loyal steed from its long winter hibernation and let the rubber hit the pavement. This year we thought that rather than write a lengthy blog about the awesomeness of Ride the Highlands to get you excited, we would show you instead. A picture’s worth a thousand words, right? The following are

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Ride the Highlands Locals You Need to Meet – Part 1

Ride the Highlands Locals You Need to Meet – Part 1

We’ve all heard, “The greatest part of the journey is the people you meet along the way.” This rings true for anyone who’s had the opportunity to Ride the Highlands. Yes, Ontario’s Highlands’ topography is a rider’s dream but it’s the people that truly make this place so special. A location of early settlement, Ontario’s Highlands was once populated by an eclectic mix of ‘salt of the earth’ folks, who

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