Ride the Highlands’ Most Memorable Roads – Part 2
We’ve been touting how the Ride the Highlands roads will make your sidewall sizzle for years. This summer is your chance to check them out for yourself. In this, our second edition of the Most Memorable Roads series, we’ll look at five roads that will make you thankful that you’re a rider. For further inspiration, read about more epic Highlands rides in Most Memorable Roads Part 1.
This iconic roadway which winds its way through Ontario’s best know Provincial Park is fantastic anytime, but especially vibrant during a fall ride.
Lean into the curves and enjoy the elevation changes as you drop south of Barry’s Bay through the Madawaska Valley.
The buck stops at the Buckhorn, one of the best-known roads for riders. The Buckhorn with the Glamorgan added to it and a stop at Flynn’s for some butter tarts and fritters is pure riding heaven.
This road’s ridiculous twisty fun factor is rated very high, making up for its low smooth factor. It’s an ole classic tar and chip rip, so grab onto the bars and enjoy the ride.
Earn your ‘get out of North America’s smallest jailhouse free card’ while enjoying this short little stretch of goodness. This road favors its long smooth lines and sweeping curves.