Voir en français No really, these history lessons are worth pulling your steed over for. Most riders think of historical plaques as dull and boring and just crack the throttle as they cruise by. But we guarantee some of the stories you will learn at these sites will move you to your biker core. Riding through Ontario’s Highlands can sometimes feel like you’ve travelled back in time, literally. Being a
It’s been a long winter staring at your motorcycle, which has been put away for the season…waiting and waiting for the first signs of spring. There’s no better sight than when you notice the snow melting and the cheeky bare pavement starts to show. It teases you and starts to get you thinking about the season ahead. A few good April showers and the roads will be yours to ride.
We asked, and you voted for the best motorcycle road to Ride the Highlands. It was a close race, but ultimately Elephant Lake Road & Peterson Road came out on top. It doesn’t surprise us that Elephant Lake Road & Peterson Road was selected as the #1 road to Ride the Highlands. This 34 kilometer stretch of bend after bend of twisty goodness, makes riding anything but dull. “[Elephant Lake
Welcome to Ride the Highlands, a motorcycle destination handcrafted specifically for you – the rider with a love for the open road. Unique features have been created to help make your trip planning go smoothly and every operator listed on the website has been put through a special criteria to ensure they are motorcycle friendly. Let’s dive in and see what Ride the Highlands has to offer. Ontario’s Highlands’ unique