Shake the Shield Route – Daytrip
This route was developed to showcase some of the best riding and most extraordinary scenery in the region.
PLEASE NOTE: Road surfaces vary from asphalt, to packed tar & chip + seasonal conditions may change or road work may exist.
Algonquin Park – 3 hours & 40 minutes (estimated)
See the beauty of Algonquin Park while driving through breathtaking views and scenery. Don’t forget to fill up before you leave!
Through Boulter Hills – 2 Hours & 30 Minutes
Boulter is a hamlet in Eastern Ontario about 100 miles Northeast of Toronto and 100 miles Southwest of Ottawa. It’s situated in a large district in Ontario called Carlow Township.
Buckhorn – 2 Hours & 15 Minutes
Tour through the heart of the Kawarthas
Cambellford in Honour of Charles Indian Day – 4 Hours & 40 Minutes
“Iron Chief Charlie” Charles W. Mahoney’s “Charlie’s Indian Day” ride met at his shop (known as the Indian Motorcycle Museum) at 204 Grand Road, Campbellford from 1984-2008 on the first
weekend, in July annually.
Check out Chandos – 2 Hours & 5 Minutes
Chandos Lake is about 4280 acres in size and up to 157’ deep. It’s known for Lake Trout, Bass & Northern Pike.
Denbigh – 3 Hours & 20 Minutes
While you’re in the area visit Bon Echo Park. You’ll love the 100 metre high Mazinaw Rockfeaturing over 260 Indigenous pictographs
Greater Madawaska: EGANVILLE-ARNPRIOR-CALABOGIE – 4 Hours & 40 Minutes
In the neighborhood: A world-class facility. The longest track in Canada. (5.05 km, 20 turns, 40’ wide, 2000’ straightaway). Pro 6 Cycle Inc. is he exclusive motorcycle events provider at the park.
Loyalist Parkway: Bay of Quinte – Day Trip
The Parkway, Ontario County Rd 33, follows the north shore of Lake Ontario, providing views of the lake and islands offshore. Add some maritime excitement to your trip by catching the Glenora Ferry, which joins two parts of the mainland (Glenora & Adolphustown). Small farms and villages, set among mature trees, line the route. You will see many old buildings, historic markers, monuments and beautiful places to stop. The road is winding, not very hilly, and in good shape.
North West Loop – 1 Hour & 20 Minutes
A fun little ride that gets you familiar with Bancroft and surrounding area(s). Why not stop at the Eagles Nest Lookout Point, where you can see Bancroft with.. Eagle Eyes.
Pencil Lake: 4 Hours & 25 Minutes
Pencil Lake sits off Highway 507, north of Buckhorn, south of Gooderham, in the middle of the Haliburton Highlands. It is on southern edge of the Algonquin Dome, below the Algonquin Park boundary. It’s the feeder lake to the Trent Severn waterway, which drains into Lake Ontario.
South West Loop – 1 Hour & 0 Minutes
A short but fun ride, passing through a bridge on Baptiste Lake. Don’t forget to stop and do some fishing!
Three Hour Tour Route – 3 Hours & 10 Minutes
Departing from Bancroft, You’ll pass through Maynooth, Whitney, Killaloe, Brudenell, Combermere, Schutt, Hardwood Lake, and back again.
Western Loop – 1 Hour & 22 Minutes
A beautiful ride through Birds Creek, Wilberforce, Essonville, Tory Hill, Paudash and back again.
Please note that driving times are estimated, and not taking into account for construction, congestion, etc. Please allow ample time to get to your destination and back. These are suggested routes only.
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