Free Bicycle Guide with 50+ Cycling Itineraries | Ontario By Bike View ENGLISH Guide Online HERE View FRENCH Guide Online HERE Cycling in Ontario / Le velo en Ontario is an annual guide full of ideas and information to inspire you to explore more of Ontario by bike. Available in both English and French, the 2019 guide is 40 pages, 8.5"x11", full colour.To receive a print copy, email request and mailing address to: firstname.lastname@example.orgOr visit the Ontario Cycle Tourism Information Centre at…
Cycling | Frontenac Arch Biosphere
Exploring from the seat of a bicycle is an ideal way and pace to experience the diversity of the landscape and communities. Roads here, particularly the roads less travelled, twist and turn, with hills and valleys, bordering fields and wending through shady woodlands. No grid-patterns of roads here! Road builders followed the lay of the land, where granite ridges and lakes, wetlands and streams shaped the pattern of highways and byways.
Bike from our parking lot anytime you feel like it!
Everyone is Welcome! The Bonnechere Caves parking lot is right in the middle of some of the safest most scenic road biking in the Ottawa Valley. Talk with our staff at the ticket kiosk about routes between 10k and 100+k. Routes will take you through the townships of North Algona-Wilberforce, Adamaston-Bromley and Bonnechere Valley.
Cycle and Stay Networks
Enjoy Bicycle Friendly Accommodations | Ontario By Bike Ontario has several Cycle and Stay networks, where a number of accommodation providers work together to offer services and amenities specifically for cyclists. The resources and services they offer aim to make a cycling trip to their regions more convenient and easier to plan; meaning you get more time on your bike out enjoying the roads and trails of the area. Some of these services include bicycle storage, healthy meal options…