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Six hours from Detroit, five hours from Toronto, three hours from Montreal and a mere 45 minutes from Ottawa are the borders of one of the best riding areas in Canada maybe even North America.
This may seem like over-inflated marketing speak, but I've ridden these roads, and I can say first hand, they are not only amongst the best I've ridden, they are at the top rung in a province already blessed with some pretty great riding.
Riders looking for a weekend getaway can find a surprising diversity of routes in Ontario, Canada. Sparkling blue lakes, deep green forests, and epic mountains are all just a few hours north of the Greater Toronto Area. Here's my top picks for phenomenal weekend rides to get your motors running, ranging from short hauls to heavy mileage.
Whenever and wherever riding enthusiasts congregate and discuss the best places to ride, the old standards like the Pacific Coast Highway, Cabot Trail and Deals Gap come up often. I recently started hearing about another one lately that had me intrigued - The Lake Superior Circle Tour.
After booking a week's vacation and a BMW K1600GTL a month in advance, I finally set off from my home in Toronto, Ontario during the first week of July to enjoy some long days on the open road and warm nights by the water.
Pocahontas County, West Virginia just might be the motorcycle Shangri La. Hugging the western Allegheny Mountains in southern West Virginia, this rider's paradise offers little traffic, unsurpassed natural beauty and warm, welcoming people.
There's an endless list of reasons why it's becoming a magnet for bikers of all kinds - from sport to dual-sport to cruisers and touring bikes.
After a short hiatus, the Suzuki Gladius returns for 2013 with a new name - the SFV650. The unfaired, mid-displacement standard is mechanically identical to its predecessor, though it comes in a more color scheme and a higher price tag.