Posted by Editoress on 02/15/19
The Ontario By Bike Network has released their 2019 Cycling in Ontario Guide.
This guide gets better ever year, in no small part because of the feedback of past readers, the partners involved and the amazing new cycling experiences available across the province.
The guide features over 50 day trip and overnight cycling itineraries across Ontario, on trails and roads for both recreational and experienced cyclists, as well as mountain biking for all skill levels.
It also takes a closer look at the rise of gravel road riding in Ontario, the quiet country backroads of Canada's Dairy Capital, a new 1000km cycling route in Ontario, how to pack the right gear for your next bike trip and so much more.
The seventh annual edition is 40 pages and printed in both French and English. Visit OntarioByBike.ca to view online or download a copy.
Copies will be available by mail in March, and to request a physical copy by mail, email your name and mailing address and include 'Cycling in Ontario' in subject line to: info@OntarioByBike.ca.
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