Top 10 Roads
Selecting the top 10 roads was not easy. Ontario’s Highlands’ roads are all exceptional riding experiences, but we want to make sure you don’t miss the best the Highlands has to offer.
Each road has been selected under one basic condition: it makes you giggle like a child while carving your way along on your bike.
It’s best to do them all and do them often.
Whether you ride a sport bike, cruiser, adventure, trike, spyder, or a barn find, remember these roads were handcrafted for you.
Please note: Road surfaces vary from asphalt, to packed tar and chip and seasonal conditions may change or road work may exist.
Opeongo Road (Hwy 66 & 64)
Any time a road has had a song written about it, you know it must be good. ... Read More
The Buckhorn & Glamorgan Road
Ahh the Buckhorn. Perhaps one of the most well known roads in Ontario for riders. We decided ... Read More
Calabogie, 511 & Centennial Lake Road
Calabogie is where all great roads meet. The 511 from Perth, Centennial Lake Road and the Calabogie ... Read More
Elephant Lake, Peterson & Loop Road
The greatest distance between Maynooth and Harcourt is NOT a straight line. These historic routes twist and ... Read More
Dropping south from Barry’s Bay, Siberia Road sounds cold but it’s anything but. The amount of curves ... Read More
Highway 60 Algonquin Park
This iconic roadway was built as the main access to Ontario’s favourite Provincial Park. The surface is ... Read More
Lower Faraday Road
This road is raw and real. It may not be the smoothest, but there is hardly a ... Read More
Palmer & Quadville Road
These two roads create motorcycle greatness in the Madawaska Valley. The river valley, tall climbs and stunning ... Read More
Bolingbroke & Westport Road
If you don’t know what counter steer is on a motorcycle, you will by the end of ... Read More