Cruise the Coast

A biker near the beach at the Beach House restaurant in Port Dover.

The winding roads along Lake Erie’s shoreline are some of the most scenic to be found in all of Canada, leading past spectacular lookouts, lighthouses, wind turbines and great shopping and dining opportunities.  Explore the culinary sophistication and the simple pleasures of the back roads of Ontario’s South Coast.  There is something for everyone, come enjoy and explore the seasons.

The entire route features:
7.5 hour ride
350.7 km/217.91 miles long
Cruises along the front road of all three counties – Haldimand, Norfolk, Elgin and Chatham-Kent

Cruise the Coast in Norfolk County

Escape the city and head South – to Ontario’s South Coast.  Cruise through the picturesque town of Waterford and enjoy antiques, local foods and some of the history of the area.  Continue on to Port Dover on Lake Erie and take time to chat to fellow riders while enjoying the shops, restaurants, museum and much more.  Then wind your way through the country roads of Norfolk County, heading back to Tillsonburg.  Pick some farm-fresh produce along the way and enjoy the wide-open spaces.

The Norfolk County section of the route features:
1.5 hour ride
92 km/57 miles long
Head south from Brantford through Waterford to Port Dover then cruise back out to Simcoe towards Tillsonburg.

Contact Name: 
Clark Hoskins
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