Mountain Biking

BruceGreySimcoe - always a thrilling ride!  From the rush of downhill riding at Blue Mountain to the gnarly single track rides for the experienced rider, to cruising the easier trails of the region’s conservation areas and provincial parks, this is mountain biking heaven!  Emily Batty, Canadian Olympian, thinks so too and shares her riding experience “at home” in BruceGreySimcoe in this video.

With the tagline, “Where Locals Ride”, you know the biking is good.  And Bruce County delivers with 12,500 acres of awesome cycling wilderness. Breathtaking scenery is your backdrop as you splash through rivers, over roots and around rock.  And, best of all – access to the trails is free.  Climb on your bike, slap on your helmet and safety gear and you’re ready to roll. 

Looking for a unique biking experience?  Hook up with Explorer's Tread and see the Bruce Peninsula from an entirely different viewpoint on one of their specialty tours.  Let the professionals at Ride Guides be your escort on the trails at Horseshoe Resort, the Copeland Forest, Hardwood Ski and Bike and Three Stage.  Add a twist to your biking experience and try “Pedal & Paddle the Blue Mountains”, an Apple Pie Trail™ adventure that combines a pedal through apple orchards with a relaxing float (okay, you have to paddle a bit) down the Beaver River.  Cycle Simcoe has more riding options, as does Ontario By Bike, which also has listings of bike-friendly shops, restaurants and accommodations in Bruce County-Southwest, Simcoe and Grey counties.

Before heading out on the trails, be sure you’re wearing proper safety gear, including a helmet.

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