Road Cycling

Ready to ride the open roads of BruceGreySimcoe with your bike?  Just a reminder to "Plan Ahead, Book Ahead". If planning to stay overnight, take a few minutes to book your accommodation ahead of time.  It’s a good idea to make meal reservations where possible or make a picnic of it with a take-out meal from one of our local eateries. 
Road cyclists love cycling BruceGreySimcoe – and with good reason!   Spectacular scenery, quiet country roads with low traffic volume, access to services, repair stations and starting points with parking, washrooms and water (note that these amenities may be impacted by COVID-19) add up to a very attractive cycling destination.  With certified Ontario By Bike businesses, restaurants and accommodation in Bruce County-SouthwestGrey and Simcoe Counties and a healthy Share the Road program in Grey, it’s no wonder cyclists love it here.  

Racing cyclists are loving the area too. There is Creemore Springs' Turas Mor on May 14, 2022, the Tour of Kincardine on May 15, 2022, Sea Otter Scarecrow Gravel Grind at Horseshoe Resort (September 2022 race details TBD), the Blue Mountains Gravel Fondo on June 18, 2022  and the Gran Fondo Lake Huron on August 21, 2022. For those who are into multisport events, check out the Bruce Peninsula MultiSport Race scheduled for August 6, 2022.

BruceGreySimcoe’s country roads adapt beautifully and smoothly to cycle touring. They’re quiet, well surfaced, and jam-packed with diversity. And they’re cycle-friendly, too.  Four of our communities have achieved Bicycle Friendly Community status by the Share the Road Cycling Coalition  – The Blue Mountains was awarded silver, while Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and Saugeen Shores have all reached the Bronze level.

Whether you’re riding through the scenic Beaver Valley, along Lake Huron and Georgian Bay or through the rolling hills of Simcoe County, there are always new roads to explore.

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