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The following rides have been added by ourselves and fellow riders, we would love for you to add your favourite ride too!

Best Canadian Rides Voted by You, the rider

Highway 40 North from Grande Prairie to Jasper

Whether you ride it as a day ride or make it part of a weekend ride, Highway 40 from Grande Prairie to Jasper has so many breathtaking views, great roads and on a sunny summer day you won't' want to be anywhere else! Watch out for animals, construction and be sure to pull over and see the massive coal mining outfit just north of Grande Cache.

Lake Louise to Jasper

Highway 93 has to be on a Top 5 list in the world to ride, the glaciers, mountains, valleys, lakes, ponds, animals. Never get off your bike or even stop when animals are close, many cars stop and even get out to get "closer" Rev your engine and get on by!

Snowbirds ride from Mesa to Death Valley and back

Another bucket ride ticked off. Death Valley is definitely worth the trip even though it's a bit off the beaten track. It wasn't too overcrowded during this late March ride and not too, too hot. Enjoy and ride safe.

Best US Rides Voted by You, the rider

North Cascade Highway 20

Fantastic Roads, Great views, road side pull outs that are worth the stop, different places to stop and eat.

Triple-Bipass Ride

This ride is just over 200mi and has scenic beauty that is awesome. There are several small communities that are along the route that are Biker friendly. Cold beer, sodas, snacks, meals, and outside decks and sevices. The ride takes as long as the number of stops and how long you spend at each one. All the local bikers call it the Triple-Bipass because you go over three mountain passes in a day's ride.

Yuma AZ to San Diego off the Interstate

If you don't like riding on the Interstate, this is a great way to get to San Diego, or if you are leaving Mexico and want to head towards Arizona, it is top notch pavement, no traffic and other than HOT and DESERT it is fantastic.

Explore Canada or Experience the USA on Two Wheels

Recent Rides Added

Going to the Sun

It's just one of those things you gotta do!

Sunshine Coast Gibsons to Egmont

This is a terrific ride. Takes about 90 minutes one way to Egmont from Gibsons or the Langdale Ferry. Lots of stops to admire the view, eat, stay in nice little places. Not a raceway so chill. It's amazing this is a cheap, beautiful 40 minute ferry ride away from the thousands of motorcyclists in Metro Vancouver. As a day trip or part of a loop up to Powell River, across to Vancouver Island and back through Nanaimo or Victoria you couldn't do much better. Do it!

Yaak River Ride

Amazing ride that few know about. One of my very favorite rides.

To Silver City

If you need a break and love the country side ride it

Creston British Columbia loop through the Colville National Forest & back

Doing this ride is one for your Bike-It List, a long day ride or a fun couple days exploring around Canada and USA.

Top Voted Rides in North America

North Cascade Highway 20

Fantastic Roads, Great views, road side pull outs that are worth the stop, different places to stop and eat.

Lake Louise to Jasper

Highway 93 has to be on a Top 5 list in the world to ride, the glaciers, mountains, valleys, lakes, ponds, animals. Never get off your bike or even stop when animals are close, many cars stop and even get out to get "closer" Rev your engine and get on by!

Highway 40 North from Grande Prairie to Jasper

Whether you ride it as a day ride or make it part of a weekend ride, Highway 40 from Grande Prairie to Jasper has so many breathtaking views, great roads and on a sunny summer day you won't' want to be anywhere else! Watch out for animals, construction and be sure to pull over and see the massive coal mining outfit just north of Grande Cache.

Triple-Bipass Ride

This ride is just over 200mi and has scenic beauty that is awesome. There are several small communities that are along the route that are Biker friendly. Cold beer, sodas, snacks, meals, and outside decks and sevices. The ride takes as long as the number of stops and how long you spend at each one. All the local bikers call it the Triple-Bipass because you go over three mountain passes in a day's ride.

Snowbirds ride from Mesa to Death Valley and back

Another bucket ride ticked off. Death Valley is definitely worth the trip even though it's a bit off the beaten track. It wasn't too overcrowded during this late March ride and not too, too hot. Enjoy and ride safe.