Port Dalhousie – A quaint gem for all outdoor enthusiasts

"Port Dalhousie is a community in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. It is known for its waterfront appeal. It is also home to the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta and is historically significant as the terminus for the first three routes of the Welland Canal, built in 1820, 1845 and 1889"Above quote taken from Wikipedia We decided... Continue Reading →

Quiet, Picturesque Rail Trail – Uxbridge to Lindsay

As we were planning our next adventure, we discovered The Uxbridge to Linsday Rail Trail on the AllTrails app. We parked at the Herrema Soccer Fields in Uxbridge as this is one of the trail entrances from this parking lot. Parking is free and there's lots of spaces. Entrance to Trail from parking lot The... Continue Reading →

Cycling Bib Shorts

If you haven't tried on this 1 piece of cycling clothing, you don't know what your missing. At first I thought - those look ridiculous!!! While I was riding my cross bike, I didn't like the feeling of the tight elastic riding shorts around my stomach. Doesn't matter what size or shape body you are... Continue Reading →

Cycle or Hike Bronte Creek Trails

On the South side of Highway 5 and the East side of Appleby Line in Burlington, Ontario there are hiking and cycling trails that travel into Bronte Provincial Park along Bronte Creek. The trail is narrow in some parts and then it opens up closer to Bronte Provincial Park. This trail is used a lot... Continue Reading →

Own a Bike? Then you must go to this Bike Park!

The Brantford Rotary Bike Park is located in Rotary Centennial Waterworks Park at 290 Grand River Avenue, Brantford, Ontario. Built by the one and only Jay Hoots! Brantford Bike Park has it all - pump tracks, jumps, skinnies, ramps, obstacles, bridges, all for beginner to extreme riders. Parking is free and there is no cost... Continue Reading →

Cycling the Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trail

The Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trail, which is part of the Trans-Canada Trail, aka The Great Trail, is about 40 km's one way. The trail then continues to Cambridge along the Grand River for another 40 km's. We've ridden this trail many times but decided to park at the intersection where the trail crosses Highway... Continue Reading →

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