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Pick the best route for you and your crew, with three signature loops to choose from. Routes and rest stops can be viewed on our interactive map below.

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The Chute Loop​

  • Length: 250 kms
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Highlights: Upper Big Chute Road, Georgian Bay, Coldwater, Midland, Martyr’s Shrine

Named after the popular Upper Big Chute Road, this super scenic ride takes you through the northeastern portion of Simcoe County along winding roads and into old port towns including Midland and Penetanguishene. It’s a historic route featuring the 101-year-old Trent Severn Waterway, Martyr’s Shrine and several heritage towns. Grab some baked goods and great coffee along the way. This day ride is perfect for those who need a little helmet time and a break from the daily grind.

The Big Chute Loop​

  • Length: 400 kms
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Highlights: Niagara Escarpment, Upper Big Chute Road, Georgian Bay

This two-day ride takes you through Simcoe County’s diverse landscape, including the grand vistas from the Niagara Escarpment, the shores of Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe, rolling farmland and the memorable Upper Big Chute Road. While this ride can technically be completed in two days, we suggest adding a day to your trip so you can take your time cruising through quaint towns, enjoying delicious food and great patios, and discovering unique historic attractions along the way.

Saints & Sinners Loop

  • Length: 250 kms
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Highlights: Craft Breweries, VQA Wineries and Heritage Cideries, Coldwater, Collingwood​

If your goal when riding is to find the best food and drink spots, then the Saints & Sinners Loop is your ride. *Please note that while many of the Saints & Sinners stops sell alcohol, we do not promote drinking and riding. There’s a reason for your saddle bag. Enjoy your samples once your kickstand is down for the day. *Note: we provide a series of ‘feeder routes’ which guide you into the County of Simcoe and link to our signature routes.