Jefe Smith took a four day late November ride with some friends up along the east shore of the Salton Sea, through Joshua Tree National Park, the Mojave desert and Death Valley; then across the Panamint Mountains and into the ...Read More »
I could tell you how many amazing places there are to visit in San Francisco, but I’d rather talk about what’s outside of the city, because it’s really not much fun being stuck in city traffic all day. Here is ...Read More »
The City of Toronto is Canada's most densely-populated urban metropolis. The multicultural city is one of the fastest growing in North America. Not an inch of skyline can be seen without a crane working on the next skyscraper in and around the downtown core. Many Torontonians have taken up motorcycling to escape the urban slug fest known as all day rush hour traffic. We try to ride out of the city as often as we can. Little do we know that the city has some great little roads hidden away waiting to be discovered by a motorcyclist.Read More »
You never know what you'll come across while motorcycling. I left in search of a cheap deal on some motorcycle gear, and found myself on a road with steep hills, sharp turns, a nice hairpin, and more. Welcome to Twyn Rivers Dr., one of the nicest roads for motorcycle rides a stone's throw from Toronto, Ontario.Read More »
The most popular motorcycling road in the Greater Toronto Area, is historical and beautiful. Forks Of The Credit Road is a great motorcycle riding road just outside of Toronto. Just enjoy the ride, and be wary of OPP on weekends. During the week when traffic is quiet is when you can have some real fun.Read More »
Exploring Caledon and Hockley Valley.
Be sure to check out Hockley Valley Road from Highway 50 westward, or, if you're coming from the east stop by the Black Bull in Bolton!