Road cycle in the Algoma Region of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada! Discovery new road cycling routes. Peddle scenic rural township roads. Cycle the circumference of St. Joseph Island. Ride the waterfront cyclepath in Sault Ste. Marie. Join the Sault Cycling Club members on their Wednesday evening and Sunday excursions. Long or short! Hard or easy! Road cycling adventure trips for everyone.
Road cyclists who are in good shape might wish to travel to Searchmont using Highway 556. The trip back to Heyden (Highway 17) becomes more challenging with the uphill climbs. During the fall colour period, this cycling trip is one of the best ways to fully experience the magnificence of this very attractive landscape. At the same time, the narrow highway shoulders require road cyclists to be particularly careful. This is an annual trip for the Sault Cycling Club.
Cyclists can ride from the Algoma's Water Tower Inn to the Hiawatha Highlands Conservation Area using Old Garden River and Landslide Roads. The Landslide Road hill can be a challenge early in the cyling year.
|Gros Cap Bluffs|
Cyclists can ride to the Gros Cap area directly using Highway 550 (Second Line) or by using a combination of Highway 17, Fourth Line, Allen Side Road and Third Line to Second Line then on to Gros Cap. On the return cyclists can extend the trip by cycling out to the Pointe des Chenes area before returning.
|Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront|
The Hub Trail
The John Rowswell Hub Trail, a 25-kilometre, non-motorized system, now circles the core of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The Hub Trail’s core system was started in 2000, and the central 5-km loop was completed in early 2012. The next phase in its construction will include “spokes” to connect it to major shopping, educational, residential and workplace destinations. The Hub is easily accessed from Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites. More...
|Echo Bay/Sylvan Valley|
Using Echo Bay, Desbarat or Bruce Mines as a starting point, you’ll discover road riding nirvana in back roads Echo Bay. Many optimal routes include paved and hard packed surfaces with rolling terrain through Mennonite farm land and historically enhanced terrain.
|St. Joseph Island|
Highway 548 circumnavigating the island is a roadies delight. Small river side towns, the Great Isles Shipping Channel and rolling terrain, forested areas and farms are all part of the journey. The roads are scenic and have little traffic, allow extra time for many arts and culture stops.
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