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Almost every year I make a motorcycle pilgrimage up from the U.S. to Canada, and the reason is simple unbeatable riding. The Eastern United States has some incredible riding, to be sure. There's the famous Tail of the Dragon in North Carolina, and also the state-straddling Blue Ridge Parkway. Even in my home state of Ohio we have the infamous and snaky Triple Nickel OH 555. Yet as incredible as each of these roads are, there is a wildness, an openness, and ever-surprising element to Canada, in this case specifically Ontario, that can't be beat.

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Absolutely correct. I love the NY, Vt, NH roads but Ontario has quite simply some of the best roads for excitement, fun and scenery anywhere bar none. I never get bored and I never have to ride the super slab. There are always tons of secondary roads that entice you to follow the sun and let the road carry you to new adventures. I've put on about 90K km (55K miles) in the last six years and I still haven't discovered many of the first tier motorcycling roads in eastern Ontario, let alone northern Ontario.
 

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awesome read! and I've done many rides through southern ontario as far north as highway 60 through algonquin park. Can't wait to venture further.
 
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