Rode 169km to settle in Powassan. I am not going to even try to explain the route, basically we zigzagged down every road pointing northish in muskoka.Climbed 1589m of hills today so I am ready to sleep.
Instead of two days of reasonable distances of biking Nellie and I decided to take a day off followed by a grande finale 175km ride to Nipissing Village. Its going to be good!
Rode a beautiful 110km through hilly muskoka region. I am not sure the exact hill climb in meters because my gps battery died but it was 5h30min of biking.
The route was a little tricky to navigate but I mainly followed country rd 20 out of Barrie, then Rama rd and finally jumped on the 6. The roads were nicely paved and had very little traffic. A good day of biking. Its definitely cottage country.
Took a lot of work to navigate out of the city. Which slowed down our 100km ride by a lot. The whole ride took us 4h50min, meaning our average speed was 20.3km/h. We tried following the bike path along the Humber River but it frequently started and stopped. We eventually made it out onto Islington Ave which turned into hwy 27. It was pretty nice riding with a paved shoulder most of the way and gentle rolling hills. Today we gained 100m of elevation.
Took a day off to spend with my sister and do some lightweight back to school shopping. It was a tricky shopping spree because anything I bought had to be worth carrying another 400km on my bike.
Rode 130km along the waterfront trail..when we could. Terrain was hilly around Port Hope making for a total of 1162m of climbing. Our average speed was slow today, 18.2km/h. A fun day of adventure!
Rode 143km along old hwy 2 through rolling hills. The hwy wasn’t to busy and there was often a good shoulder. Our average speed was 26km/h in the morning but as the day wore on and wind picked up our average slowed to 23.8km/h. The second half of the day was hilly making for 800m of climbing overall.