Le Corridor du Littoral is a set of connecting paved bike paths in and surrounding Quebec City stretching from Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures on the St. Lawrence along the Samuel-De Champlain Parkway to the port of Quebec City, then following both sides of the St. Charles River to Montmorency Falls
Divided into several groups by their average speed, Gran Fondo Mont-Tremblant offers four distances in a non-competitive environment. The Super Fondo 160 km takes riders through terrain with an elevation of over 1,600 metres. The last section includes some tough uphill stretches followed by long descents. Route at RideWithGPS View and […]
Tour Overview In the summer of 2017 my wife Deb and I toured 340 miles of Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula with our friend Michael and his wife Ruth, who drove and carried our gear. Over the course of 6 days of riding we had almost 10,000 ft. of elevation […]
The Western New England Greenway is part of U.S. BICYCLE ROUTE 7 that connects New York to Montreal. The corridor largely follows near U.S. ROUTE 7 through the very western portions of CT, MA AND VT. It links with the EAST COAST GREENWAY at the Merritt Parkway near Norwalk, CT. at the […]
Val-Saint-François Réseau cyclable La Cantonnière (57 km) Mégantic area: Circuits région Mégantic (25 km or 58 km) Pistes cyclables région Mégantic (131 km) Des Sources Réseau cyclable des sources (76 km) Granby region Estriade et son réseau (97 km) Circuit Granby-Orford-Granby (123km) Brome-Missisquoi Circuit Bromont-Cowansville-Bromont (44 km) Piste […]
In July, 2007, we spent 9 days on a bicycle camping trip that took us along the Saguenay River, the only fjord on the North American Continent, all the way to Lac St-Jean, the last major outpost of civilization north of Quebec City. Throughout most of the trip, […]
The MOOSA tour, “Maine’s Original Outstanding Superadventure” was a Maine-NH-Quebec cycling tour offered in 2009 and 2011. Click on the maps to view each day and download files at RideWithGPS. Read a personal description of the tour at Messages from the Pale Blue Dot.