Cycle Tourism Network Expansion

1886 Lakehouse Bistro in Callander Photo: Patrick Gilbert

The Districts of Nipissing and Parry Sound are recognized on the Ontario by Bike Network as great places to cycle!

For Cyclists

For cyclists, the Ontario By Bike Network offers a variety of information on bicycle-friendly businesses in Ontario, inspiring visitors and residents to explore the region’s trails and bikeways. Discovery Routes provides information on local bicycle routes in the region, including our new signature cycling experiences connecting to the Voyageur Cycling Route. Cycle tourists from all over use the Ontario By Bike Network to find great places to ride, links to cycling maps and plan day trips or multi-day cycling itineraries with stops at certified bicycle-friendly businesses.  Our online maps link cyclists to accommodations, restaurants, cafes, attractions, bike shops, tours and rental locations that offer cyclists extra services and amenities, creating a positive experience and fueling the desire to get on the saddle to explore more of Ontario by bike.

For Businesses Supporting Cyclists

For tourism industry partners, the Ontario By Bike Network is a program certifying and promoting bicycle-friendly businesses and cycle tourism across Ontario. The Network is open to accommodations, food services, attractions, cycling-related businesses and organizations interested in cycle tourism. Local businesses are now encouraged to register online to participate and reach the growing number of cycle tourists in Ontario. There is currently no charge for your business to participate as this FREE service is made possible through local funding support. Local support for the effort is available through Discovery Routes Trails Organization.

Join the growing list of bicycle-friendly businesses in Northeastern Ontario.

The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.