hey everyone. i would like to ride my bike to the paris rally coming up for the saturday, and was just wondering if anyone else was riding, or knows of some good ways to get there avoiding major highways. im riding from Newmarket on a 1954 matchless G9, so i would like to have some cruising roads. she hit the 400 a couple weeks ago, so it can hold its own, but would rather take a more scenic route.
A. Johnson wrote:I'm not up your way but my choice for a scenic, lower speed route from Newmarket to Paris would be something like: Hwy # 9 west of #400 and then #50 or Airport Rd south to the King side road (Hwy # 27 is under construction, I believe).Then King St (King side road) west through Victoria to Terra Cotta and then through Georgetown to pick up the famous 15 sideroad west of Stewartown to Speyside, Moffat and Morriston, South on old # 6 to Freelton and then west on old #97 to the south side of Cambridge to pick up # 24 south for a few km bearing right on East River Road (#14) to Glen Morris. Turn right and cross the Grand River Bridge on #28 then in a few km turn left (south) on Hwy #24A which brings you into the north end of Paris. After you pass a couple of plazas you come to the traffic light at Silver St. Turn right and in a couple of km the fairgrounds is on your right.Best Google Map or Mapquest the above to get a detailed map and turn-by-turn directions but the above is a general routing.See you at Paris! Al
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