Rev Up Your Ride!

Posted: Mar 24, 2014 | Category: Motorsports | View All Blog Posts

When fans of power sports come to Loring-Restoule, they discover a new favourite place to rev up whatever they’re riding.

Highway 522 between Parry Sound and Trout Creek, Ontario provides some of the most impressive motorcycle riding in the province because the scenery is second to none. Particularly smooth is east of Loring, it’s got some neat technical areas and twisties to satisfy every rider. Great accommodations, attractions and restaurants dot the route, making overnight escapes easy to plan.

For more information on motorcycle riding in Loring-Restoule and map info, check out the Ride the Edge page on the regional tourism organization’s website,

ATV touring is growing into one of the most popular outdoor adventures in Northern Ontario, where the machines are welcome on the roads. Riding in Loring-Restoule is particularly fun – especially in the spring and fall seasons when the first-rate mud makes everything even better.

Snowmobile fans will never be disappointed in a sled getaway to Loring-Restoule either. Located in snowmobile District 11, the area has dedicated volunteers who work diligently to manage the OFSC trails here, including members of the Argyle Riders and the Southshore/Restoule Snowmobile Club. Trails here are less crowded than some to the south, and in some locations trail passes are not required.

Zipping across one of the lakes in the area is always a blast, and connecting with friends, family and other riders at spots along the trails will have you meeting new folks who share your passion for winter and the sled life. Watch for club events as well – a great time to plan your weekend getaway.

For more information on trails in the region, visit the OFSC website, the Argyle Riders or South Shore/Restoule websites, or ask the accommodations staff when you call to book.

Visit Loring-Restoule in any season to experience the best motorsport riding in Ontario.

To plan your stay, click here.

Four Moto Journalists Ride the Edge