With the wind in your face, motorcycle touring the windy roads and straight stretch byways of Northern Vancouver Island is only topped by the unbelievable, diversified scenery that whizzes by mile after mile.Read More
Gravel roads, main routes and laws regarding drinking and driving in British Columbia. You will find everything you need to enjoy a day, a week or a month motor cycling touring the North Island regions.Read More
A delightful traverse of Strathcona Park with the opportunity to stop in the Village of Gold River for lunch. This motor cycle touring route takes you from Campbell River through one of the most scenic corridors on Vancouver Island. A must do.Read More
From Campbell River head south to the Comox Valley and turn west on the Strathcona Parkway to Mt Washington. It’s all uphill from there but once you get there the views of Strathcona Park are breathtaking.
A Short 40 minute ride from Campbell River, this route takes you through the smaller mountains of the Vancouver Island Range of Mountains. Mainly a straight, well maintained highway, you can let your metaphoric hair down on this route to the Sayward Valley.Read More
On your motorcycle tour, continue north from the Village of Sayward to the hamlet of Woss and make sure when you stop in to see the derelict steam locomotives a few blocks past the General Store. From there, just north on the highway, you can continue to Zeballos on a well maintained gravel road.Read More
North of Woss from Highway 19 turn at the Telegraph Cove sign, this road is fun on a motorcycle and lends itself well to touring. Go slow there is lots of wildlife on these roads.
From Telegraph Cove, head back to the highway and continue north to Port McNeill. One great advantage of being on a motorcycle and touring is you get a close up view of the topography, here you will notice the trees change as well as the landscape.Read More
The wild north of Vancouver Island, the town of Port Hardy has a blue-collar history. Along with art galleries, aboriginal cultural attractions and a seaside feel. Port Hardy makes for a great addition to your itinerary.Read More
From Port McNeill to Port Alice on the west coast of Vancouver Island is only 50 minutes, not as suitable for motorcycle touring because the road is gravel but if you are up for it, it is a very interesting ride.Read More
It’s gravel all the way from Port Hardy to Holberg, the trip is definitely worth is but in the hot summer months expect some dust. Motor cycle touring on Vancouver Island at its best.Read More