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Biking on the G2G Trail (Again!)

Many photos of our trip!

The summer of rail trail biking continues with more time on the holiday weekend on the Guelph to Goderich Trail.

We’ve ridden on a lot of Ontario trails from Brantford to Port Dover, in Prince Edward County on the Millennium Trail, as well as the Simcoe County Loop Trail.

Let me recommend the G2G as a great way to get started trail riding, maybe even with small children.

Why? It’s relatively, wide and flat. It’s well shaded. It travels through lots of small towns with convenience stores and ice cream not far off the trail. For those over the age of 19, there’s also Cowbell Brewery in Blyth which has a pretty nice restaurant too.

There are many entry points with dedicated parking lots making it easy to bit and pieces of the trail at a time.

Of course, once you get to Goderich you can continue on to Bayfield if you haven’t ridden enough that day!

Here’s me on the pier in Bayfield. Wearing a dress and riding a bike, which I like to do sometimes!

Sam on her adventure road bike wearing a green and blue polka dot dress and white helmet standing on the pier at Bayfield Harbour.