The Parry Sound area offers exceptional riding for road, gravel and mountain biking. Read through the highlights below, join one of our group rides or stop by the shop for a coffee and route advice.
Parry Sound has great road riding, with endless quiet roads and lots of perfect pavement. Some of our favourite roads are: Highway 518 & Tally Hoe Swords Road, East & West Carling Bay Road, Rankin Lake & Blackstone Crane Lake Road, Clearlake Road, Shebeshekong & Skerryvore Community Road, Highway 520 & The Bunny Trail.
If you're a Strava user follow Aleesha Clark, Parry Sound Bikes check out 30+ of the best rides (ranging from 20km to 160km).
Mountain Biking & Family Rides
The Georgian Nordic Outdoor Activity Centre has long been to go to place for cross country skiing in the area. In 2015 it also became a centre with great double track and single track bike trails. The double track trails offer smooth open trails that wind through the woods; great for kids and new riders. The Georgian Nordic single track makes use of the Canadian shield and offers riders a challenging rocky, rooty path up and down the rocks and ridges. Membership or day pass required to ride; memberships and day passes available online at Get Outdoors Parry Sound or in person at Parry Sound Bikes.
If you're looking for a family day trip or a place to camp, check out Killbear Provincial Park. Killbear Provincial Park is located 35km from Parry Sound and offers a nice bike path for family rides and great beaches.