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ADV EventsGroup RidesFall Colours Ride - Oct. 3, 2015

Fall Colours Ride – Oct. 3, 2015

A 300 km ride through beautiful landscapes in Southern Ontario.

Published on 05.17.2015

The Fall Colours Ride will take you through nearly 300 km of some of the most beautiful southern Ontario landscape at the most colourful time of year. Formerly known as the Terra Nova Dual Sport tour, this event will cover lots of ground between Angus and Collingwood. The Fall Colours Ride lets you get out and enjoy the cool air and fall colours while riding a vast array of conditions. Gravel roads join together scenic road allowances, rocky escarpment trails and challenging enduro trails.

For this event, there will be an aggressive course and a separate road tour course. Throughout the day you will experience elevation changes of approximately 1000ft. A pre-arranged lunch stop will bring both groups together in the middle of the day. This is an all-day adventure for both aggressive and casual riders, and a great way to enjoy the autumn colours from either inside the forests or from the low traffic back roads. The support truck and sweep riders will meet up with you throughout the full day ride to ensure your ride is running smoothly.

Event Organizer: Rally Connex


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Author: Annette Peterson
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