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Flex your pedal power.

As a peninsula, Windsor Essex is blessed with some of the most scenic waterfront cycling trails in the province, including the Windsor Riverfront Trail. Beginning at the foot of the Ambassador Bridge, this smoothly paved trail winds its way along the Detroit River for 8 kms, offering spectacular views of the Detroit skyline. Along the way, you can enjoy attractions such as the internationally acclaimed Windsor Sculpture Park, beautifully landscaped parks such as Dieppe Gardens in the heart of downtown Windsor, and much more.

The City of Windsor and Bike Windsor Essex offer an array of information and a trail map to help you get out on 2 wheels in the City. In our countryside, delight in the ever-growing network of cycling paths and multi-use trails devised by the County Wide Active Transportation System (CWATS). If you’re feeling particularly ambitious, get it in gear and ride our 412 km portion of the Waterfront Trail that starts right here in Lakeshore, Ontario and stretches all the way to Quebec.

To celebrate Canada 150, why not hop on your bike and experience the call of the outdoors as you pedal through our peninsula, where you can cycle from Windsor’s stunning riverfront to the southernmost National Park – Leamington’s Point Pelee (where admission is free all year) to the trenches and barracks at Amherstburg’s Fort Malden National Historic Site of Canada (with free admission all year as well). This newly designed cycling map provides an overview of the trails used to navigate, alongside 5 insets, all for easy browsing online or to print out. From the newly completed Herb Gray Parkway Trail to the Chrysler Canada Greenway and Cypher Systems Group Greenway Trails, we have got you covered! Businesses which have been certified as being cycle-friendly (via Transportation Options “Ontario By Bike”) are also listed on the maps.

Flex your pedal power.

As a peninsula, Windsor Essex is blessed with some of the most scenic waterfront cycling trails in the province, including the Windsor Riverfront Trail. Beginning at the foot of the Ambassador Bridge, this smoothly paved trail winds its way along the Detroit River for 8 kms, offering spectacular views of the Detroit skyline. Along the way, you can enjoy attractions such as the internationally acclaimed Windsor Sculpture Park, beautifully landscaped parks such as Dieppe Gardens in the heart of downtown Windsor, and much more.

The City of Windsor and Bike Windsor Essex offer an array of information and a trail map to help you get out on 2 wheels in the City. In our countryside, delight in the ever-growing network of cycling paths and multi-use trails devised by the County Wide Active Transportation System (CWATS). If you’re feeling particularly ambitious, get it in gear and ride our 412 km portion of the Waterfront Trail that starts right here in Lakeshore, Ontario and stretches all the way to Quebec.

To celebrate Canada 150, why not hop on your bike and experience the call of the outdoors as you pedal through our peninsula, where you can cycle from Windsor’s stunning riverfront to the southernmost National Park – Leamington’s Point Pelee (where admission is free all year) to the trenches and barracks at Amherstburg’s Fort Malden National Historic Site of Canada (with free admission all year as well). This newly designed cycling map provides an overview of the trails used to navigate, alongside 5 insets, all for easy browsing online or to print out. From the newly completed Herb Gray Parkway Trail to the Chrysler Canada Greenway and Cypher Systems Group Greenway Trails, we have got you covered! Businesses which have been certified as being cycle-friendly (via Transportation Options “Ontario By Bike”) are also listed on the maps.

 



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