Andrew Hempstead

Atlantic Canada’s Cycling Scene

Reasonably good roads and gorgeous scenery make Atlantic Canada excellent road biking territory, while mountain biking has caught on among the adventurous as a way to explore more remote areas of the region. Except on main arteries, particularly the TransCanada Highway, car traffic is generally light. Cyclists, nonetheless, should remain vigilant: Narrow lanes and shoulders are common, and in some areas, drivers may be unaccustomed to sharing the road with bicycles. Narrow lanes and shoulders are common, and in some areas, drivers may be unaccustomed to sharing the road with bicycles.Touring opportunities through a variety of terrain are numerous...

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