O Canada! From Kootenay Bay to the Canadian Rockies there are more great Canada motorcycle rides than you can keep track of. It’s impossible to list all of the features you might experience when traveling by motorcycle in the vast and beautiful country of Canada, so just plan on experiencing anything you can think of!
If you’re looking for a motorcycle tour from Nova Scotia to British Columbia, you will encounter a wide array of terrain on your rides. Canada motorcycle routes like those along Highway 3 and 3A take you north paralleling the gorgeous Kootenay Lake, while others take you through the Trans-Canada Highway/BC-1 leading to other Canada motorcycle rides on AB-93 through Jasper National Park. As you travel through the country you may also notice that many of the roads lead directly to bodies of water which require ferry passage, however, a good amount of these ferries are free and can provide a nice pit stop without losing time on your route.
Depending on the season you decide to travel, you will encounter different road conditions. For most Canada motorcycle tours it is recommend to avoid the winter months, especially the farther north you go. As far as motorcycle travel goes, summer, spring, and even, fall in certain parts of the country are some of the best times to go.