Mini Moose Trail Ride
The Mini Moose Trail Ride is a 4 day, 3 night excursion taking riders through Northern Ontario.
This ride is perfect for all types of adventure riders, whether you ride a KLR 650 all the way up to a BMW 1250GSA. Smaller bikes can handle this route, although expanded fuel capacity is recommended. All overnights will be in motels or at private locations, no camping.
The Mini Moose Trail Ride will take place from June 22-25th 2023. The price of the Mini Moose Trail Ride is $300/rider
What is included on the Mini Moose Trail Ride:
We organize all routes from beginning to end, so you just show up and ride! We’ll provide each rider with the GPS routes for the 4 days and load it onto their GPS for them if desired
Providing you with tips and hints ahead of time on things to pack, helping you prepare for this epic adventure
Recommend accommodations so all you have to do is call and book a room.
A guide and a sweep for the entire journey to help ensure the group stays together. The guide will know about bypasses and can make decisions on the fly to keep the group moving
Ensuring our routes have sufficient rest stops for gas and food, as well as having alternates arranged
Guides will have tools to do trail-side repairs for most common small problems (punctured tires, basic fixes)
Optional real-time communication using headsets (we use Cardo Packtalk DMC, but can talk to Sena and others if you have one)
Satellite tracking for the group, we provide a link that you can share with family and friends so they can follow along from home as we complete our journey
Elliot Lake to Sudbury
The last day of our travel together will see us return to Sudbury. But before we arrive in Sudbury, we will have a chance to explore the rail trail that runs south of Espanola.
Timmins to Chapleau
We’ll continue west with a good mix of pavement, logging roads, gravel roads, and some off-road sections. Don’t be surprised if we encounter a bear or two along this route!
Chapleau to Elliot Lake
We will continue to head south towards Elliot Lake. We will continue to travel the roads less travelled before resting for the night in the hustle and bustle of Elliot Lake.