White Moose Trail Ride
The White Moose trail ride is a 9-day Adventure Touring ride aimed at dual-purpose/ADV bikes of all sizes. This ride is perfect for all types of adventure riders, whether you ride a KLR 650 all the way up to a BMW 1250GSA.
All overnights will be in motels or at private locations, no camping.
The price of the White Moose Trail Ride is $675
What is included on the White 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 9 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
Arranging accommodations so all you have to do is call and book a room (single or double), some locations this won’t be necessary (hunt camps for example will be pre-booked for the # of riders)
A guide and a sweep for the entire journey to help ensure the group stays togethert. 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
Logo by Eric Sweet
What's not included:
There will not be a chase/support vehicle on this trip.
Meals and refreshments
Cost of accommodations
Cost of fuel
Transportation to the start and end point (Barrie area)
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Booking for June 2022. To be notified when registration opens, click here!
Halfway Haven to Wawa
Continuing north, we’ll take a leisurely ride up to Hawk's Junction with a stop at the famous Big Bear for lunch. After lunch we'll visit an abandoned mine site and stop at a waterfall for pictures. We'll continue on to Wawa and stay at the Wawa Motor Inn.
Sudbury to Mattawa
Day 7 uses a scenic rail trail to get us from Sudbury to North Bay. From there, we will continue on to Mattawa to stay in a small motel for the night.
Sudbury to Ritchie Falls via Manitoulin Island
We will leave Sudbury and head to South Baymouth for an exciting tour of Manitoulin Island. Afterwards, we head north to beautiful Ritchie falls, where we will spend the night at a small wilderness retreat.
Wawa to Foleyet
The day starts off with a fun ride from Wawa to Foleyet, mixing pavement, gravel and some off-road sections to keep it interesting. We'll stay overnight in cabins just outside of Foyelet.
Mattawa to Madawaska
On Day 8, we will take in a nice scenic loop in and around Algonquin park, using some rail trails, gravel and pavement. We will stay at Spectacle Lake Lodge overnight, using cabins and the main lodge.
Ritchie Falls to Halfway Haven
We’ll continue north with a good mix of pavement, logging roads, gravel roads, and some off-road sections. We’ll stop at the Arctic Watershed, travel the sought-out Sultan Road, eventually taking a mix of logging roads and crown land snowmobile trails in to Halfway Haven, a trail rider’s dream destination. Don’t be surprised if we encounter a bear or moose along this route!
Foleyet to Sudbury
We start to make our way further south east along some beautiful scenic roads. We'll spend the evening back at the Sportsmen's Lodge, north of Sudbury.
Madawaska to Orillia
On Day 9, we will start to head west again, arriving in Orillia around the dinner hour. For some, this is the end of the trip for riders local to the Barrie and Toronto area, for others there's an overnight stay at some cottages outside of Orillia, followed by a nice self-guided ride home.