The local's favourite. 26km of undulating road mostly in good condition. Some gravel in places but nothing too serious. A very scenic route with lots of twisties. Well worth it.
Vous aimez les défis, le gravier, l'isolement!
La route entre Baie Comeau (Canada, Province de Québec)
et Goose Bay (Labrador) est certainement un des endroits de
rédilection dans cette région pour les amateurs de moto double-usage.
Une bonne dose de préparation est importante car il n'y a que très peu
de services le long de cette route. BONUS: La dernière portion de la route
510 au Labrador est complété donc il n'est plus nécessaire de revenir sur
vos pas ou de prendre le long traversier pour vous rendre a Terre-Neuve
via Blanc Sablon.
Liens externes importants: www.tourismlabrador.com
You like challenges, gravel, isolation! The road from Baie Comeau (Canada, Province of Quebec) to Goose Bay (Labrador) is certainly one of the favorite spot in this region for the motorcycle enthusiast dual-use. A good deal of preparation is important because there are only very few services along this road. BONUS: The last portion of Route 510 in Labrador is completed so there is no need to return or take the long ferry to get to Newfoundland via Blanc Sablon. Important external links: www.tourismlabrador.com
This is probably the best ride on the Burin peninsula. Its a combination of shoreline and low mountains so it twists a lot. There are some really outstanding views and Harbour Mille is an outport typical of the type of fishing village that had no road access until very recently. If using a GPS be certain that your route takes you via Jacques Fontaine as theres a secondary inland route as well. On the coastal section there are other small communities on short branching roads that are worth a look.
This is a route that winds along the south shore of Bay of Islands and has great views of the mountains and shoreline. Cooks Brook to Frenchmans Cove is a mixture of rural and villages but has some good scenery and corners. Good ride from Frenchmans Cove to Lark Habour.as it is mostly rural and winds along the base of Blow Me Down Mountain. Spectacular scenery past Frenchmans Cove. Speed limit is a ridiculously low 60 kph or less but locals travel about 80 sometimes more. Because of moose, use extreme caution in early mornings or late evenings and avoid night riding.