If you are Commuting to work or school, shopping or just riding around town, here is a draft map of Brantford’s bikeways system.

If you get tired of the trails around town and in the County, there are lots of awesome places to ride close by. Here are just few within an hour’s drive of Brantford. Click on location names for more information. Check their Facebook page or website for riding conditions.

Trails are divided into three sections (MTB, pathway & BMX) and locations are in order of approximate distance from our shop in Brantford.

Mountain Biking

If you are using the Grand Valley Trail, please remember that mountain bikers are uninvited guests on this trail. It was developed by the  Grand Valley Trail Association.  It is maintained by volunteers from the GVTA and the Brant Cycling Club as well as a few freelance volunteers, all of whose efforts are much appreciated. Check their websites to find out how you can support one or both groups through membership or one time donation.

Please remember if using it, hikers have the right of way. Don’t be a wanker. Thank you.

27 km – Dundas Valley – some trails shared with horses

29 km – Hamilton – Christie Lake

30 km – Woodstock – The Pines

44 km – Kitchener – Hydro Cut

55 km – Turkey Point

92.2 km – London – Fanshawe Lake Conservation Area

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Packed Gravel or Similar

43 km – Hamilton Waterfront

46 km – Simcoe – Lynn Valley Trail

53 km – Burlington Waterfront

95 km – Niagara Region

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OHSWEKEN, Six Nations of the Grand River – Chiefswood Park – Camping, Cabins and Glamping are available at Chiefswood Park. It is located on 20 acres long the beautiful Grand River, next to Chiefswood National Historic Site. Chiefswoos is the birthplace and childhood home of poet, author and entertainer Pauline Johnson, also known by her Mohawk stage name, Tekahionwake. The Park is a world class cultural heritage destination offering a variety of experiences aimed at teaching guests about authentic Hauenosaunee culture.

SCOTLAND, ON – Wildwood Bicycle Farm –Wilewood is a regenerative family farm and forest property offering rustic glamping, bicycle-in-only bikepacking sites, artist live/work studios, fresh produce, and special events. It’s located on the border of Norfolk and Brant counties, mere pedal strokes from the Trans Canada Bike Trail and is surrounded by wetlands and forest. There are two local breweries and a restaurant within a 10-minute bike ride and a farmers market even closer. Our pondside bike-in only campsites have access to clean drinking water, a portable toilet, and a hot outdoor shower. We’re the perfect midway stopover if biking down to Port Dover from Cambridge or Dundas, and we make a fantastic cycling destination, as well. You can bike in, set up camp, and enjoy the soon-to-be infamous Brant/Norfolk Beermuda Triangle (Flux Brewing, Meuse Brewing, and Wishbone Brewing) before a beauty night under the stars.


32.6 km – Cambridge – Riverside Park

44.0 km – Kitchener – McLellan Park

44.8 km – Hamilton – Gage Bike Park

96.0 km – Etobicoke – Sunnyside Bike Park

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