Cnty Rd. 507 runs south out of Gooderham ON. It can also be picked up at the south end off Hwy 36 about 10 miles east of Bobcaygeon ON.
This road does have great scenery but because of it's technical difficulty I don't often pay too much attention to it. There are gorgeous granite rock cuts that often feel like they're overhanging some of the blind corners. It's almost completely tree lined with a few streams along the way.
The road is fully paved, although it has a few years under it's belt. It's a two lane minor highway with a 50 mile/hour speed limit. Many of the corners have posted lower speed advisories. It's about 25 miles with only one straight stretch long enough for dotted yellow line passing. Curve after curve after curve are really what it's about. By far the best technical motorcycle road I've been on in Ontario.
Not many amenities but this adds to the undisturbed blast through the forest that awaits you on the 507. Just a few cottage driveways and a small community center in the middle of the stretch. There is a gas station at the south end of the road.
This road is paved but you might arrive at numerous gravel patches so it is a bit more technical. Awesome curves and sweeping turns.
Hard to find one like it in Ontario.
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April 13, 2020
708 McR Points
Motorcycle Type : Touring
This is a 46 km great ride from Gooderham to Buckhorn. No amenities and no gas. Just lovely scenery, lots of forest, and a road that's in good shape. Makes for a lovely ride, well worth going out of your way to take.