Route Maps & Start Times:


 
 

A fun 20km Ride for everyone: 11:30am

Spin the Lake’s 20km ride is an out and back, fun ride for every one with gentle, rolling hills and a few challenging hills for new riders Water station at the 10km turn around point.  If you’ve never participated in a ride like Spin the Lakes you may want to start here if you don’t ride that often.

(view on Map My Ride to download GPX or KML files)


 
 

Spin the Lakes 60km Route: 10:30am

Spin the Lakes 58km ride is an out and back fun ride that includes rolling hills with a few challenging hills for new riders. The route takes you past scenic views of Lake of Bays. This route’s water station is located at the 29km turn around point.

(view on Map My Ride to download GPX or KML files)


 
 

Spin the Lakes 96/105km Route: 9:30am

This is where Spin the Lakes really starts to show it’s colour. The 96 /105km route is a scenic loop around Lake of Bays. Along the route you will experience scenic views of Lake of Bays, a great look at the geology of the area through the high rock cuts along route. The last 20km of the course will present some frequent short steep hills so save your legs!! There are 3 feed stations along this route. The first two will have bathroom facilities. For those that are looking for an addition challenge, there will be the extended loop making the ride a total of 105km.. This extended section is very hilly and road conditions on white house road are less than perfect.

(view on Map My Ride to download GPX or KML files)

 
 

(view on Map My Ride to download GPX or KML files)


 
 

Take the 172km Challenge: 8:00am

Due to construction issues we have had to change our traditional 170km route this year. You will find our route for 2017 equally as stunning to ride with a challenging 2200m of gain.  You will then be rewarded  with an amazing brunch at Hidden Valley Resort.

(view on Map My Ride to download GPX or KML files)

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