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Kingsville Cycling Ideas

Welcome to the Kingsville Cycle Works’ local cycling information page! Whether you’re looking to break the EC100 record, load up a bike with gear, take a bike out to visit a few wineries, or leisurely explore into the county, this is the place to plan your day.

Kingsville Bike Trails & Tours

Wine Trail

Wine Trail

Meander along County Road 50 and escape to the Essex Pelee Island Coast (EPIC) to explore our wine region. Consisting of over eighteen wineries, our picturesque wine region rests alongside the Lake Erie North Shore and produces award-winning, world-class wines. Our prime location, along the most southern shore of Canada, provides a unique maritime climate, and 30 more days of sun, which contribute to a more tasteful and sweeter grape.
Pelee Trail

Pelee Trail

Explore one of Canada’s most ecologically diverse National Parks – Point Pelee in Leamington. Kick off your day in Kingsville! Rich in Victorian heritage, Kingsville, “Canada’s Southernmost Town”, welcomes foodies and wine lovers alike, to peruse its unique and eclectic downtown core. Point Pelee is the southern extreme of mainland Canada, and is a tiny sanctuary supporting a mosaic of habitats. Bike the 4.5 km trail taking you deep into the forest, trek out to the beach at the southernmost tip, or walk the boardwalk out onto one of the largest freshwater marshes on the Great Lakes.
Heritage Waterfront Trail

Heritage Waterfront Trail

Beginning in the town of Essex, the 22-kilometre Cypher Systems Greenway Trail allows you to cross the County to the historic town of Amherstburg, avoiding nearly all the traffic of the roadways. Formerly an abandoned rail line, this stretch of land is now a beautiful trail, intersecting the Chrysler Canada Greenway and Canada’s Great Trail in McGregor. Once in the Town of Amherstburg, take your time and explore one of the prettiest and oldest communities in Southwestern Ontario. Stroll the award-winning public gardens, including King’s Navy Yard Park. Get a glimpse into our region’s history and discover the quaint streets lined with 200 year old buildings.

Know Ontario's Rules of the Road

ONTARIO MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - HELMET LAW
CHILDREN & YOUTH By law, every cyclist under age 18 must wear an approved helmet. Riders under 16 years old: a parent or guardian must make sure their child wears a helmet. ADULTS Helmets are not compulsory for adults over 18. However, a helmet can greatly reduce the risk of permanent injury or death if you fall or collide. It is strongly recommended that all riders wear helmets. Helmets can be rented but feel free to bring your own as well. Contact us for more information or if you have any questions.