More picture pages of the Grey-Bruce section:
2012 Bourgoyne Breakfast
Kevin and Julie's January social 2013
Christmas dinner party in January
2013 history rides
Grey-Bruce section history
"About Us" information - just click on this link, to download a copy of our section background. Note it is a 2.9 MB file, and so may take a while on some connections.
This site has been posted here for information concerning the Grey-Bruce Section of the CVMG.
Riding is what we do on the Grey-Bruce peninsula.
Stellar roads with minimum traffic is what you come to expect here.
If you'd like to come visit and chat, you're more than welcome. If you like to ride, we're always ready to go. We hardly need any prodding to ride our vintage motorcycles.
If you have any pictures that need adding to our slide show here, get them to me and they will be added without delay.
The Grey-Bruce area has limitless possibilities for motorcycle tours to satisfy many interests: waterfalls, coastal roads on the Lake Huron side -- Ontario's west coast -- or the Georgian Bay side, viewpoints along the Niagara Escarpment, quiet towns and villages with restaurants catering to every taste. How about one of the world's longest fresh-water beaches? Sauble Beach is known far and wide, and it's right here.
Haven't caught your fancy yet? How about a tour of the many lighthouses that dot the peninsula's rocky coastline? These sentinels of the night each tell their own story, and various historical plaques along coastal roads indicate that maritime tragedies occurred in spite of the best efforts of the lighthouse keepers.
Finally, remember that free Grey-Bruce maps are readily available from any tourist information kiosk or museum outlining all of the above.
If you would like more information about the Grey-Bruce section, please contact
Sandra Schaefer at 519-572-1448 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Jackson, one of our newest members, has devised a schedule of breakfast runs, that you can find via this link