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Trail ride - Murton Road (Harrowsmith) to Newburgh via KP/Cataraqui trail (57km)

Friday, September 15, 2023, 9:30 AM until 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)

Additional Info:
Lisa Porter(s):
Lisa W Porter
Trail Rides
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Available Slots:
No Fee

** Please note, these rides will be a faster pace and longer distance than the "Slow as Molasses" trail rides.  
Please contact the ride leader if you have any questions regarding the ride. 
KP trailhead parking lot on Murton Road (Harrowsmith) to Newburgh (57km)
Start location - Meeting at 9:30am at the Murton Road KP trailhead parking lot.   
We will start on the KP trail and at the Harrowsmith junction we will head west on the Cataraqui trail, cycle through Yarker and Camden East to our destination of Newburgh.  The entire ride will be on trails.  
We will have time to stop at the Abrams Bakery in Newburgh. 
Trail (Murton Road KP trailhead parking lot) Harrowsmith to Newburgh (K&P and Cataraqui Trail)

These rides are for trail riders looking for longer outings on the K&P and Cataraqui trails. They have riding duration times of approx 3 hours, with additional time for planned stops along the way.

The trails vary from almost groomed surfaces, to loose gravel, to pot holes to gates and other obstructions. Riders must be confident they can handle these types of variations.  

Cyclist should ride bikes that are intended for trails such as: mountain, hybrid and gravel bikes. E-bikes are welcomed.  Road bikes are not adequate except for riders with exceptional bike handling skills!

Riders are expected to bring the liquid and food supplies they will need for the ride.

Helmets are Mandatory!

Riders should be familiar with Ontario's Safe Cycling Guidelines ON Safe Cycling and bring the following items with them on the ride:


- a cell phone, preferably with the "what3words" app installed

- a spare tube, pump and repair kit

- sufficient hydration and nutrition

- health card

- document showing address and emergency contact information