The County is synonymous with food and drink, thanks to acres of farmland and a community that puts its money where its mouth is when it comes to supporting local. Here's how to enjoy it to the fullest on two wheels.

Do: Plan your bigger food stops post-ride so that you can truly chill out on the road.

Don’t: Linger too long over a lazy mid-ride lunch, you’ll need to pace yourself in order to get to the finish line!

Did you know?:

Prince Edward County has over 800 kilometres of shoreline and became an island with the completion of the Murray Canal. The canal was built between 1882 and 1889 to allow for a safer and shorter route for ships sailing between Niagara and Kingston. These days, it’s part of the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site and can be traversed by two swing bridges in Brighton and Carrying Place.

Here are our favourite route picks for County wining and dining:

Prince Edward County Gravel: Tabersnack Heart Attack
Will grind gravel for poutine.
Prince Edward County Gravel: Brisket & Brewski’s
There’s no shortage of places to whet your appetite on this route, so plan your day accordingly.
Bay of Quinte Gravel: Lakeside Loops
Explore the west side of PEC by way of the backroads.

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