Will grind gravel for poutine. This introductory gravel route will have you climbing a couple knobbly hills, but it’s scattered with asphalt sections to provide some downtime. After the Benway Road section, Tabersnack will be the light at the end of the Millennium Trail. Rest up and then get ready to pedal! By the time you reach Pulver Road, you’ll be warmed up for a steep ascent that’s worth it on the other side.

***Update! The original restaurant the route is named for has closed as of 2022. In it's place, you'll find the new BS BBQ, which we haven't tried yet, but can't wait to enjoy! We're sure you'll find something to fuel you for the ride home.

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