Ride The Canadian Maritimes – 11 Days

One departure – 10 June 2025.

Total riding distance 2,288 kms / 1,418 miles.

Tour Highlights:

  • Halifax Walking Tour: Explore Halifax Waterfront, The Citadel National Historic Site, the Titanic, the 1917 Explosion, and more.
  • Tall Ship Silva Dinner Cruise: Sail through Halifax Harbour.
  • Peggy’s Cove: Visit this world-famous site.
  • Nova Scotia’s South Shore: Ride along the rugged and scenic coastline.
  • Lunenburg: Experience this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Bay of Fundy Ferry Crossing: Marvel at the wonders of the Bay of Fundy and Hopewell Rocks.
  • Seafood Delights: Indulge in lobster and seafood feasts.
  • Confederation Bridge: Ride the 14.5 km bridge to Prince Edward Island.
  • Prince Edward Island: Discover Canada’s smallest province and visit the Anne of Green Gables Heritage Site.
  • Northumberland Strait Ferry Crossing: Journey from Prince Edward Island to Cape Breton Island.
  • Cape Breton Island: Immerse yourself in Acadian and Scottish culture.
  • Nova Scotia’s Highland Heart: Experience the heart of Nova Scotia.
  • Cabot Trail: Ride this world-famous route through Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
  • Alexander Graham Bell Museum: Visit this historical site.
  • Baddeck: Discover the home of the first manned-powered flight in Canada.
  • Photo Ops: Capture breathtaking moments along the way.

Join us for an extraordinary adventure across the iconic Canadian Maritimes, where each twist and turn promises discoveries and unforgettable memories. This tour is perfect for those who crave the freedom of the open road and the beauty of Canada’s East Coast. Get ready to ride, explore, and create lasting memories with fellow motorcycle enthusiasts.

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DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONMoncton / Moncton, New Brunswick



Day 01: Tuesday 10 June 2024 – Arrival Moncton, New Brunswick

Included Meals: Dinner

Arrive as early as possible on 10 June 2024. Perhaps even the day before so you will not be rushed and will be rested and adjusted to any time change. Check-in to the Rodd Hotel, Moncton. Freedom Biker Tours crew members will be available to assist. After you are checked in we will pick up the bikes. This evening, we’ll have a meet-and-greet gathering including a welcome dinner, orientation and briefing at the Pumphouse Brew Pub & Restaurant hosted by Freedom Biker Tours.

Accommodation: Rodd Hotel, Moncton

Day 02: Wednesday 11 June 2024 – Shediac Bay ‘Lobster Tales’ Cruise and Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island.

Riding: 167 Kilometres / 104 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Kickstands up at 08:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. This morning, we will ride to Shediac, New Brunswick, the “Lobster Capital of the World”. After a group photo with the world’s largest lobster, we move to the waterfront where we’ll climb aboard a waiting vessel for an interactive ‘Lobster Tales’ cruise on the warm waters of Shediac Bay. Learn about the lobster fishing industry while enjoying a freshly cooked lobster feast, deliciously famous in Acadian culture. Later, we’ll ride across the 14½ km long Confederation Bridge onto Prince Edward Island. If you’ve never experienced this bridge before, it is a sight to behold; especially on a motorcycle which will include stopping for a group photo with our bikes and the bridge, then souvenir shopping before heading to Canada’s birthplace of Confederation, Charlottetown. Dinner tonight is on your own with plenty of fun places to eat in Downtown Charlottetown, including Chamber’s Restaurant & Pub at our hotel.

Accommodation: Rodd Royalty Hotel, Charlottetown

Day 03: Thursday 12 June 2025 – Anne of Green Gables, Cavendish Beach, Thunder Cove Beach and Prince Edward Island National Park

Riding: 174 Kilometres / 108 miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 08:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we’ll cruise around Prince Edward Island. Our first stop will be a lighthouse on the Atlantic coast, in Prince Edward Island National Park. From there we’ll ride to Cavendish Beach where we will experience the famous red sand beaches of Prince Edward Island. A little further along we’ll visit the Anne Of Green Gables heritage site to learn about the island’s famous daughter. We’ll have a stop n’ stretch break at Prince Edward Island Preserves where you can have a taste of down-home island cooking for lunch if you’re hungry. Be sure to shop for their hand-made fresh preserves and jellies. We’ll finish off the afternoon with a leisurely ride through the countryside back to Charlottetown arriving early enough to allow for us to enjoy the Downtown of this quaint little city. Dinner is on your own tonight.

Accommodation: Rodd Royalty Hotel, Charlottetown

Day 04: Friday 13 June 13 2025 – Cape Breton Island (1 ferry crossing)

Riding: 350 Kilometres / 217 miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 08:00 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Leaving early, we have a ferry to catch and lots of ground to cover. Today we will ride over to Wood Islands to catch the Northumberland Ferry which will take us on a 75-minute trip across the Northumberland Strait back to Nova Scotia. After disembarking the ferry, our ride will take us along the coast to the Cape George lighthouse. Then we’ll ride through the ‘Highland Heart’ of Nova Scotia to the Strait of Canso which separates the mainland of Nova Scotia from Cape Breton Island. Cape Breton Island was originally settled by Loyalists from New York State following the American Revolution. These settlers were followed by Scottish immigrants, who chose this region because it reminded them of their homeland. Near the Canso Causeway we’ll have a stop n’ stretch for a photo-op of the Canso Strait and Porcupine Mountain. Then, making a path for Baddeck, we’ll also visit one of Canada’s most popular attractions, the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, overlooking beautiful Bras d’Or Lake. J.A.D. McCurdy flew the first manned powered Canadian flight above the ice of Baddeck Bay in his famous ‘Silver Dart’ in February 1909. Dinner tonight is at McCurdy’s Restaurant at our hotel overlooking Bras d’Or Lake.

Accommodation: Silver Dart Lodge, Baddeck

Day 05: Saturday 14 June 2025 – The Cabot Trail

Riding: 298 Kilometres / 184 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Picnic Lunch

Kickstands up at 8:00 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we will ride the loop of the world-famous Cabot Trail. Going counterclockwise, we usually will have the ocean on our right. Our first scenic viewpoint is after a nice set of corners at the top of Cape Smokey. After a short pit stop at the beautiful Celtic Lodge, we cut across the high points of the Cape Breton Highlands, and the many twists and turns needed to get there. After the switchbacks of Mackenzie Mountain, we stop at its scenic viewpoint. From there we will dismount for a picnic lunch and a stroll along the majestic Skyline trail. We’ll enjoy the epic views that this walk shows us. We’ll then continue to Cheticamp and the famous Floras Gift Shop. We’ll make a point of stopping at Margaree Harbour to get a photo in front of the Cabot Trail sign. How else would your friends believe you were there? We’ll then cruise along the western side of the island returning to Baddeck for the night. Dinner is on your own tonight.

Accommodation: Silver Dart Lodge, Baddeck

Day 06: Sunday 15 June 2025 – Cape Breton Island to Halifax

Riding: 401 Kilometres / 249 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. We leave Cape Breton Island today riding across the Canso Causeway heading south along scenic and twisty roads through sleepy little towns heading towards the incredible rugged coastlines and views as we cruise along the shore towards Halifax. Stopping for a stretch and a snack at a quaint tearoom in Sherbrooke, we will continue along the coast riding southwest along the eastern shoreline towards Halifax.

Accommodation: Hampton Inn By Hilton, Halifax Downtown

Day 07: Monday 16 June 16 2025 – A Day off the Bikes – Halifax Walking Tour, Citadel, Titanic, Harbour Cruise, and More…

Riding: Not today

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

We can sleep in a little bit today. After breakfast, we partake in a walking tour of Halifax guided by our friend from TayMac Tours. Learn the history of the city’s war years, and the exploits and heroism of the citizens who lived through the devastating Halifax explosion on December 06, 1917. Learn about the city’s connection to the Titanic disaster. Experience the beautiful waterfront, and pay a visit to The Citadel, which is the fourth British military fortification built on Citadel Hill in the centre of Halifax. It has now been restored and is a Canadian National Historic Site. The original fortification was built in 1749. Tonight, we will enjoy a Maritime experience, the ‘Tall Ship Silva’ dinner cruise of Halifax Harbour.

Accommodation: Hampton Inn By Hilton, Halifax Downtown

Day 08: Tuesday 17 June 2025 – Peggy’s Cove, the South Shore and Lunenburg

Riding: 282 Kilometres / 175 miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. As we ride south from Halifax, we’ll cruise along Nova Scotia’s famous ‘Lighthouse Route’ a beautiful scenic ride that will take us through picturesque coastal villages and inlets to the rugged fishing community of Peggy’s Cove.

With its breathtaking location on a narrow coastal inlet characterised by wave-worn granite rocks and crashing surf, it’s easy to see why this charming little community is perhaps Canada’s most photographed site. With a year-round population of 30, Peggy’s Cove is a sleepy little town famous for several things including beautiful ocean waters, a small narrow inlet, a scenic lighthouse, and the unfortunate crash 8 km offshore of Swissair Flight 111 on 2 September 1998, after departing from New York’s JFK Airport.

Departing Peggy’s Cove, we’ll ride along Nova Scotia’s beautiful South Shore through the picturesque seaside village of Mahone Bay to arrive in the scenic town of Lunenburg, founded in 1753. With its brightly coloured buildings lining the shore, Lunenburg is considered one of Canada’s most colourful postcard-perfect towns and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We’ll have lunch overlooking the sailboat-filled harbour before riding some twists and turns along the route back to Halifax, passing through small villages that add character to the Lighthouse Route. Dinner is on your own tonight. Enjoy the many fun dining opportunities along the Halifax Harbourfront. We recommend The Lower Deck on the waterfront, for fun, good food and Maritime Hospitality.

Accommodation: Hampton Inn By Hilton, Halifax Downtown

Day 09: Wednesday 18 June 2025 – Nova Scotia Shoreline & New Brunswick (1 ferry crossing)

Riding: 398 Kilometres / 246 miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Departing Halifax inland, our ride today travels out past the local riders’ favourite ‘Fall River Tim Hortons’, and our route follows the historic Shubenacadie Canal for a time before we turn and ride through rich farmlands and pastures. After a stop in Windsor, the Blomidon Look-Off, one of the more scenic mainland viewpoints will be our destination for a photo-op. We’ll then continue riding a short distance to Halls Harbour, visiting this small fishing village on the Bay of Fundy. Be sure to note where the waterline is when you arrive, as the world record tides will make a dramatic change. The tide will be going out and will drop nearly 3 meters while we have lunch. Moving back up to the Northern side of the Annapolis Valley, our ride continues to Historic Annapolis Royal, on the Digby Gut, one of the first North American settlement areas over 400 years ago. After a short visit to this quaint area, we will move through Digby to catch the MV Fundy Rose on which we will enjoy crossing the Bay of Fundy to Saint John New Brunswick, where our hotel for the night is a short ride from the ferry terminal. Dinner is on your own onboard the ferry.
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Saint John Harbour View

Day 10 Thursday 19 June 2025 – Fundy Trail Parkway, Bay of Fundy, Hopewell Rocks, and Moncton

Riding: 218 Kilometres / 135 miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Our ride along the north side of the Bay of Fundy will be a challenge between wanting to carve the corners or revel in the scenery. After a short ride from the hotel, we’ll check out a seaside village for a stop n’ stretch and some coffee and tea while exploring a covered bridge. Departing from there, we enter the Fundy Trail Parkway. There will be a couple of scenic viewpoint and photo-op stops along the way, and a snack and refreshment stop at some point as we traverse this amazingly scenic stretch of road. Stopping to experience the magnificent Hopewell Rocks. A short hike will allow us to walk on the sea floor among the towering rock cliffs if we are there at low tide. From there it’s a short ride through Moncton to our hotel. Dinner tonight is at the Keg Steakhouse & Bar hosted by Freedom Biker Tours where we will relax, laugh, and enjoy a good last meal together, and reminisce about our ride and experiences together.

Accommodation: Rodd Hotel, Moncton

Day 11: Friday 20 June 2025

Depart for Home or Wherever Your Next Adventure Takes You…

You’re pretty much on your own today, but the Freedom Biker Tours crew will be hanging around to help and say goodbye.

Thank you for riding with Freedom Biker Tours

Ride Be Real and Find Your Freedom

Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 

Tour and Event Highlights


Night 1: Rodd Hotel, Moncton

Night 2: Rodd Royalty, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Night 3: Rodd Royalty, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Night 4: Silver Dart Lodge, Baddeck, NS

Night 5: Silver Dart Lodge, Baddeck, NS

Night 6: Hampton Inn By Hilton, Halifax Downtown

Night 7: Hampton Inn By Hilton, Halifax Downtown

Night 8: Hampton Inn By Hilton, Halifax Downtown

Night 9: Crowne Plaza Saint John Harbour View

Night 10: Rodd Hotel, Moncton

Summary of What’s Included:

10 Night’s Accommodation, 16 Meals, All Gratuities and Taxes for Included Meals, Motorcycle Fuel, All Ferry Fees, All Park Fees, All Attraction Fees, All Excursion Fees, Guides, Support Vehicle, and all Other Taxes Except Maritimes 15% Harmonized Sales Tax.

What’s Not Included:

Airfare and 15% Maritimes Harmonized Sales Tax

Tour Dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Ride The Maritimes10-Jun-2520-Jun-2510-Apr-25

Prices (CAD) Canadian Dollars

We supply the Harley Davidson Motorcycle/s. *

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in CAD per person
21 Harley DavidsonTwin / Double$8,039 + 15% HST
11 Harley DavidsonSingle$11,495 + 15% HST
22 Harley DavidsonsTwin / Double$9,709 + 15% HST

Bring your Motorcycle/s. **

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in CAD per person
21 Motorcycle (yours)Twin / Double$6,745 + 15% HST
11 Motorcycle (yours)Single$8,909 + 15% HST
22 Motorcycles (yours)Twin / Double$7,120 + 15% HST

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Step #1: Book your Ride with Freedom Biker Tours using our online reservations form. Each Rider and Passenger must complete and submit their reservation form. Payment of deposit is not required to submit the reservation form. You will be contacted after submitting the form and deposit(s) will be collected at that time. Let us know if you need transfers in Moncton.

Step #2: If you’re not riding your bike, motorcycle rentals are from Moncton Harley-Davidson. We’ll pick up rental motorcycles when you arrive after you check in to the hotel. The rental contract is exclusively between the Tour Participant (renter) and Moncton Harley-Davidson (rental company). Freedom Biker Tours assumes no liability.

Motorcycle rental includes a choice of the following Harley-Davidson models, so book early to ensure your preferred model, subject to availability at the time of reservation.

• Ultra Limited

• Road Glide Limited

• Street Glide Special

• Road Glide Special

• Road King Special

• Heritage Softail

All rental motorcycles come with fairings or windscreens (depending on the bike model), driver floorboards, saddle bags, passenger backrest, passenger foot pegs or floorboards and highway pegs.

A Driver’s Backrest is available for a flat rate one-time charge of $50 at the discretion of the renter and must be confirmed at the time of the initial reservation.

Included with the motorcycle rental are the following:

• Roadside Assistance

• Insurance

• Unlimited Mileage

• Helmets and Rain Gear (if you don’t bring your own)

Damage Deposit

A per bike damage deposit of CAD $2,500 is required for each rental at the time of pick-up. Moncton Harley-Davidson will take this deposit in the form of a pre-authorization on the tour participant’s credit card. This is not a charge, merely a pre-authorization. When the bike is returned with no damage, the pre-authorization will be released.

If you’re not renting a motorcycle and want to ride your own, we can help with the shipping of your bike. Through our partners, The Canadian Motorcycle Tourism Association and CMTA Travel Services, we have options for shipping your motorcycle to Moncton and back home so you can join us for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. CLICK HERE for more information.

Step #3: Make arrangements to get your butt to Moncton, New Brunswick. Make your way to our hotel and check in. Connect with the Freedom Biker Tours Crew, and Find Your Freedom…

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The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us at Ride The World Motorcycle Tours.

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