Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Rockford, MI, USA
Canada is easy traveling.
Insurance wise you will need a certificate stating you policy includes Canada. You agent can supply the document (about the size of a postcard).
The south side of Lake Erie is boring until you get to New York, at least on the North side there are lots of very good wineries (stay on Canada 3 to NY). If you decide to got through Detroit you will have to take the Ambassador bridge, no bikes allowed in the tunnel. (Southern Michigan isn't that great either)
I agree with going through New York, Vermont, NH,
On Second thought head up through Wisconsin, Cross into to Canada at Sault Ste. Marie and take Canada 17 east, head South on 69 at Sudbury, Catch Lake Ontario at Oshawa, (Canada 2, not 401 here follow the lake, and than drop into New York on I81, catch 12 out of Watertown southeast to 28 and head east on it, to 8, up 9N to Ticonderoga and into Vermont, took us four days to cross Vermont into New Hampshire, keep finding fun roads.
We kept sending the laundry home via UPS and buying new at Walmart and Kmart.
'07 K1200GT Crystal Gray Metalic
'00 Ducati 900 Monster