a friend and i rented a 911cab for a day 2 yrs ago and spent several hrs in that area. the roads are really fun once you get to know them... just make sure you go when there isnt a lot of traffic. oakville area has one or two nice stretches too.
i cant remember the website, but we found a motorcycle website that had abt 15 different rides in s. ontario. it even rated the rides. i just tried looking and couldnt find it.
I'd have to say the DVP at night (when there is no traffic) and if you like the winding roads, try downmills rd between Eglinton and O'Conner Dr. It winds up through the DVP and up the bluffs right before the road ends at O'Conner. Gives you a good rush, but if your not familiar with the road, I'd say drive it normally first cause there are quite a few sharp turns.
Rosseau, Ontario, about 3 hours North of Toronto has lots of little twists and hills and turns etc. All the roads were repaved last year too. I have some in laws there that we visit as often as possible, where my big boat was ugly in the turns, the hatch comes alive and i'm asked to slow down a lot
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man, best spot to drive in all of Ontario, The Lakeshore! the dam indy is there for a reason. 3am-5am, best driving in the world. my buddy hit 260 in his G35 coupe for at least 10 seconds.
Were you with your buddy when he hit 260? Whats that about 160 mph? hard to believe. What stretch of the Lakeshore? Need a lot of road ditance to get up to that speed before any lights or curves..
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One of my buddies said that Weston Road (spelling? Westin Road?) was a nice place to drive, i havent been there myself, but im just waiting to make my way up there... anyone else been there?
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