Coffee Ride, Anyone?

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One of beautiful parts of the “coffee ride” is its brevity.

Or length.

Or somewhere in between.

Pick your distance, pick your brew…..and enjoy the ride!

Kingsville’s favourite stop for cyclists
  • A ride around the quiet residential streets of Kingsville, with a stop at Red Lantern Coffee Co. on Main Street West for an Americano and a mini quiche is a perfect getaway, without leaving town.
  • ***12 km tour of the town.

  • A ride north along the paved shoulder of Division Street North, then a couple turns on quieter roads brings you to Cottam. A coffee (and something sweet or savory) at Auntie Aldoo’s Kitchen makes for a wonderful mid-day ride.
  • ***25-32 km ride.
Should also mention “brewed coffee with love……”
  • Heading west of the Town of Essex, if you ride a bit of Greenway rail trail, then some paved township roads, you will find the 14th Coffee Co (on the 14th Concession, of course). Hopefully you have room in a pocket or bike bag for some freshly roasted coffee beans!
  • ***Just under 70 km as a loop.
Cozy coffee spot — 14th Coffee Co.
  • A more ambitious ride on paved roads brings you to historic downtown Amherstburg, home of Caffeine and Company. This is a longer undertaking, but the lunch items, decadent baked good and of course, the coffee, makes it worthwhile.
  • ****Almost 100 km loop.
So decadent!

Henry Rollins said ,”What goes best with a cup of coffee? Another cup.” But what I think the answer he was looking for was “A bike ride.”

Enjoy the ride!