The allure of the open road, the wind in one’s hair, and the unique experiences of rural Manitoba is a timeless fascination that Manitoba by Motorcycle has managed to capture exceptionally (in my humble opinion). As an avid supporter of local tourism, I created this unique venture roughly seven years ago to showcase the beauty…
Brandon Manitoba is Manitoba’s second-largest city. Home of a super sweet purple ’67 ‘Cuda, Crows General Store, the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum and, of course, so much more.
Manitoba by Motorcycle is a tourism initiative designed to promote local motorcycle tourism. Created to highlight all the incredible places to visit in Manitoba. creative art installations, expansive parks, historic monuments, and all kinds of local attractions. There are multiple local tourism challenges to complete, each with its own requirements and reward.
Manitoba has nearly 2,400 monuments in all areas of the province but only 42 of them carry the municipal monument designation. This means these 42 are legally designated historic sites with important significance to their community. An exclusive honour reserved for the most important historic sites.
McBeth House was continuously inhabited by members of the family until 1984 (long, long time ownership) before the land and house were donated to the city of Winnipeg. It has been operating as a seniors resource centre ever since and is available to be booked for gatherings and events. A plaque at the front drive was placed on a monument built from the stone used in the original log cabin building and was unveiled in September 1987 to highlight the history of the McBeth House.
The small town of Manitou Manitoba can be found in the Pembina Valley nestled along Highway #3 between Morden and La Rivière. If you are visiting any one of those places you should also pay a visit to Manitou Manitoba.
Travel some of Manitoba’s most monumentally historic locations. Literally.
We invite riders from all over to come and explore the most historic sites that Manitoba has to offer the two-wheeled tourists (and locals