Swinging in Souris Manitoba

My first trip to Souris Manitoba was a bit of a memorable one. It was the first time the wife and I went on an actual ride together for more than an hour and it was…pretty weird. I cannot remember what month it was but it was a warm, extremely bright, and sunny morning when we left home in Winnipeg, then 30 minutes later it started raining. Then it started snowing. When we rode home I had to stuff a couple of ice-cold bottles of water in my jacket to cool off from the heat. Weird, right?

A Brand New CHALLENGE for All Riders

The Manitoba by Motorcycle Women’s Patch was created to recognize some of the many notable women in our province. Each stop on this ride is in honour of a Manitoban woman who has made a significant contribution to their field of history, sports, medicine, politics, activism, philanthropy, or the arts. Join in on the ride to celebrate the past, present, and future contributions of the amazing women that call Manitoba home!

It’s Almost Here!

A Brand New Crew for You 2021 was a big and busy year for Manitoba by Motorcycle and a lot of that is thanks to you. We are riding hard into 2022 with more of everything to make it even bigger and even better. Yes, you read that right. WE. Wess and Tennyson have officially…

Cannonball through Interlake Manitoba

Manitoba’s Interlake has a lot to offer and a lot to see and Interlake Tourism has curated a special Interlake Manitoba by Motorcycle route that covers the top 20 destinations. The Interlake loop has it all: Vikings, snakes, marshes, even a quarry park!

World's Largest Coke Can

Explore Central Manitoba by Motorcycle

Central Manitoba offers events throughout the year that will appeal to all ages. Fairs and festivals in the spring and summer will entertain and delight while fall dinners are a tasty bite of the prairies. Central Manitoba has countless activities for everyone on 2 wheels, 4 wheels, or no wheels if you prefer to walk/run/hike.

The Catfish Capital of the World – Selkirk Manitoba

Selkirk Manitoba is the home of Chuck the Channel Cat, a large catfish statue that hangs out at the local Smitty’s. Selkirk is roughly 20km (12 miles) north of Winnipeg along Highway 9. Known as “The Catfish Capital of the World” because of the record-sized catches on the local stretch of the Red River. The roughly 30-foot tall catfish was erected in 1986 and is named for local fisherman Chuck Norquay.

Westminster United Church

The Multiple Municipal Monuments of Winnipeg

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.