Canada's Most Rider Friendly Contest 2017

A rural tourism initiative of the Rider Friendly Business Association® and is sponsored by Community Futures of Alberta.

Canada's Most Rider Friendly Community Contest
We are currently taking nominations for Canada's Most Rider Friendly Community Contest for the 2017 Riding Season!

Nominations close March 15, 2018

Who's Nominated So Far?

Check the section below!

Who's Nominated So Far?

British Columbia

Prince George
Cranbrook
Nelson
Kelowna
Kamloops
Vernon
Chilliwack
Langley
Sicamous
Salmon Arm
Port Hardy
Courtenay
Namu
Port Alberni
Williams Lake
Abbotsford
Creston Castlegar
High River

Yukon Territory

Beaver Creek

Saskatchewan

Weyburn
Yorkton
Nipawin
Creighton
Carlyle
Kenossee
Estevan
Maple Creek
Assiniboia
Montmarte
Moosemin
East End
Swift Current
Big River
Watrous

Alberta

Acheson
Rosedale
Dunmore
Lloydminster
St. Paul
Two Hills
Lac La Biche
Plamondon
Grande Prairie
Okotoks
Nanton
Brooks
Camrose
Rocky Mountain House
Nisku
Athabasca

North West Territories

Yellowknife
Fort Smith

Manitoba

Virden Morden
Steinbach
Ille des Chenes
Headingley
Gimli
Swan River
Dauphin
Holland
Snow Lake
Minneosa
Flyn Flon
Manitou

Ontario

Barrie
Orillia
Renfrew
Timmins
Espanola
Bracebridge
Hornepayne
White River
North Bay
Huntville
Barrie
Bobcaygeon
Collingwood
Owen Sound
Pembroke
Peterborough
Kakabeka Falls
Cavan-Monaghan
Oakville
Blenheim
Chatham
Corunna
Hensal
Kenora
Ignace
Clinton
Vermillion Bay

Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown
Ellerslie
Summerside

New Brunswick

Moncton
Saint John
Fredericton
Hartland
Jacksonville
Grand-Falls
Campbellton
Miramichi
Shediac
Saint Andrews

Nova Scotia

Mahone Bay
Yarmouth
Louisdale
Cape North
Windsor

Newfoundland

Stephenville
Corner Brook
Deer Lake
Rocky Harbour
Cow Head
Saint Lunaire-Griquet
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