It’s a shame because both cities have wonderful bike trails and routes. Ontario’s wine country is a 28 mile bike ride away and mostly on a rural trail. Or if you’re more ambitious, there is now a bike route from Windsor to Montreal.
And let’s not forget the other side of tourism. There are many Canadians wanting to ride in Detroit. Windsor is easily accessible by VIA Rail, which offers bike roll-on service.
While Detroit is building a 26-mile Inner Circle Greenway, Windsor is building a 26-mile bike route called the Windsor Loop. The bridge can connect them both for an epic, international riding option.
What is the Detroit Greenways Coalition doing about re-establishing international crossings for bicyclists?
Plenty, and now we’ve documented that with a new web page called, Bicycling access between Detroit and Windsor.
The only downside to this discussion is the timeline. The new bridge is at least five years away and ferry service is unknown.