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Cabot Trail Biker Lobster Tour


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A few spots are still remaining for the June 2020 tour of the Cabot Trail!

Inspired by the trip Daniel Ross helped plan for Harley-Davidson’s Documentary project ‘Common Ground’, he’s now offering my trip of a lifetime to you!

Everything is included in the price of the tour:

  • All of your fuel
  • All of your food
  • All of your accommodations
  • All of your snacks
  • All of your excursions
  • All of your side missions

We get to ride together. As a posses. As a crew. We will have other Nova Scotia bikers joins on different sections of  the trail and our side missions. When you are here, you are one of us!

And of course, the highlight of the tour, eating lobster!
We ride to the wharf. Park our bikes.  Walk onto an active lobster boat. Head out on the Atlantic Ocean and catch our own lobster. You get to catching and eat your own lobster!

For more information, registration and pricing please visit my website.

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