Gentlemen (and women), start your motors! [caption id="attachment_4152" align="aligncenter" width="363" caption="It's Friday the 13th in Port Dover, Ontario (Photo: courtesy Norfolk Tourism)"] [/caption] The quain resort town of Port Dover, Ontario, is located in Norfolk County, on the shores of Lake Erie. Its population hovers around 5,500 - except for any Friday the 13th when thousands of motorcycle riders and enthusiasts converge on the town, no doubt startling the United Empire Loyalists in their graves, the folks who settled the area in 1794. [caption id="attachment_4153" align="aligncenter" width="360" caption="Cyclists of all stripes and sizes descend in a friendly fashion on the Town of Port Dover, Ontario (Photo: Courtesy Norfolk County Tourism)"] [/caption] As many as 75,000 bikers and fans of motorcycles and their admirers make their way to Port Dover on Friday the 13th from from all over Canada and the United States. "It's a friendly vibe," says one local resident. If you can't make it for Friday the 13th, Norfolk County is alive with things to do all year long: live theatre, festivals, farmers markets, museums and historic sites, and plenty of summer activities such as boating, waterskiing and swimming. Visit Norfolk County Tourism - www.norfolktourism.ca for more information.