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Cycling in Manitoba is terrible all around but if you take SK 13/MB 2 from Weyburn SK to Winnipeg, It would probably be one of the better routes with nice small towns . Many of Manitoba's highways have no shoulders, so get a good mirror and watch out for trucks.I agree with most of the info in this post but on my cross Canada ride I found SK 13/MB 2 awful to ride. The road surfaces were poor, the shoulders, in particular in Manitoba, non-existent or inadequate, and, to top it all off, there was a multitude of trucks on the highways. I thought that if I was going to do it again I would look at going down to SK 13 at Gull Lake and then down to SK 18 before I got to Weyburn. I also looked at using the TCH to Regina and then using SK 48 to head southeast. Through most of Manitoba I would use either MB 3 or 23. If I used either or these routes I would plan on bypassing Winnipeg and perhaps get back on the TCH near Ste. Anne or Richer. Unfortunately I only know these roads from what I can see on Google maps. Perhaps someone else can comment on whether or not these are better routes.