Electric Bike Tour of Quebec City

Quebec City, Canada

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3 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
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Offered in: English and 1 more


Discover the beauty of Québec City by electric bike on this 3-hour tour along the St. Lawrence River. Pedal or cruise up the hill to the Plains of Abraham Park. Along the way, stop to see sights like Parc de l'anse Brown, the Promenade Samuel de Champlain, the Diamond cliff, the Appalachians and the Laurentians mountains. Learn about the city’s history and geography on this small-group tour limited to just 10 cyclists.
  • 3-hour electric bike tour of Québec City
  • Embark on a morning cycle along the St Lawrence River
  • See the Parc de l'anse Brown, the Promenade Samuel de Champlain, the Diamond cliff and the Plains of Abraham
  • Enjoy the sights without exerting too much effort with your electric bike
  • Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures a more memorable experience
Pair sightseeing with light exercise and you have this 3-hour morning electric bike tour of Québec City. After a safety briefing, follow your guide for a pleasant ride along the St Lawrence River.
Learn about Samuel de Champlain, who founded the city in 1608. During the tour, you’ll have opportunities to stop and snap photos of the Promenade Samuel de Champlain, the Diamond cliff, the south shore, and the Parc de l'anse Brown.
Rest at the observation tower and enjoy the river views. Cycle up a hill and arrive at the Plains of Abraham, an easy feat with your electric bike. Imagine the various battles that took place here, as your guides provides historical insight.
Pedal past the canons, the museum of fine arts, the Martello towers, and reach the lookout boasting incredible views of the Appalachians and the Laurentians mountains.
Admire the Citadel of Québec before winding through the old city and back to your departure point.


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Yin Z
, Oct 2018

We enjoyed this biking tour very much. Will do it again if i ever come to Quebec city again.
Eletric bike is the perfect tool exploring Quebec City. We told our guide that we had a city walking tour the next day, so we only spent small portion of our time at Old town and focus on other areas. If you only have a short time in Quebec city, walking tour Plus this biking tour is the perfect combination to explore the city. We also take the sunset river cruise, and self drive to the water fall...Love to come back to this lovely city.

, Jul 2018

Pierre our tour guide was very friendly and had all sorts of interesting information about the history of the city. If you're a little hesitant about pedaling up some of QC's challenging hillsides, electric bikes are the way to go.

, Dec 2017

Yessirree, we sure enjoyed our tour with our guide, Paul. My wife and I are older and we were intimidated by riding in Quebec City as there are lots of grades. The tour turned out quite do-able because we were riding electric bikes. This is the first I have seen, but they are amazing-- push a button and it takes you right up a hill and adjust another button and it assists: the pedaling to your liking. This bike shop is directly across the street from where cruise ship is docked and they are quite nice folks indeed.
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Duane R
, Nov 2017

This is the best way to see the old parts of Quebec City. Our guide was very knowledgeable and patient. My wife and I are not in the best shape, but we had no difficulties with the electric bikes. Our tour group was only 5 people and I was told that was the typical size. We had to leave the last part of the tour due to rain, but still about 2.5 hours.

Erica H
, Sep 2017

Great fun way to see the city. Our guide Paul was very informative on the city's history and culture. Would be too difficult to tour on a regular bike due to the hills, but so easy on the electric bike while still getting the level of exercise you want.


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