Thought bike tours weren’t possible in Montreal during the winter? Think again! This 2-hour guided fat e-bike tour gets you going up Mount Royal, the city’s sprawling park. With the help of monster tires on electric bikes that grip onto winter surfaces, you can explore Montreal with ease. The powered wheels allow first-timers and experienced cyclists alike to discover the city in all its wintry splendor.
A bike ride through the forest of Mont-Tremblant isn’t just for summer. This tour uses electric bikes with thick tires (fat bikes) designed to pull riders through the snow. Leave before dark to set out in the fading sun, once it’s dark, switch on your head lamp for a look at nighttime Tremblant in the snow.
When visiting Québec City, get to know the neighboring countryside and Montmorency Falls on this small-group bike tour. Enjoy a relaxing 16-mile (25-kilometer) ride from Old Québec's bike-friendly Lower Town district to Montmorency Falls and take a cable car ride to the top of the falls provides an exceptional view of the roaring water. Also, pedal to a city park, and Domaine de Maizerets, a well-preserved historic estate. Cable car ride plus bike, helmet, water bottle, and snacks are included.
Leave the crowds behind during this half-day Montreal bike tour, covering the city’s top architecture, food, neighborhood life, and history with a local guide. Pick from among two unique tour options, each of which explores a different cross-section of this historic city’s diverse neighborhoods and fascinating culture. Best of all, keep your bike rental for the rest of the day after your tour ends. This bike tour of Montreal also includes a helmet, 21-speed bike, bottled water, one food tasting and a glass of beer or wine in historic Old Montreal.
With 450 miles (650 km) of bike paths, Montreal was meant to be discovered by bicycle. During this 3-hour guided tour, cycle through the city’s various neighborhoods, main attractions and the most unusual locations. Your in-the-know guide takes you around the most popular districts and shows you lesser-known gems. This small-group tour is limited to just 13 people, ensuring a memorable experience. Once the tour ends, enjoy a complimentary drink (with or without alcohol) at a local establishment of the Old-Montreal near Ça Roule.
Get to know the best of Old Québec City on this guided bike tour. Enjoy a relaxing ride around Old Québec's bike-friendly Lower Town district, learning about its history from 1608 to the present day. Get to know this UNESCO World Heritage Site, with educational and entertaining commentary from the knowledgeable guide. Visit the popular Place-Royale, the Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site, the cobblestone streets of Petit Champlain and more while admiring the city’s natural beauty along the Saint-Charles River. Bike, helmet, water bottle, and snacks are included.
An extensive network of bike paths makes Montreal the perfect place to explore on bicycle, and this bike tour covers the city center’s most important sites. Pedal through downtown, Old Montreal, and the banks of the St. Lawrence River as a guide shares stories about Montreal history and culture. This bike tour includes all necessary equipment, and it’s an ideal orientation to the heart of the city.
Discover the beauty of Québec City with ease on this electric bike 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 the Promenade Samuel de Champlain, the citadel of Quebec, the Notre-Dame of Quebec Cathedral, and much more. Learn about the city’s history and geography on this small-group tour limited to just 10 cyclists age 18 and over.
Leave the busy city behind, and explore the Canadian countryside on this 4-hour bike tour to Montmorency Falls from Quebec City. Spin along cycle tracks through the Domaine de Maizerets with your guide. Pedal along the St. Lawrence River, and gain insight into the region’s rich history and diverse geography. On arrival at Montmorency Falls, take the cable car skywards for panoramic views over the tumbling torrent. Cross the footbridge and marvel at the falls’ power. Then head upstream to relax on the banks of the Montmorency River.
Experience Quebec City by bike and on water on this full-day combo tour. During a bike ride covering 13 miles, explore the old city and port area. A guide shares insight into the local geography and history. Refuel with a hearty Italian lunch before embarking on a sightseeing cruise on the Saint-Lawrence River. Snap photos of the Montmorency Falls and hear commentary on board from a guide dressed as French-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet. This is the perfect, family-friendly introduction to Quebec City.
This North City bike ride ventures deep into the vibrant, eclectic, must-see ‘hoods of the Plateau, Mile-End, Little Italy, and Mile-Ex. You will ride parks, quiet streets and laneways, spot murals and street art, and visit the Jean-Talon farmer’s market. A real taste of authentic Montreal lifestyle! Even locals have discovered many things not seen before on this route. This tours includes a comfy yet stylish bike, helmet (optional) and stop for a famous Montreal bagel.
Getting off the beaten path in Montreal can be difficult on your own. This tour begins with a guided bike ride that takes in backstreets of the Plateau, Old Montreal, and the Lachine Canal, culminating in an afternoon trip to Scandi-style boat spa, Bota Bota. With lunch included and logistics taken care of, you can enjoy a dream day that would be hard to arrange independently.
Get to know the best of Old Québec City on this guided bike tour. Enjoy a relaxing 13-mile (20-kilometer) ride along the majestic St. Lawrence River and Old Québec's bike-friendly Lower Town district, learning about its history from 1608 to the present day. Get to know this UNESCO World Heritage Site with educational and entertaining commentary from the knowledgeable guide. See the famous castle/hotel Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, the Citadelle of Quebec, and more while admiring the city’s natural beauty along the Saint Lawrence River. Bike and helmet are included.
Discover downtown Montreal’s top attractions and taste the city’s best street food on this guided bike tour. Pedal (and walk) around Quebec’s largest city, exploring such landmark locations as the Old Port, the mythical Place d’Armes, the stunning squares of the central business district, and much more. Along the way, stop at some of the city’s best eateries and sample various foods while learning about Montreal’s history, architecture, and public art. Bike rental and equipment included. At the end of your adventure, relax and enjoy a drink in historic old Montreal.
Ride 12.5 miles (20 kilometers) on the scenic roads of Ile d'Orleans during this guided electric bike tour in Quebec City. You can focus on the scenery and the experience while your guide takes care of navigation; you'll make stops for chocolate and strawberry tastings, as well as sampling varietals at a local winery. Along the way, listen to insightful commentary on the area's culture, agriculture, and history.
Get on a bike and explore with us the local hangouts and lifestyle of Quebec City!This ride is all about the nature & neighbourhoods beyond the Old Quebec core, and the whole experience feels like you are on a casual ride with a local friend that loves telling stories. We keep the groups sizes small for a more intimate, personalized experience.This off-the-beaten-path tour covers hip neighbourhoods, a riverside bike route, the brand new public farmer's market, the Old Port & the St. Lawrence River.Everyone has been loving our included Norco Scene bikes - they are super comfortable and so much fun to ride.If you've never taken a bike tour before, you are more than welcome. We stop every 10-15 min or so to hear local stories & info, check out public art, or snap photos.Join us and our team to see more of Quebec City in less time - by bike!
This ride shows you the essential sights of the Upper Town, and the whole experience feels like you are on a casual ride with a local friend that loves telling stories. We keep the groups sizes small for a more intimate, personalized experience.This intro tour covers the must-see spots, shares the history, and offers stunning views. We ride to the Quebec Parliament, the Museum of Fine Arts, through the Plains of Abraham park, and to the Citadel.After a break we head to the heart of Old Quebec. Ride on the boardwalk beneath the famous Chateau Frontenac Hotel, catch the amazing views of the St. Lawrence River down below, and finally the narrow cobblestone streets back to the shop.Everyone has been loving our included Norco Scene bikes - they are super comfortable and so much fun to ride.If you've never taken a bike tour before, you are more than welcome. We stop every 10-15 min or so to hear local stories & info, check out public art, or snap photos.
Take a ride through historic Quebec City with a friend, seeing the sights and enjoying a relaxing day with a guide. Cycle by the Citadel, beside the river on the Promenade Samuel de Champlain, over the Quebec Bridge, and along the south shore before taking a scenic ferry ride back to the starting point.
This amazing 3-hour bike tour is a blueprint for travellers who want a genuine experience of Quebec City. The bike circuit takes you to authentic unmissable attractions and is like taking a journey through time. Ride inside the prestigious fortified walls of Old Quebec. Cycle through historical points of interest that date as far back as the 17th century. Visit the Seminary and Cathedral-Basilica of Notre Dame de Quebec. Venture outside the only remaining city walls north of Mexico. Pass Parliament Hill and from there; enter the impressive National Battlefields Park, known as ‘The Plains of Abraham’’ a national historic site. Enjoy pedaling in tree-lined covered streets of Montcalm most vibrant neighborhood, see how the locals live. Descend the famous Secret Passage to the Saint Lawrence River.
3-Hour Private E-Bike Tour: Explore Downtown, Old-Mtl & Old-Port, Expo 67 Islands, Lachine Canal, Village & Latin QuarterHead south through Downtown Area, the Entertainment District which welcomes in summer our famous outdoor festivals up to the Old-Montreal. Bike along the Lachine Canal and the St. Lawrence River and discover the Expo 67 Islands. A journey to understand the historic importance of these places for the Montreal skyline, while having fun cycling on bike paths by the water. Coming back to the E-bike rental shop, doing a loop, we will have the chance to have a glance at the colorful Montreal gay village and the cultural latin quarter.This tour offers great views of the city, the opportunity to have a close look to some architectural icons and some nice breeze while riding by the water and bridges!With the electric assisted bike, everything is so nice and easy! You won't fear any slope! :)
On this tour, you can enjoy the pleasures of winter in a whole new way, This electric powered bike is specially built to traverse the winter terrain for a truly unique experience through the trails of Mont-Tremblant. Wind through the forest enjoying the beautiful landscapes.
On this tour, you can enjoy the pleasures of winter in a whole new way, This electric powered bike is specially built to traverse the winter terrain for a truly unique experience through the trails of Mont-Tremblant.