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Leave the crowds behind during this 4-hour, half-day Montreal bike tour, covering the city’s top architecture, food 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, you’ll get to keep your bike rental for the whole day after your tour ends. This bike tour of Montreal also includes a helmet, 21-speed bike, bottled water and one food tasting.

Highlights

  • See the best of Montreal on a professional guided bike tour
  • Choose from the City Tour or the Vista Architecture Tour
  • Ride on a 21 speed hybrid bike with comfortable seats
  • Bottled water provided
  • Helmets are included to ensure safety
  • Enjoy a leisurely ride of 14 to 20 kilometers over 4 hours
  • Food tasting stop

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What You Can Expect

4-Hour Montreal Half-Day Bike Tour

Montreal Guided Bike Tour

Feel like a local during this 4-hour bike-lover’s cycling tour of Montreal. With two distinct excursion choices, covering different aspects of the city’s architecture, history and food, you’re sure to get a great feel for this beautiful French-Canadian metropolis.
Start your biking excursion at de la Commune Street East, arriving at least 15-20 minutes before your scheduled tour time. At the time of booking choose between 9:30am and 1pm departure options. Then cycle out into the city for an exploration of its wealth of attractions on two wheels.
Pick the “City Tour” for a great 9 mile (14km) ride through Montreal from its Old Port area to its Latin Quarter, making a stop for a snack at the world-famous St-Viateur Bagel and then continuing past Mont-Royal Park and into Old Montreal. Or choose the “Vista Architecture Tour” to explore some of the city’s most unique buildings on a 13-mile (20km) ride, including the Estacade which spans the Saint-Lawrence River, plus food tasting at Montreal's well known bakery, Premiere Moisson.

For a full description of each tour option, please check out the itinerary details below.

Itinerary

City Tour: Led by an informative tour guide, you will enjoy a panorama of the city covering a route of approximately 9 miles (14 kilometers). Begin at the Old Port and cycle to the Latin Quarter. Continue to La Fontaine Park, with an unusual detour into one of the alleys of The Plateau. Enjoy a refreshment stop at 'St-Viateur Bagel' and get the opportunity to taste their world-famous bagels! This legendary bakery has been part of the city's culture and of local people's everyday living since 1957. You will then continue to Mount-Royal Park, into the Victorian ambiance of the Golden Square Mile, cycle through the business district, and conclude your cycling tour in Old Montreal.

Vista Architecture Tour: See all of Montreal's famous scenic areas and architectural buildings on this 13 mile (20 kilometers) bike ride. Pedal along the Saint-Lawrence River and enjoy the views from the water. Discover Montreal's unique architectural works and culture. Learn about the historical importance of the Saint-Lawrence River over Montreal, and uncover architectural works and parks that have defined Montreal. You will cross the Saint-Lawrence river via the 'Estacade', a structure built between 1964 and 1965 to control ice formation and movements. At the famous Atwater market, enjoy a food tasting at Montreal's well known bakery, Premiere Moisson.

Please click 'Important Info' tab to view operating schedule before selecting the bike tour of your choice

Customer Reviews

Margo B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Great tour, very helpful and knowledgeable staff. Brune La Jeunesse really loved the city and it showed throughout our tour! Bikes were in great condition and I didn't realize we could keep them all day, which was a great added bonus! A highlight of my trip!

Juddclark

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

This bike tour was the HIGHLIGHT of my 50th birthday celebration/5 day trip to Montreal. Our tour was a small personal group of 6 riders and our guide Bruno was AMAZING. Guide books can't come anywhere close to what we were able to see and do with this tour. We were introduced to a culture so rich in history and our private guide filled us with local stories and sometimes, his family history since he was born and raised in this city. Our 4 hour tour took us: through the historic city, introduced us to the French, English and Canadian architecture, delivered us across bridges and the river, through smaller towns within the district, around the Olympic park and the 1967 World Fair Expo site, a lap around the Montreal Grand Prix course, a cruise down Lachine Canal, and a stop at a neighborhood market with a local bakery that hands down, offered the best pastry I've eaten in the last 10 years.

I would not hesitate to recommend this tour to anyone 8-80 years old. Take it at the beginning of your trip to get oriented to the city so you can figure out where you're like to spend some more time. BOOK IT.

You won't regret this tour...and I'm pretty sure it will be the highlight of YOUR trip to Montreal.

Steven S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

excellent way to see Montreal. Thank you

mireillevanhout

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

We had a wonderful time, great guide Mike, lovely tour. Good way to explore the city, our kids 10 and 12 years old also liked it a lot!

Robert C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Great guide - lovely city - lots of stops and interesting stories - wish we had done earlier in our trip - highly recomend

Anne K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Wonderful tour! We were able to explore parts of the city we probably would never have seen during our short trip. Everyone was extremely helpful when I got a flat tire too! We were completely exhausted by the end, but definitely worth it!

Kirby R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Very fun way to see the city while having a seasoned guide! For the most part, the ride was easy, except for maybe one or two hills. I recommend doing the bike tour the first day you are in Montreal. It helped us know what to do or go back to see during the rest of our trip.

Rebecca W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Pam was fantastic - ask for her. We ended up with a private tour because it was raining and the others cancelled. i'd do it again!

Leslie United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This trip is a must do for anyone who wants to know a little more about the city and doesn't just want hangout in Old Town Montreal. We found Bruno to a wonderful tour guide and really wished we would have taken the tour the 1st day we arrived. The tour gave us history, scenery, and chance to learn about culture and where we could eat outside the tourist traps.

Grahame W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

We had a great time. Pamela was a great tour guide.

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