Guided Bicycle Tours for Groups

A great and green alternative to traditional city tours

Montréal boasts over 380 kilometres of bicycle paths and 460 kilometres of lanes and alleys. These give access to some of the most private and intriguing corners of Montréal. Discover typical Montréal decor one neighbourhood at a time.

All these bike tours are led by professional tour guides and escort-mechanics (available upon request for your safety).

Our professional guides are officially accredited after having followed training with VéloQuébec; the guides are experienced urban cyclists very well informed about Montréal's history, its architecture and its famous joie de vivre.

Our escort-mechanics are instructed on Montréal's Safety Code. Equipped with a cellular phone, a first aid kit and a tool kit, they make sure that your circuit within Montréal's streets, cycling paths and alleys will be comfortable and safe.

Bike rental: It includes a good quality 21-speed hybrid bike with a comfort seat, a bottle of water, a rear rack, a front handle bar satchel, a helmet, a security vest and a lock.

Classic visit

Photo : Yan Bellerose

On this bike roundabout, you will enjoy a panorama of the city starting at the Old Port, to the Latin Quarter, La Fontaine Park, with an unusual detour into one of the alleys of The Plateau, to Mount Royal Park, into the Golden Square Mile's Victorian ambiance, the business district, and onto Old Montréal.

After the tour, you may keep your bicycle for the rest of the day!

Rates (for approx. 4 hrs)

Minimum 5 people per departure.
$65 plus taxes per person, including the bike rental for the day.

Contact our partner Ça roule Montréal at 514 866-0633
(toll free 1 877-866-0633)
or at info

to reserve your tour today

Specialized visits  
(Rates available upon request - please contact Ça roule Montréal, tel : 1 877 866-0633)

Lachine... Beyond the Route to China

City bike tourCycle along the St-Lawrence river, upstream from the Old Port of Montréal to the neighbourhoods of Pointe-Saint-Charles, Verdun and LaSalle. Feel the spray of the rapids and watch for the herons in the beautiful bird sanctuary at Parc des Rapides.

Follow in the footsteps of the French explorers who were looking for a passage to the treasures of China! Visit Old Lachine and the exhibit on the canal and its navigation at Lock No 5. Returning, you will cycle dowstream along the Lachine Canal to the first industrial district of Canada. After a short visit to the Atwater Market, you'll return via the bike path to the departure point in Old Montréal.

Photo: B. Lajeunesse


Level: easy
Distance : 35 km
Lenght: 6 hours

The East End: Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

City bike tour
Photo: B. Lajeunesse

This tour will enable you to discover surprising Beaux-Arts design right in the middle of a working class district made famous by La Bolduc and her distinctive performing style ("turlute"). It's a splendid excursion into the East End neighbourhoods of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

On the program: local history, architecture, a short visit to the flamboyant "Cathedral of the East End", the Château Dufresne, the former Angus yards, back alleys, graffiti, Montréal's famous row houses, as well as the site of the 1976 Olympic Games. After a rest stop at the Maisonneuve Market, you'll return to the departure point via the bike path.

Level: easy
Distance : 25 km
Lenght: 3 hours


Alleys of Montréal

This tour reveals a hidden side of the metropolis through its alleys and their legends. On the program: hidden gardens, old outbuildings, washing lines, murals, graffiti and hip hop culture.

From Fortifications Lane to the "Faubourg à m'lasse" (Molasses Town), from the "Sentier des carriéreux" (Quarrymen's Trail) to the green lanes of the Plateau, this great bike circuit through little-known parts of Montréal is fascinating. You'll return to the departure point via the bike path.

City bike tour
Photo: B. Lajeunesse

Level : esay
Distance : 35 km
Lenght: 6 hours

A Serving of The Plateau

On this circuit, you will be plunged into the heterogeneous world of the metropolis' most hip district. Inhabited by both militant eco warriors, artists and creators, The Plateau evokes both the Francophone universe of playwright Michel Tremblay as well as the immigrant, Judeo-Anglo universe of the novels of Mordecai Richler.

The program will include public art in La Fontaine Park, the reading of literary excerpts at the Académie des Saints-Anges, hot bagels ($) in the Mile End, colourful Portuguese neighbourhoods, the graffiti and murals of Duluth Street, green alleys, a look at the Neo-Baroque interior of Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church and the tam-tam concerts at the foot of Mount Royal (only on Sundays). You'll return to the departure point via the bike path.

Level : easy
Distance : 20 km
Lenght : 3 hours

City bike tour
Photo: B. Lajeunesse


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