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Quebec Province Bike tours

Our most recommended Quebec Province Bike tours

Ile d'Orleans: Electric Bike Rental

1. Ile d'Orleans: Electric Bike Rental

Pick up your bike at the rental shop at Motel Ile d'Orleans, close to the island's bridge. Upon arrival, you’ll get a safety introduction, and you can take your bike for a quick test ride. Enjoy a smooth ride on these modern electric bikes that allow you to cycle the island with ease. Before heading out on your ride, you will receive a map with a personalized route to help you discover Île d'Orléans. You also have the option to choose your own route as you go; this is a self-guided tour and the opportunity for discovery is endless. Plan between 3 to 5 hours for your cycling tour, including several stops along the way. Enjoy the option to stop for tastings of local farm products along the way, learn about the island’s history from the beginning of its colonization, and admire one of the region’s most beautiful landscapes. During your ride, you'll enjoy spectacular views over the Saint-Lawrence-River with endless opportunities to take great photos.

Montréal: Electric Fat Tire Bike Ride on Mount Royal

2. Montréal: Electric Fat Tire Bike Ride on Mount Royal

Venture outdoors in the depths of winter and discover Montréal in all its splendor at a magical time of year. Don't be fooled; this is no time to stay indoors! Meet at the pre-arranged meeting point to head to Mount Royal by electric fat tire bike, designed to grip the challenging winter surfaces with ease. Benefit from the monster tires and powered wheels to make light work of the snow for first-timer bikers and seasoned cyclists alike. Like the Eiffel Tower and Empire State Building, Mount Royal can serve as a landmark to orient yourself in the city. Although in reality no more than a large hill in the heart of Montréal, Montréalers are proud of their "mountain." Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature and sense of space in the public park. Get wonderful views from the summit, where the lookout was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, famous for his work at New York's Central Park. Mont Royal doesn't let winter cramp its style. Its 190 hectares (470 acres) offer some of the city's most stunning skyline views from the top of its 3 peaks. The highest rises a modest 233 meters (764 feet) above sea level. Experience a sprawling playground perfect for cycling, and see Montréal from a different perspective.

Montreal: Guided Bike Tour of City, Old Port & Plateau

3. Montreal: Guided Bike Tour of City, Old Port & Plateau

Experience the most bike-friendly city in North America as you explore Montreal on two wheels. With a large network of bike paths, Montreal was meant to be discovered by bicycle. Choose from 3- or 4-hour bike tour with the option to upgrade to an e-bike. Begin your adventure at the bike shop located in historic Old Montreal. After being equipped and briefed on safety, set off under the guidance of your experienced guide.  Discover the city’s well-known and lesser-known sights as you ride through its various neighborhoods, main attractions, and more unusual locations. Take in the atmosphere at the bustling Old-Port and soak up the hip vibe in the Latin Quarter. Admire the greenery of La Fontaine Park and pass by the Plateau, the entrance to the Mont-Royal Park, and the McGill University campus. View the high rises of the business district and take in the charm of Old Montreal. Extend your trip with the 4-hour tour and ride through Montreal’s Mile End neighborhood. Enjoy a gourmet stop along the way at Saint-Viateur Bagel to taste Montreal’s famous bagels. End your tour with a complimentary drink (with or without alcohol) at an Old Montreal resto-pub. Have the option to continue to explore the city on your own after the tour by keeping for the rest of the day and returning it at closing time.

Ile d'Orleans Bike Rental

4. Ile d'Orleans Bike Rental

Start your cycling and sightseeing adventure by acquiring your rental bike at the rental shop at the Motel Ile d'Orleans, close to the island's bridge. Upon arrival, receive a safety introduction, and before you leave feel free to give your bike a test in the nearby parking lot. Before heading out onto the street, receive a map with a personalized course to discover Île d'Orléans. Alternatively, you may form your own path as you go; this is a self-guided tour and the opportunity for discovery is endless. Plan for around 3 hours to cycle around, including several stops along your way. Enjoy local farm product tasting (at your own expense) and admire one of the region’s most beautiful landscapes. During your entire ride, you'll enjoy spectacular views over the Saint Lawrence River with multiple possibilities to take great photos.

Île d'Orléans: Food Tasting and Cultural E-bike Tour

5. Île d'Orléans: Food Tasting and Cultural E-bike Tour

Meet your local tour guide at the Motel Ile d'Orleans, close to the island's bridge. Upon arrival, you'll receive detailed safety introduction and the chance to try the electric bikes in the parking lot. Your small group will follow the guide along the sidewalk of Chemin Royal, as there is no bike path on Ile d'Orleans. The tour is about 20 km and will take about 3 hours, taking you to the island's most beautiful village, St. Petronille. The first stop is the Gosselin farm. You'll taste the famous Strawberries of Ile d'Orleans and learn about local agriculture. You'll then visit the gardens of Charles E. L. Porteous' French manor, built in 1898. Your guide will underline the important role this building played through history. Heading further, you'll reach St.Petronille with its picturesque streets. At the Chocolaterie, in the village's heart, take a break from cycling and stroll on the St.Lawrence River's banks instead, enjoying the fantastic view of Quebec's skyline and ice cream dipped in home-made chocolate! Back on the bikes, take advantage of the powerful engine getting on top of the street, where the St. Petronille winery is waiting for you. Here, you can taste some of the island's best wines. On the way back, we'll enjoy beautiful perspectives of the St. Lawrence River and the Montmorency waterfalls. Be sure to take plenty of faboulous pictures. You'll leave beautiful Ile d'Orleans with great memories of an active day.

Quebec City: 2 or 3-Hour Fat Bike Rental

6. Quebec City: 2 or 3-Hour Fat Bike Rental

Cycle through Old Quebec and Limoilou with ease with a fat bike rental. Easily discover sights such as the Domaine de Maizerets and Saint-Charles Linear Park with a 2 or 3-hour rental. Upon arrival at the shop, get kitted out with your perfect bike, a helmet, and winter gear (depending on availability). Receive a quick safety induction and introduction to the best routes in the city before you take to the streets. Next, set off through the bike lanes and streets of Old Quebec and Limoilou. You can choose to follow a suggested route adapted to the weather and trail conditions, or explore the city and your chosen landmarks at your own pace.

Montreal: All-Day Bicycle Rental

7. Montreal: All-Day Bicycle Rental

Avoid the busy public transport system and explore Montreal by bike. Cruise along miles of bike paths in this cycle-friendly city, and use the map included with your bike rental to discover these amazing trails. Ride through Montreal’s different neighborhoods, and get a real feel for life in this city life as you glide around the streets. Cycle along the cobblestoned lanes of Old Montreal, stopping at a local bakery to savor a pastry or two. Enjoy the freedom to travel where and when you like, making as many stops as you like. See some of the most famous sites along the way, including museums and the stunning waterfront at the Port of Montreal. On the border of Old Montreal is Chinatown, bursting with character and amazing restaurants. Stop at one of the famous candy stores and treat yourself to a popular, made-to-order “dragons beard”. Continue on to wherever you please — take a trip to downtown Montreal, visit the Village, or even the Plateau Mont-Royal. The choice is yours.

Montreal: City Architecture Guided Bike Tour

8. Montreal: City Architecture Guided Bike Tour

Hop on 2 wheels and pedal across the Saint Lawrence, checking out the architecture and historic sights of Montreal by bike. With an expert guide leading the way, zip around the Formula One track on Notre Dame Island, and hang onto your bike for the rest of the day to keep exploring on your own. Meet up with your guide at the shop and get sorted with a comfortable bike. Strap on your helmet and then set off behind your guide, pedaling along the waterfront and scoping out iconic architecture along the way. Cruise across the vast waters of the Saint Lawrence River on the Jacques Cartier bridge. Arrive on Notre Dame Island, which hosts the Canadian Grand Prix, and head toward the Formula One racetrack at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Zip around the track on your bike before continuing your exploration of Montreal's parks, bridges, and buildings. Cap off your experience and refuel with sugary samples at the famous Atwater Market along historic Lachine canal trail and opt to hang onto your bike for the rest of the day if you'd like to keep riding around the city on your own.

Ottawa: 2 or 3.5-Hour Sightseeing Bike Tour

9. Ottawa: 2 or 3.5-Hour Sightseeing Bike Tour

Get on a bicycle for a 2 or 3.5-hour guided tour to discover many of downtown Ottawa’s major attractions, must-see spots, and hidden gems. Choose your own adventure from two tour options and the option of a French, German, Spanish or Dutch speaking guide. 2-Hour Express Tour A fun and short sightseeing tour ideal for newer or easy-going bicyclists, who want to learn about Ottawa’s downtown and beyond. All ages will enjoy the leisurely 8.5-mile ride, stopping at major attractions for sightseeing and photos. Highlights include Parliament Hill, War Memorial, Rideau Canal Pathway, Rideau Hall, Rideau Falls, Quebec province, the National Art Gallery, the Museum of History, the Rideau Locks and Bytown Museum. 3.5-Hour Highlights Tour Discover more of Ottawa’s must-see spots and hidden gems on a slight longer 3 to 3.5-hour tour, with 95% of the route on bicycle paths. This 12-mile bike tour includes short stops along the way for sightseeing and photos plus a power bar snack. Highlights include Rideau Canal, War Memorial, Love Lock Bridge, Rideau Canal Locks, the Glebe, Lansdowne Park, Arboretum, Dow’s Lake, Little Italy, Ottawa River, province of Quebec, Museum of History, Rideau Hall, Rideau Falls,  National Gallery of Canada, Byward Market, and Parliament Hill.

Quebec City: Old Quebec Guided Fat Bike Tour with Hot Drink

10. Quebec City: Old Quebec Guided Fat Bike Tour with Hot Drink

Embark on a winter adventure designed for sporty people with a fat bike tour in Quebec City. Cycle through the snowy paths of Domaine Maizerets park into the old town and along the Saint-Charles river. Make stops during your ride for historical landmarks and to get a hot drink at a cafe. Make your way to the bicycle garage to meet your friendly guide and group for the day. Enjoy a brief introduction to using your fat bike properly in the snowy conditions and then set out into the city. Start at the beautiful public park of Domaine Maizerets and admire the picturesque landscape. Cycle along the bike path that brings you into Old Quebec. Brace yourself as you ride out of the tourist area and along the banks of the Saint-Charles river. Stop for a hot drink and a delicious treat in a local cafe.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 123 reviews

My daughter and I took this bike tour with David and we are so glad we did. David was the best. He was very accommodating, encouraging and had lots of helpful tips (for those that were struggling…me) and a super positive attitude that was contagious. The day we rode, Montréal had just gotten about 8” of snow and it was deep fresh snow, so the park was challenging (for me) but so beautiful and magical and the whole ride was exhilarating! It was very cold so make sure you dress like you are going for a day of skiing, good gloves and even goggles. Even with good gloves my fingers got cold but David saved the day and had extra gloves in his backpack. I would definitely do this again and highly recommend this to everyone!

Phenomenal care from the instructor to ensure the best trip possible. Allowed extra time to explore the city. Gave detailed overview of city history.

Although the morning was very cold (5C) the ride was very pleasant. Our guide, Hans, was excellent. Really enjoyed the history and stories.

Very good experience, guide David is very kind, good explanations and support. Electric bycicle is easy to use. I recomend.

David was a great guide and we had an awesome adventure !