Around 4 hours, 20 kilometers – 69$ plus taxes
Cross the St-Lawrence river on two wheels !
Architecture and green spaces : Montreal’s best panoramic views.
Imagine a wonderful day where the water, the architecture and green spaces transport you!
Cross the St-Lawrence river by bike and ride on the F1 racetrack on Notre-Dame island. This experience, unique to Montreal On Wheels, offers you fabulous sites and underlines the historical importance of te river for the city. This unique circuit also lets you discover the architectural works that have branded Montreal and the parks that have built its reputation.
Places and locations visited: Old Port, Lachine Canal, Atwater market, St-Gabriel House, Jacques Cartier bridge, Habitat 67 (Moshe Safdie), « L’Homme » sculpture (Alexander Calder), Biosphere (Buckminster Fuller), Formula 1 racetrack (Gilles-Villeneuve), Sainte-Hélène Island and Notre-Dame Island.
A stop is planned at Montreal’s top rated bakery « Première Moisson » located at the famous Atwater Market , right by the historic Lachine canal. Consult our tour schedule
Duration: approximately 4 hours
Distance: 20 kilometers
a stop is planned at « Saint-Viateur Bagel » so that you can taste Montreal’s famous bagels! Established in 1957, this legendary bakery is an integral part of Montrealer’s life and culture. Consult our tour schedule.
Duration: 4 hours approx / 3 hours version (Offered Monday to Friday from at 2 PM from May 2nd to September 9th).
Distance: 14 km approx.
Note: This tour crosses the St-Lawrence River by way of the Jacques Cartier bridge. Because of the height of the bridge we do not suggest this tour to people who suffer from anxiety due to fear of heights.
Minimum age: 13 years and older And ability to handle a bike
Departure time: 9:30 am. Meet-up 15 to 30 minutes before departure
Price: 69 $ plus taxes / Got your own wheels: 59$ plus taxes
- professional guide
- bike rental until our closing time
- food-tasting stop
- bottle of water
- after-tour rides recommendations
- our own bike path map and emergency shuttle