Duration: 3 Hours, 10am & 2pm Tours
What You'll See: Old Montreal, Old Port, Downtown, Plateau Mont-Royal, McGill University
(approx $60 USD)
Guide, Bike, Helmet, Water Included.
Minimum age is 13. For families with young children see our Family Friendly Ride.
Departures at 10:00am and 2:00pm most days
Guide, Bike, Helmet, Water Included
This easy-going ride is 10 miles/15 km long and suitable for anyone who can ride a bike
Small groups provide a more intimate experience - 13 riders max
Available from April to November
All tours run rain or shine, we provide fancy rain capes just in case!
See more in less time
On this Montreal bike tour you’ll see half the city in only 3 hours in an active way.
A relaxed ride
Stops all along the tour to rest and take pictures, while your guide tells stories of this beautiful part of the city.
Most of the tour runs on Montreal’s network of protected bike lanes, quiet streets, and parks.
Friendly & knowledgeable guides
Nothing better than seeing the city with one of fun local experts.
We’ll show you our favourite parts of Montreal and after your ride we’ll give you the best recommendations to make the most of your stay!
Mont-Royal Park - Montreal's "Mountain" to locals
McGill University - leafy campus right Downtown
Lachine Canal - Montreal's nicest bike pathway
Old Port - active harbor on the St. Lawrence River
Old Montreal - architecture & cobblestone streets
Plateau Mont-Royal - cute houses and laneways
Fitz & Follwell is proud to be located at the Maison des Cyclistes, at 1251 Rue Rachel Est, in front of LaFontaine Park.
- 10 minutes walk from METRO MONT-ROYAL.
- 10-15 minutes taxi ride from Downtown/Old Montreal
All of our tours can run rain or shine. We even offer rain capes on bike tours to keep you dry! Only in extreme weather conditions shall a tour be cancelled. This decision is always taken at the meeting point of the tour and never before the departing time. In the rare event a tour is cancelled we will attempt to place you on another departure, or offer you a full refund.
Yes! Ours tours run at a relaxed pace, and include plenty of breaks and informational stops along the way. Montreal is a truly bike friendly city. The tours stick mostly to bike lanes, although we occasionally run along quieter city streets. Also, riding in a group is helpful and we always provide tips for smart and safe riding at the beginning of each tour. If you’ve ridden a bike before, you’ll be more than fine!
For our regular tours, cancellations made more than 24 hours in advance are fully refundable (A 5% cancellation fee applies). Tours cancelled with less than 24 hours notice are non-refundable.
Yes, booking in advance is required. Our tours typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
The majority of the tours run in English, but as you probably know, Montreal is a French/English bilingual city and so are all our guides. For private groups we can operate the tour in English, French, or Spanish. Please contact us.
Still have questions? Visit our FAQ page to submit your own
Brandon W - Brooklyn, New York
"A must for a first time visit to Montreal. Our guide was upbeat, attentive, and full of info. The bikes were in beautiful shape, and made covering the impressive amount of the city we saw an absolute breeze. We did the South Tour on our first day and after we knew city vastly more than before"