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Quebec City Bike tours

Our most recommended Quebec City 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.

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

2. 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.

Ile d'Orleans Bike Rental

3. 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.

Quebec City: 2 or 3-Hour Fat Bike Rental

4. 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.

Quebec City: Introduction to Fat Biking Group Activity

5. Quebec City: Introduction to Fat Biking Group Activity

Explore Quebec City in a fun and exciting way as you ride a fat bike through the gorgeous wintery landscapes. Accompanied by your guide, discover the trails of the Domaine Maizerets, the Saint-Charles River Linear Park, and/or the downtown streets depending on the weather conditions. Jump on a fat bike and get ready to see Quebec City in a new way. Learn the best riding techniques from your bike guide before you set off to the Domaine Maizerets, Saint-Charles River Linear Park, or, depending on the weather conditions, the downtown streets. If it's your first time on a fat bike, that's totally fine. The tour takes place only on trails that are almost flat and streets to make it as accessible as possible for everyone and ensure a safe, stress-free, and memorable first fat bike experience.

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

6. 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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What people are saying about Quebec City

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 59 reviews

Easy to book easy, easy to find and very accommodating ! The ebikes were good quality bikes - we had so much fun exploring the area ! The rain didn’t affect it all ! We spent so much time on each of the stops that before we knew it - four hours was up. Next time we’ll allow for more time - so much to see and some gorgeous photo ops.

Good bikes, the staff working the bike rentals are very knowledgeable about the area. Getting there and back to Quebec City is a challenge without a car but the staff was very helpful in getting us a ride back to the city.

We loved the bike tour. Would recommend to others. It was a great way to see the beautiful area and could stop along the way whenever we chose to do so.

Tour was great and guide was excellent. E-bikes a little complicated so be sure you are comfortable on a bike on open roads with cars.

This is a wonderful tour. The ebikes are terrific, knowledgeable guides, beautiful Island.