Go Bike Montréal Festival

Go Bike Montréal!

Every year at the beginning of June, bicycle fever hits Montréal when thousands of cyclists participate in the Tour la Nuit and Tour de l’Île. These popular events of the Go Bike Montréal Festival transform the city into a gathering place that presents it in a different light. Un Tour la Nuit gives you an opportunity to experience Montréal’s famous night life by bike. The Tour de l’Île offers you a variety of route options, from relaxed excursion to athletic workout. Ready for the best festival on two wheels? Ready for an unforgettable weekend? Go Bike Montréal!

For more information about Un Tour la Nuit (Friday, June 1st) and Le Tour de l'Île de Montréal (Sunday, June 3rd), click here »

In the media
Read the story of Tom Babin, "5 things to learn from North America's (second) most bike-friendly city", published June 22, 2015 in calgaryherald.com.

Read the story of Peter Walker, "People power: the secret to Montréal's success as a bike-friendly city", published June 17, 2015 in theguardian.com.

Read the story of Doug Gordon, "Le Festival Go vélo Montréal, Part 1: The Tour La Nuit", published June 9, 2015 in brooklynspoke.com.

Read the story of Sidhartha Banerjee, "Go Bike Montréal Festival marks start of busy summer cycling season", published April 24, 2015 in thestar.com.

June 2 and 3, 2018
> Price (taxes included) : starting from $170
Formula: Major cycling Event
Trip length: 3 days / 2 nights
Level of difficulty: 1

General Conditions

The package includes:

June 1 to 3
Price per person
(taxes included):
$385 (double occupancy)
$315 (triple occupancy)
$275 (quadruple occupancy)

The 3-day package includes: Equipment (e.g. bicycle) is not included.

June 2 and 3
Price per person (taxes included):
$215 (double occupancy)
$185 (triple occupancy)
$170 (quadruple occupancy)

The 2-day package includes: Equipment (e.g. bicycle) is not included.

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