Quebec City Bike Tour – Hoods & Hidden Gems

Tour Time: Everyday from 14:00-17:00

What You'll See: Old Quebec Lower Town, Old Port & St. Lawrence River, St. Roch, Limoilou, St. Charles River, Market

PRICE

$65 CAD + tax & fee

($49 USD / 44€ + tax/fee)

Includes Guide, Bike, Helmet, Coffee or Cold Drink. BYO Water please!
Our Norco Scene Bikes are a dream to ride!
Minimum recommend age is 13+

Ride hip neighbourhoods, a riverside bike route, historic Old Quebec, and the Old Port & St. Lawrence River.

  • Explore beyond the standard core - Ride through diverse & hip St. Roch and Limoilou, residential neighbourhoods with cosmopolitan flair
  • Discover Quebec City off the beaten path as we ride parks, quiet streets, spot street art, and get a big dose of local lifestyle
  • Ride a few miles/km's along the St. Charles River bike path for a big dose of nature in the city
  • Discover the charming cobblestone streets of Old Quebec's Lower Town and the endless European inspired architecture
  • Visit the Old Quebec Public Market, a marketplace with all local goods featuring delicious Maple Syrup!
  • Ride along the St. Lawrence River and spot the ferries and cruise ships docked in the Old Port

Operates everyday from 2:00pm to 5:00pm

Guide, Bike, Helmet, Refreshment included. BYO water bottle please!

This ride is 10 miles/16 km, suitable for anyone who can ride a bike and handle a few small hills

Small groups provide a more intimate experience - 10 riders max

Available from May to November

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See more in less time
On the Lower Town Quebec City 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 about their own neighbourhoods!

Safety first
Most of the tour runs on Quebec City’s dedicated bike lanes, quiet streets, and parks.

Friendly & knowledgable guides
Nothing better than seeing the city with one of fun local experts.

Locals insight
We’ll show you our favourite parts of Quebec City and after your ride we’ll give you the best recommendations to make the most of your stay!

Highlights of this tour

Quartier St. Roch

Here we spot of street art murals and other public art installations

St. Charles River

We ride a few miles/km's of this wonderful bike path for a taste of nature in the city

Quartier Limoilou

Quebec City's hippest neighbourhood, with local shops and iconic architecture with exterior spiral staircases

Gare du Palais

The most beautiful train station in Canada.

Old Port Market of Quebec

We take a break here so you can stock up on local products including Maple Syrup!

Old Quebec Lower Town

This area rivals the Upper Town in charm. Cobblestone streets and European-style architecture

Old Port

We ride along the St. Lawrence River where we'll spot local ferries and visiting cruise ships

This tour departs from The Roy-O Bicycles, located in the charming St. Jean Baptiste neighbourhood of the Upper Town, just outside the Old City Wall.

Within walking distance of Old Quebec hotels, and St. Roch / Limoilou Airbnb's.



- 5 minutes walk from BATHURST Subway Station.
- 10-15 minutes taxi ride from the Downtown core

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Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

Which tour should I choose?

Both of them! No seriously, they are both quite different. We recommend to book both our tours together as a Combo – you will receive a 25% discount on the second if you book both in advance.

Only time for one tour? Here’s a quick breakdown:

Quebec City Bike Tour – The Essentials– best for first-time visitors, or those that want to visit the core of the city.  It’s not all Old Quebec  though, this tour also visits a residential neighbourhood, the huge Plains of Abraham park, and offers incredible views of the Old City and the St. Lawrence River from above.

Quebec City Bike Tour – Hoods & Hidden Gems — best for those that want to dive a little deeper into the lifestyle and pulse of the city. This is the tour that will even impress locals as it visits both major sites (such as Lower Old Quebec, the Old Port, and the Old Port Market), but also some tucked-away spots like riding laneways in the neighbourhood of Limoilou.

Is the bike tour easy for everyone?

Almost everyone yes! Ours tours run at a relaxed pace, and include plenty of breaks and informational stops along the way. The tours stick mostly to bike paths, although we occasionally run along quieter city streets and through parks.
Those who know Quebec City will know there are a lot of hills – but don’t worry, we’ve chosen routes that minimize the hills, and we’ve also chose bikes that are very comfortable and easy to ride.
Lastly, 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!

Do I need to book in advance?

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.

What language do you speak on the tours?

All of our tours run in English, however with our increasing global audience, our guides are brushing up on other languages. All guides speak French of course, being in Quebec.

What happens in case of rain?

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.

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