How to get to the Tour de l’Île de Montréal 2017

By bike?
Here is the plan to get to the start site of the Tour de l'Île de Montréal (50 or 28 km route), located at the corner of Du Parc and Des Pins. Click on the image below to enlarge.

For other Tour de l'Île de Montréal routes (50 km Express and 100 or 65 km Découverte), refer to your Rendez-Vous Notice.
 
 
By metro?
Passengers with bicycles will have access to ten metro stations in the morning and to four on the way home. A total of 16 bicycles will be allowed on board the first car of each train. However, tandems, tricycles and trailers will be prohibited.
 

Here are the metro stations that you can access with your bicycle

In order to ensure compliance with the limit of 16 bicycles per train, no transfers will be permitted at the Snowdon, Jean-Talon, Lionel-Groulx and Berri-UQAM stations, either on the way to the event or on the way home. STM employees will be on duty in the stations to point you in the right direction. Please give them your cooperation. Extra trains will be added. For more information about the metro map, consult the STM Web site: www.stm.info.
 
The STM would also like to inform cyclists that in the event of an emergency requiring the trains to be evacuated, bicycles must be left on board to provide for the safety of passengers. Also, even in the event of bad weather, the only four stations accessible to cyclists heading home will be those indicated above.
 
By car?
All of the parking spaces listed below are within two kilometres of the event start line and finish line. Please consult the maps with the schedules of street closures to plan your route.
 
Note: the following parkings can not accommodate vehicles with bicycle roof racks.
 
Cégep du Vieux Montréal
255, rue Ontario (corner Sanguinet)

Complexe Desjardins                            
Entrance 1: rue Jeanne-Mance (between Sainte-Catherine and René-Lévesque)
Entrance 2: rue Saint-Urbain (between Sainte-Catherine and René-Lévesque)

Place Dupuis
Entrance 1: rue Saint-Hubert (between De Maisonneuve and Sainte-Catherine)

UQÀM                                         
2020, rue Saint-Urbain
 
Parking on the street
You can also park your vehicle on the streets around the Tour de l’Île de Montréal start site. But be sure watch the signs!