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The next Go Bike Montréal Festival will be held from May 28 to June 4, 2017.

Dates to remember: Metropolitan Challenge, Sunday, May 28 • Tour la Nuit, Friday, June 2
• Tour de l’Île de Montréal, Sunday, June 4. More info to come in February.

You can register here now!

Check out the photo albums of the 2016 edition and download your participation certificate.

GO for it at the Tour de l'Île de Montréal on June 5!

Each edition of the Tour de l’Île allows you to reinvent the streets and neighbourhoods of Montréal.  On your bike, you take over the space, set a new pace and make the city your playground. This year, the classic 50 km route stretches to the South Shore, taking you across the iconic Jacques-Cartier Bridge for a tour through Longueuil.  Imagine the unique view from on high! As for the 65-100 km route, it will take you via the eastern tip of the Island and the Le Gardeur Bridge along the North Shore to L’Assomption.

50, 25 or 30 km
Classic version including 3 rest stops: 50 km of car-free streets, an ideal opportunity to get a different perspective of Montréal from the bridge and the South Shore. The same experience can be enjoyed over a distance of 25 km… or 30 km, if you want to bike there and back via the Jacques-Cartier Bridge.

Start: Parc Avenue, from 9 a.m.
Rest areas: kms 16, 28 and 40 (kms 5 and 17 on the 25 km route)
Finish: Jeanne-Mance Park

50 km Express
Accelerated version where, first to leave, cyclists travel at 30 km/h for 1½ hours on closed-off downtown streets route of the Tour de l'Île de Montréal.

Start: Parc Avenue, 9 a.m.
Finish: Jeanne-Mance Park

65-100 km Découverte
The morning route allowing cyclists to literally bike around the island and discover the Montréal shoreline with the possibility of shortening the route to 65 km. The first km take place on a marked route open to motorists and the last 12 km on the regular car-free route of the Tour de l’Île.

Start: Parc Avenue, between 7 and 9:30 a.m.
Lunch Area: km 66 or km 28
Rest Area: access to Rest Area 3-Desjardins (km 55 or km 90)
Finish: Jeanne-Mance Park

Video produced by Streetfilms

Photo Album
Telus Caisse Desjardins Tourisme Montréal Le Lait Jean Coutu MEC Ville de Longueuil

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