Next rendezvous: from May 31 to June 7, 2020

Metropolitan Challenge, Sunday, May 31; Tour la Nuit, Friday, June 5; Tour de l'Île de Montréal, Sunday, June 7.
All information regarding the event will be online in mid-February.

Tour de l’Île de Montréal - Sunday, June 2, 2019

 Start/finish: avenue du Parc

The Tour de l’Île is a Sunday biking classic, where thousands of cyclists fill the streets of Montréal with their positive energy and infectious enthusiasm, creating an unforgettable urban festival.

 
Tour de l'Île

50 OR 25 KM

Classic version: 50 km of car-free streets. Possibility of shortening the route to 25 km.
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Tour de l'Île

50 KM EXPRESS

Accelerated version where, cyclists travel at 30 km/h for 1½ hours on closed-off downtown streets route.
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Tour de l'Île

100 OR 65 KM

Marked route open to motorists, except the last 25 km on the regular car-free route of the Tour de l’Île. Possibility of shortening the route to 65 km.
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Rates and registration

Tour de l'Île de Montréal (50 or 25 km)

Youth rates
Kids 12 and under: FREE
13-17 years old: $10
Registration mandatory. 

Bike the Tour de l'Île by BIXI for $2
Offer available on Bixi's mobile app from May 31 to June 2. Use the following promo code: VQBIXI2019. For more information, contact their customer service at 514 789-BIXI (2494).
 

Info-Rates

Info-Bib

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Registration includes

  • bib and meeting notice (mail-out)
  • 3 rest areas, including 1 on the 25 km circuit (water, toilets, food trucks, entertainment and partners’ activities)
  • Booths offering mechanical services (start and finish site, rest areas)
  • on-road support (mechanical and first aid volunteers)
  • bikeinfo, your meet-up place throughout the Tour (rest areas, finish site)
  • relief vehicles if you are unable to complete the Tour 


In addition to the 50 km Express

  • a lunch at the finish site


In addition to the 100 or 65 km Découverte

  • service points (water and toilets), lunchtime rest stop including lunch

Schedule

50 or 25 km, 50 km Express
Start: 9:15 a.m., avenue du Parc
The start extends until 10:15 a.m.

Cyclists registered in the 50 km Express are first to leave at 9:15 a.m.

Rest Areas: km 22, 32 and 38 (km 18 on the 25 km route)

100 or 65 km Découverte
Start: between 7 and 9:15 a.m., avenue du Parc
Lunchtime rest stop: km 67 or 35

Rest Area 1: km 74 or 44
Rest Area 2: km 83 or 53
Rest Area 3: km 90 or 60
 

Finish: parc Jeanne-Mance
Entertainment as of 11 a.m.

 

Treats for Tour participants

Émile Bilodeau

At 9 h 15, Émile Bilodeau, Lou-Adriane Cassidy and Jérôme 50 kick off the Tour in song.

Montréal complètement cirque

Every 10 KM, DESJARDINS marks your progress and encourages you to ride your bike!

At the rest areas

take time to relax... so you can spring back into action!

REST AREA 2 : enjoy CHOCOLATE MILK 
 

Grandiose arrival

Entertainment as of 11 a.m.

  • Pick up your CHOCOLATE MILK 
  • Share your photos via #MTLmoments
  • Test your cycling skills at the zone d’agilité of the Centre national de cyclisme de Bromont
  • And many other activities of our partners DESJARDINS, SPORTS EXPERTS, DUPROPRIO and KIND snacks.

BBQ
Feel like a snack after the Tour? Starting at 11 a.m., treat yourself to Recettes d’ici at Jeanne-Mance Park.
Enjoy our gourmet selection
Inspiration: recettesdici.com

Montréal complètement cirque
Starting at noon, Montréal complètement cirque offers interactive activities and performances.
 
Montréal complètement cirque
Soaring up into the sky aboard the Grande roue du LAIT!
 

Here is an overview of the Tour de l'Île de Montréal  

 

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Tour de l'île de Montréal 2018

2019 Itinerary 

The 50-km Tour de l’Île not only offers a unique perspective on the city, but also provides innovative support along the way. Every 10 km, the route will be highlighted by lively thematic landmarks aimed at maintaining the pace, keeping spirits high and, above all, making this event a festive, memorable experience.

CYCLOVIA CAMILLIEN-HOUDE: To get warmed up or extend the fun after the Tour, bike Camillien-Houde Way (4.2 km return trip) car-free as part of Cyclovia.org. between 7:30 a.m. and 12 p.m.! Accessible via Mont-Royal Avenue. Free of charge.
 
TDI5050 ou 25 KM CLASSIQUE et 50 KM EXPRESS
TDI 65-100 KM100 ou 65 KM DÉCOUVERTE

Thanks to our partners

PRESENTER
ASSOCIATED PARTNERS
Sport Expert Caisse Desjardins Du proprio
MEDIA PARTNERS
PUBLIC PARTNERS
Tourisme Montréal Québec