You are registered for the Tour la Nuit?
Check out the INFO FOR PARTICIPANTS page that contains all the essential information you need to know.
Souvenir photo of your Tour
Track down your picture taken at the chocolate milk Photo Zone.
The Tour la Nuit has modified its format and registration conditions in order to adapt to the current context. This year’s Tour will definitely be different, but the exhilaration of pedalling through car-free streets will be the same as ever.
Between now and the Tour, we will be monitoring the health situation and making the required adjustments in order to respect public health guidelines.
The Tour de Nuit will take the form of a 22 km car-free ambulatory route through the streets of 4 Montréal boroughs. The route will be completely closed to motorists for the duration of the event – from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. – so that you can finish your loop in the same place you started.
To ensure the smooth flow of cyclist traffic and proper distancing throughout the 22 km, there will be no specific start/finish site. When registering, you will have to choose a start site from the 8 access points along the route, as well as a start time between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Of the 8 access points where you can start and finish, only two parks – La Fontaine and Champdoré – will offer the following services for cyclists: toilets, water, handwashing stations, INFO booth and first aid.
Any aspect of the excursion related to the notion of getting together has been put aside so that you can experience and enjoy what matters most: biking freely along a car-free route in a very safe environment.
The natural virtues of biking – outdoor activity, observed two-meter physical distancing – combined with a 22 km route, will make for a unique Friday evening experience!
To provide encouragement and brighten up your excursion, our partners will join in the fun. Along your route, you will encounter Lait au chocolate and surprise activities presented by Desjardins.
In the 2 parks designated as access points with services – La Fontaine and Champdoré – you will be able to use the rest areas to access the services offered.
Have a mechanical problem? Sports Experts mobile mechanics will be biking on the route and volunteers assigned to bike mechanics and first aid will also be there to help you. Questions? Go to the INFO booth in an access point with services.
Preliminary route subject to change.
Free for kids 12 and under
Starting at $10 for kids 13-17 years old
The registration conditions for the event have been revised in order to comply with current public health measures.
When registering, you must:
*Cyclists who start at 9 p.m. must be able to ride at 13 km/hr in order to complete the loop before the streets reopen. As a result, this start time is not recommended for families with young cyclists.
12 and under: Free
May 26 to June 21, 2021
June 22 to August 24, 2021
August 25 to August 27, 2021
|13-17 years old||$10||$10||$10||N/D||$20|
|Vélo Québec Member||$20||$25||$30||N/D||$46|
1 All destinations 2 Canada only 3 Québec only
Note: Expect a reception delay of a week after the mailing date. For online registration made after the date of the last mailing, the documents can be collected at La Maison des cyclistes (until the day previous to the event) or at the starting point of the event (the morning of the event).
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