Partage la route
The next Go Bike Montréal Festival will be held from May 24 to 31, 2015.
Metropolitan Challenge – Sunday, May 24; Un Tour la Nuit – Friday, May 29; Tour de l’Île de Montréal – Sunday, May 31.

Visit the page Bilan du Festival Go vélo Montréal 2014.
30th Tour de l'Île de Montréal, Sunday, June 1
This famous cycling event, already in its 30th year, offers a new start and finish site, as well as several route possibilities. For a recreational outing or an athletic challenge, there is a Tour de l’Île for everyone:

50 or 25 km
Classic version: 50 km of car-free streets, ideal opportunity to see and experience Montréal in a different way. The same pleasure is possible over a shorter distance, via the 25 km route.

Start: Parc-La Fontaine Avenue, from 9:15 a.m.
Rest areas: kms 14, 26 and 38 (km 11 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-La Fontaine Avenue, 9:15 a.m.
Finish: Jeanne-Mance Park

100-130 km Découverte NEW
Original version, to underline the 30th edition, where cyclists literally bike around Montréal Island, or 130 km, with the possibility of shortening the route to 100 km. Morning departure on marked-off route open to motorists.  Capacity doubled in 2014, or 3,000 places.

Start: Parc-La Fontaine Avenue, between 7 and 10 a.m.
Rest stops: access to rest area 2 and at 64-km mark
Finish: Jeanne-Mance Park

100 km Express Vélo Mag
Experience unique to Montréal for seasoned touring cyclists, who ride under police escort in a peloton, at an average speed of 30 km/hour. Places limited to 200.

Start: Parc-La Fontaine Avenue, 6:45 a.m.
Rest stop: at 64-km mark
Finish: Jeanne-Mance Park

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