Cycle Canada Tours
- Tour Length: Five or six days tours plus one eleven day vacation tour.
- Accomodations: Indoors at motels, hotels and inns.
- Range of Trip Distances: Range of Trip Distances: 465 km to 675 km (290 mi. to 415 mi.). Some trips have 1 or 2 days of climbing.
- Range of Average Daily Distances: 84 km to 110 km (52 mi. to 68 mi.) R 84 km to 110 km (52 mi. to 68 mi.).
- Location: Tours in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. Plus a three day weekend ride.
Vacation Tours Join us in 2017:
Erie Shores — Loop out of Windsor, Ontario
Loop trip from Windsor. Cyclists travel the shores of Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Lake St. Clair, as well as the Thames and Detroit Rivers. It's mostly a farm district with quiet country roads on an old alluvial plain that is very flat. 5 riding days, total distance by bike 475 km (295 mi.), daily average 95 km (59 mi.)
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P'tit Train du Nord — Ottawa Loop via Mont Tremblant, Ontario & Québec
The trip takes us from Canada's capital city to the heart of the Laurentian Mountains of Québec. It's a year-round recreational district with many amenities for visitors. 6 riding days, total distance 625 km (388 mi), daily Average 104 km (64 mi).
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The By-Cycle Ride — Toronto to Ottawa for Canada's Birthday, Ontario
Our ride to celebrate Canada's birthday. It's a rolling birthday party! We roll into Canada's capital city on July 1st. 5 riding days, total distance 500 km (310 mi.), daily average 100 km (62 mi.). Learn more about The By-Cycle Ride.
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Voyageur Route — Ottawa to Québec City via Montréal, Ontario & Quebec
Voyageur Route is a bicycle tour from Ottawa to Québec City via Montréal. Our route follows the courses of the Ottawa, Richelieu and St. Lawrence Rivers. 5 riding days, total distance by bike 555 km (345 mi.), daily average 110 mi (68 mi).
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The Great Spirit Ride — Manitoulin Island, Ontario
The BiQue Ride — Toronto to Montréal, Ontario & Québec
The BiQue Ride is an annual bike tour from Toronto to Montréal. First held in 1995, in 2016 we celebrate our 22nd annual ride. 6 riding days, 1 rest day, total distance by bike 660 km (410 mi.), daily average 110 km (68 mi.)
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Tour Vert — Montréal to Québec City, Québec
On our tour we'll have a chance to explore two of Canada's most popular cities Montréal and Québec City and explore the Eastern Township region of the province of Québec. 5 riding days, total distance by bike 465 km (290 mi), daily average 93 km (57 mi.).
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Haida Gwaii — Vancouver to Queen Charlotte City, B.C.
Haida Gwaii is a series of islands at the western outer edge of northern British Columbia. Our ride departs from Vancouver and we travel north on Vancouver Island, take a ferry to Prince Rupert and then another ferry to Haida Gwaii. Total distance by bike 675 km (415 mi.), daily average Vancouver to Port Hardy 86 km (53 mi.), daily average, Prince Rupert to Queen Charlotte City 81 km (50 mi.)..
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Simcoe Circle — Loop around Lake Simcoe, Ontario
The Simcoe Circle is a circumnavigation of Lake Simcoe, a week-long or three day trip that starts and ends in Bradford, Ontario just north of Toronto. Cyclists ride clockwise around Lake Simcoe, staying close to the shoreline wherever possible. Total distance by bike 290 km (180 mi.), daily average 58 km (36 mi.).
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Distances and Terrain
- Leisurely Tours with average daily distances of 45 km to 81 km (28 mi. to 50 mi.)Terrain is not hilly.
- Vacation Tours 84 km to 110 km (52 mi. to 8 mi.). Mostly gentle to rolling terrain, some trips have 1 or 2 days of climbing. .
- Expedition Tours with average daily distances of 100 km to 117 km (62 mi. to 72 mi.). Terrain can be hilly and very challenging, sometimes in remote areas.
- Cross Canada Tours. West-east average daily distances of 127km (79mi.); to high north 97 km (60 mi.). Terrain can be hilly and very challenging, sometimes in remote areas.
- Indoor Accommodation. Motels, hotels, historic Inns and Bed and Breakfasts
- Camping Accommodation. Serviced campgrounds with hot water showers, flush toilets and electricity
- Camping Accommodation. A few unserviced campgrounds without hot water showers, in some cases no flush toilets and no electricity
- Some indoor Accommodation. University summer hotels, hostel dorms, motels and hotels
- Breakfast on riding days, snacks, one group dinner
- Breakfast and and some lunches on riding days, snacks
- On all tours there is a motor vehicle that carries rider gear and group equipment.