Montreal is consistently ranked as the top biking city in North America and one of the best in the world for good reason. With over 500 kilometres of bike paths and more being added every year, Montreal is a cycling city like no other.\nCycling is so ingrained into the culture of Montreal that you're likely to find the bravest cyclists still rolling in the dead of winter! For most of us though, summer is bike season in Montreal.\nIf you're new to the city or just visiting, finding the perfect bike path in Montreal might seem overwhelming. Not to mention the amount of traffic dodging you'd have to do to find your way around. Lucky for you, you've got MTL Blog!\nHere are 20 bike paths that will make you fall in love with Montreal!\nPlease wear a helmet before you ride. The streets of Montreal can be dangerous and chaotic. Oh, and cops love giving tickets to cyclists!\nMaisonneuve Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram • Going to school • be like Shot w/ IPhone 📱 A post shared by Meven Le Guillou (@mevenblandin) on May 22, 2019 at 7:46am PDT\nThe quintessential downtown Montreal bike path that runs West to East will likely be the first one you'll ride on! Probably the best way to explore the city if you're a newcomer as it hits three key neighbourhoods: N.D.G, Westmount, and Downtown.\nThe Lachine Canal Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram Vélo/Boulot #302. . . #montreal #canallachine #quebec #sunrise. A post shared by Lappie (@lappiebike) on Jul 8, 2019 at 3:30am PDT\nOnce you tackle downtown, you'll be ready for the even busier Lachine Canal Bike Path! Despite the traffic, it's totally worth it as it's one of the most beautiful rides in the city that takes you from the Old Port all the way to the borough of Lachine.\nBerges Ouest Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram Monday Funday!! #allezjouerdehors #goplayoutside #verdunluv #atelierwellington A post shared by Atelier Wellington (@atelierwellington) on Jun 26, 2017 at 1:44pm PDT\nIf you crave adventure, there's no better bike path than the Berges Ouest. Extending along the Fleuve Saint-Laurent, this bike path reaches the Lachine Rapids and beyond.\nCircuit Gilles-Villeneuve\nView this post on Instagram Retour aux stands ! Ride entre potes! On profite du soleil, la neige s'en vient ❄️🤣☀️😎 Photo by @thomsfabric #velo #velomontreal #montreal #ridebikes #circuitgillesvilleneuve #sunnyday #copains #formule1#happyface#cycling #cyclingphotos A post shared by SmaX (@cheemaxime) on Jul 1, 2019 at 8:06pm PDT\nEver biked on a Formula 1 race track? I didn't think so. If you have a need for speed, head down to Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve for a bike ride like no other.\nMont-Royal Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram Les Canadiens Matteo Dal-Cin et Benjamin Perry en échappée lors du Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal. #grandprixcycliste #gpcqm #montreal #mtl #somontreal #mtlmoments #cyclingphotos #cyclingporn #bikeporn #nikon #d7100 #nikonphotography #obersonboutique #roadbike #uci #worldtour #uciworldtour #canada @grandsprixcyclistes @israelcyclingacademy #lemontroyal A post shared by Charles Trudeau (@charles_tru) on Sep 13, 2017 at 8:46am PDT\nA favourite among the city's Lance Armstrong types, the Mont-Royal bike path has a few dope features. There's a chill, meandering dirt path through the woods, a punishing uphill climb along a shared road, and a spot where you can mountain bike!\nJacques-Cartier Bridge\nView this post on Instagram Circa le 15 mai 1990 - Vers le pont Jacques-Cartier. #1990 #pontjacquescartier #pont #saintemarie #bicyclette #beaugarcon #montreal #montréal #quebec #québec A post shared by André Querry (@andrequerry) on May 14, 2019 at 4:40pm PDT\nBiking along one of Montreal's many bridges gives you a sweeping view of the city. It's not even that long of a ride and when you're on the other side, explore the South Shore!\nParc Jean-Drapeau\nView this post on Instagram Apprécier la vue #parcjeandrapeau #explorecanada #quebecoriginal #vieuxport #biosphere #parc 📷 @sherry.brunet A post shared by Parc Jean Drapeau (@parcjeandrapeau) on Jul 12, 2018 at 3:31pm PDT\nOne of the most scenic bike routes in Montreal is a must-try ride that is equal parts romantic and relaxing!\nNorth-South Bike Route\nView this post on Instagram Bon dimanche! #montreal #montrealautumn #montrealworld #livemontreal #montrealnouvelles #montreall #montrealmoments #montreal_gallery #montrealcity #montrealcanada #montrealphoto #montreallife #montrealjetaime #montrealphotographer#rosemontpetitepatrie #rosemontlapetitepatrie#montrealquebec#mobiography#iphonepa_gallery#514mtl #514montreal #514montréal#velomontreal #montrealvelo #montrealbike #montrealbikes #bikemontreal#madeinmontreal #made_in_mtl A post shared by Jessie (@allojessie6) on Nov 4, 2018 at 11:40am PST\nThis 10-kilometre bike route cuts through some of the best neighbourhoods in Montreal including le Plateau, Rosemont, and Mile-End. It's one of the less scenic ones but leads you directly to Parc de la Visitation.\nLes Bois de l'Île Bizard\nView this post on Instagram Watts ⬆️!! #gopro 📸 by @adam_7_johnston #aero #cycling #triathlon #swimbikerun A post shared by Graeme Lue Qui (@tri_ya_best) on Jul 1, 2019 at 5:29am PDT\nIt's about a couple of hours biking from downtown Montreal, but it's one of the best-kept secrets in town. While technically off-island, this series of bike paths meanders through quiet roads and marshy forests.\nParc Angrignon\nView this post on Instagram The red comet rides again. #bond25fitnesschallenge A post shared by Mathieu Auclair (@mattauclair007) on Jun 20, 2019 at 3:39am PDT\nAnother one of Montreal's many parks, Angrignon is huge and has an incredible bike path that hits all the major landmarks of the park. It won't take you too long to bike it but stick around because the park is awesome.\nParc La Fontaine\nView this post on Instagram Coffee, kid, bmx, foot. A post shared by Johnny Crap (@johnnycrap) on May 9, 2015 at 8:08am PDT\nOnce again, this is a series of bike paths that winds around one of Montreal's most famous parks. Follow the paths out of the park and experience one of Montreal's nicest neighbourhoods.\nParc de la Visitation\nView this post on Instagram Vive l'été calisse #tetedegraine #mongeekpref #jourduseigneur #safetyissexy A post shared by Emma (@emma.laan) on May 26, 2019 at 3:39pm PDT\nFollowing the river along the North Shore of Montreal, this incredibly scenic bike ride brings you through one of the city's oldest nature reserves. There are plenty of things to explore in this park such as a historical site and choppy rapids.\nPont de la Concorde\nView this post on Instagram Looking forward to my second travel with this funny bud. 🤗😎👬✈️ - BrOune. 🐻✌🏻 A post shared by BRUNO DESJARDINS (@brounemontrealer) on Jun 6, 2018 at 8:47am PDT\nThis long bridge directly connects Montreal to Parc Jean-Drapeau and it's one of the most scenic rides in town. It's quite a long ride and it's a cyclist's paradise with wide lanes and a well-paved road.\nParc Rene-Levesque\nView this post on Instagram 📸🚲🌞 .I should shave my legs to go faster!(not happening! )😝 . .Je devrais me raser les jambes pour rouler plus vite! #cycling #cyclinglife #shoes #legs #montreal #riverview #relaxation #pause #getoutside A post shared by Som (Sum) Phan (@s_phan4) on May 21, 2019 at 4:22am PDT\nYou can find this huge park at the end of the Lachine Canal bike path at the southwestern tip of Montreal. It's a wonderful bike ride through the park, with plenty of space and lovely views of the river.\nCanal de l'Aqueduct\nView this post on Instagram Morning ride 🚴🏻♀️ #montreal A post shared by mariane_g (@mariane_g) on May 27, 2017 at 8:02am PDT\nConsider this one the Lachine Canal's little brother. Sure, it's not as long, but this ride, which takes you through Pointe-Saint-Charles, Verdun, and Lasalle, is super scenic and totally worth it!\nRachel Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram Today: 30km of biking+coffee spot#7 (Café Névé). @naumovakoty #cafeneve #mileend #montrealbike #exploringmontreal #coffeelove #kotyinmtl A post shared by naumchik (@naumchik) on May 31, 2017 at 4:00pm PDT\nCutting through one of Montreal's trendiest neighbourhoods and ending at Mont-Royal, this bike path has everything covered and more! From cafés to hip little shops, bring a bike lock because the Rachel path is worth the trip.\nCote-Saint-Catherine/Edouard Montpetit Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram @francois.campeau training hard 💪🚴 #montrealbike #montreal A post shared by Martin Morissette (@mmoris) on Aug 27, 2015 at 9:33am PDT\nThis winding urban bike path isn't often the first one you'd think of but it's one of the most efficient ways to get from the East of the mountain to the West. Cutting behind Mont-Royal through one of the quietest neighbourhoods, this bike path passes a couple of great landmarks such as the Université de Montréal and Saint-Joseph's Oratory.\nÎles-de-Boucherville\nView this post on Instagram randonneuse à vélo 🦖🦒 A post shared by Florence Legare (@flo.legare) on Feb 25, 2018 at 5:52pm PST\nThis scenic ride that's 20 minutes from downtown Montreal will make you feel like you're nowhere near the city. For a perfect escape, head to Îles-de-Boucherville to experience one of Montreal's natural wonders.\nBois-Franc/Nouveau Saint-Laurent Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram Did you know that Bois-Franc has its own medical clinic, pharmacy, dry cleaners, restaurant La Piazza, Café Dépôt and dépanneur? They are ideally located at the Place dès Nations square with plenty of parking and just a few steps from your home!🏡 • • Saviez-vous que Bois-Franc a sa propre clinique médicale, sa pharmacie, ses nettoyeurs, son restaurant La Piazza, Café Dépôt et dépanneur? Ils sont idéalement situés à La Grande Place, avec beaucoup de places de parking et à quelques pas de votre maison!🏠 • • • Contact me by 📧 email@example.com or 📞 514-242-8531 * * * * * * ********************************* #Montreal #boisfranc #Remax #foodmtl #nouveaustlaurent #mtlfamilies #immobiliermontreal #montrealigers #mtlbroker #montreality #mtlhomes #mtlrealestate #mtlcity #MtlRealtor #mtlfood #courtierimmobiliermontreal #Montreallife #mtllife #paulinehiotis #realtortips #RemaxCanada #RemaxQuebec #remaxagent #luxuryhomes #mtllifestyle #luxurylifestyle #montrealrealestate #montrealer #villesaintlaurent #mtlrestaurant A post shared by Pauline Hiotis Realtor (@pauline_hiotis) on May 14, 2019 at 9:41am PDT\nYou might not find this one in the guidebooks, but if you venture a little bit northwest of the city, you'll find the neighbourhood of Ville Saint-Laurent. The quiet suburbia has one of the best bike paths in town!\nBoulevard Gouin Bike Path\nView this post on Instagram 🏞️ . . . . #nature #montreal #quebec #goin #mtl #montrealnature #montrealcity #mtlcity #mtlcity #sworks #specializedsworks #specializedbikes #specialized #specializedtarmac #roadbike #carbon #forest #naturephotography #naturelover #canada #canada🇨🇦 A post shared by cellphone_shot_s (@cellphone_shot_s) on May 14, 2019 at 7:06am PDT\nIf you were to take the previous bike path from the beginning to the end, you'll end up on Gouin. Montreal's longest East-West street has a bike path running along the whole length of it. This shoreline drive is a gorgeous way to experience literally all of Montreal.\nTo find all these bike paths and many more in Montreal, check out this handy map from exo Montreal!