BIXI Montreal kicked off it’s 3rd season in early April. The service provides users access to over 5000 bikes spread across over 400 stations on the Island of Montreal.  If you’re in the downtown core, take a BIXI and bike along the Claire Morrisette bike path along de Maisonneuve anywhere from Berri all the way to Atwater.  If you’re in the Old Port of Montreal, hop onto a bike and bike along the lachine canal and head east to Atwater market.

Information for casual users:

  • Maximum rental of 2 bikes per credit card (a 250$ security deposit is placed on the card for 10 days)
  • First 30 minutes is free
  • Additional charges after 30 minutes vary on usage

Additional Tips:

  • If you have a smart phone, download a free app with dynamic information about the availability of docks and bikes at stations.

For additional information go to the Montreal BIXI website.


  1. regarding the bike rentals cinmog to Toronto, I went to Paris last May. These bike stands are all over the city! They are a terrific idea, and there did not seem to be any problems between vehicles and bikes. Take my word for it, ..traffic in Paris is 3 times as bad as our city. It is rush hour all day long there! Also, people renting the bikes don’t where helmetsI think the rental bikes is a great idea!

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