Motorcycle Touring

Motocyclettes on Champlain Boulevard
Champlain Boulevard, Audet Photo

Treat yourself to a Québec City area expedition. Tour the city's sidewalk cafés and tourist attractions, and soak up the joie de vivre of the locals.

Entering Québec City along boulevard Champlain, you'll be dazzled by the magnificent views of the St. Lawrence River. Take time to explore the city's picturesque neighbourhoods and check out the festival scene, then ride over local roads to discover new marvels

Connecting Montréal and Québec City, Chemin du Roy (Route 138) was Canada's very first highway. Explore the Portneuf region and the Jacques-Cartier area for magnificent mountain vistas and villages steeped in history and heritage.

Unless you'd rather take a ride on Route de la Nouvelle-France (route 360). This historic route winds past heritage homes and vestiges of bygone days on its way from Old Québec to Côte-de-Beaupré.

Lastly, you won't want to miss Île d'Orléans, with its scenic villages and beautiful old buildings. Touring the island is a trip back in time—and a great opportunity to sample local gourmet products. On your way off the island, make a refreshing stop at Parc de la Chute-Montmorency.

For more information, visit www.motorcyclingquebec.com

 

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