Welcome to the Niagara River
For individuals looking for an outdoor experience that entertains and informs, Niagara River Bike Tours is for you. Group tours have a maximum of 8 participants, allowing for a personalized interactive experience, and we can also take private reservations. To best accommodate you tours are also offered in Dutch and Spanish as well as English. Niagara River Bike Tours will be offering all participants reflective vests and a light snack. We have robust, exciting, and educational itineraries sure to stimulate the curiosity of participants so we hope you will join us.
The Original Tour: Niagara Falls
This cycling tour showcases the hidden gems along the Niagara Gorge. The tour starts at Queenston Heights goes as far South as Rosberg Family Park in Niagara Falls, then finishes back where we started, for a total of 18km. The tour follows the Niagara River with informative stops at locations such as Brock's Monument, the Power Stations, the Floral Clock, Niagara Glen Nature Reserve, the whirlpool, and the railway bridge. On the return, stops continue to focus on the natural splendour, diversity, and historical richness of the Niagara region.
This tour has 3 options for touring; you can bring your own bike, rent one (courtesy of Vino Velo), or use an e-bike (courtesy of Niagara e-bikes). With a regular bicycle the tour is two and half hours and with an e-bike we cover the same route and itinerary in a relaxing 2 hours. E-bike experiences are for ages 18+ only.
Prepare to be amazed by the rich history, nature and hard working people of Niagara-on-the-Lake. This town and country tour is a 24km loop and makes informative stops at Mississauga beach, Butler's Barracks National Historic Site, McFarland Park along the Niagara River, The Virgil Dam and Reservoir Conservation Area, and other locations. Experience this incredible opportunity to learn about Niagara's nature, agricultural practices, and history.
This scenic ride also has 3 touring options; you can bring your own bike, rent one using Zoom BikeShare, or rent an e-bike. You can expect the tour to take roughly 2 and a half hours. The e-bike experience is for ages 18+.