Whether you cycle for pleasure or transportation, the Town of Pincourt’s 11.4 km of bike paths allow you to ride safely.
Between May 1 and October 31, a portion of the bike path network is made even safer with the addition of bollards.
The Town’s bike paths in figures
0.9 km of designated roadways
1.2 km of paved shoulders
7 km of street bike lanes
2.3 km of separate bike paths
Total: 11.4 km
To discover Île Perrot by bicycle, Tourisme Suroît suggests you try the Mills Route, one of its roadway cycling circuits. Start at the top of Cardinal-Léger Boulevard and take it all the way to chemin Duhamel. Turn left onto chemin Duhamel, which eventually becomes Perrot Boulevard. Ride along the water and return to your starting point via Grand Boulevard in L’Île-Perrot, which becomes 5th Avenue in Pincourt.
On your ride, take advantage of the opportunity to visit Parc historique de la Pointe-du-Moulin and the historic Sainte-Jeanne-de-Chantal church.
Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot – L'Île-Perrot: 11.7 km
L'Île-Perrot – Pincourt: 5.4 km
Terrasse-Vaudreuil – Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot: 11.8 km
Total: 28.9 km (easy)
The 5th Avenue bike path is part of the Route verte network of bikeways.
You can go all the way to Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue by taking 5th Avenue/Grand Boulevard and Galipeault Bridge.
Ride along Forest Avenue to the Town limits, where you can connect with the Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot bike path.