Do you love biking?
Do you love biking? Visit Sherbrooke and enjoy urban outings in the heart of nature! Trails, designated paths, and bike paths allow you to experience different parts of the city whatever your skill level.
Pedal a bit farther and you’ll arrive downtown, with its boutiques, restaurants and microbreweries. The heart of downtown Sherbrooke is the perfect spot for a gourmet break. You can also take the time to discover one of the city’s local museums.
On your trip, admire buildings from different periods in Sherbrooke’s history. Pedal along one of our heritage circuits and admire Sherbrooke’s unique architecture, then head along the shores of one of our rivers. You will quickly understand why Sherbrooke has been attracting visitors for more than two hundred years. Sherbrooke offers cyclists a range of experiences combining both urban and natural landscapes.
Biking during the Covid period
To reduce the risk of contagion, cyclists must respect health rules issued by the Quebec government. These rules may change as the situation evolves.
Pedestrians always have the right-of-way
If you bike in congested areas, reduce your speed, and avoid passing between pedestrians. Please remember that pedestrians always have the right-of-way.
Respect the 2-metre
You can head out as a family or group of friends as long as you respect the 2-metre physical distancing standard.
Bring everything you need
Please make sure you bring everything you need: Water, Equipment to repair your bike, a “Covid Kit” which includes gloves, a disinfectant, and a mask for areas where physical distancing is not possible.
The City of Sherbrooke and region is full of bike paths for all tastes. If you want to go on a bike ride for up to 72 hours, it is possible to park your car for free and safely in the parking lot at Lucien-Blanchard Park. You must first obtain a mandatory pass at the Tourist Information Office, located at 785 King Street West, Sherbrooke, Que. J1H 1R8.
Check out the interactive map on the City of Sherbrooke's website for work on the bike network. Call the City of Sherbrooke Dispatcher at 819-821-5858.