The Best Bike Rental Shop in Montreal
Every Rental Includes
- A nice clean helmet
- A really solid lock
- Front & rear lights
- A map of Montreal
- Personalized suggestions
Bike Rental Fees
|City Bike / Hybrid||25$||40$||25$||125$|
|Baby Seat / Trail-gator||15$||25$||15$||75$|
Ideal for daily rides in the city, we love Linus for their simplicity & style. 3 models are available: The traditional Roadster, step-through Dutchi, and in-between Mixte. Available in many sizes big & small!
The best of two worlds. More versatile, these bikes are well designed for longer, faster city rides with flat handlebars and a straighter riding position. We've equipped them with rear racks and kickstands for added functionality.
Cargo & Kids Bikes
The Masi CX Comp is a fast, comfortable steel bicycle ideal for long road rides, light off-roading and cyclotouring. Whether it's a quick ride up Mont-Royal or a week-long tour, this bicycle will carry you just about anywhere you might want to go.
Cargo & Kids' bikes
Moving? Planning a big BBQ in the parc? Looking to carry your kids around the city? Fitz offers many options including 20/24" bikes, trailers, and child seats. We are very excited to offer our customers Yuba Cargo bikes that can carry up to 3 kids (440 lbs)! Check out the Yuba Boda Boda and the Mundo here!
Rental Inquiry Form
Rent a Bike with Fitz and join the local Bicycle culture.
We've rented bikes around the world from Amsterdam to Vietnam and learned what makes it special. We'll put you on the right bike, adapted to your ride and size. We'll offer you a helmet you'll want to wear, and a lock that will inspire confidence. We'll provide a map and personalized riding route, sights to see, and places to eat & drink. People often tell us we offer the best bike rental service they've ever experienced.
What's a Bixi Bike?
We love BIXI, Montreal’s public bike system! It’s a great alternative means of urban transport and it’s very popular with locals. If you’re looking for a quick way of getting from Point A to Point B, we encourage you to find a BIXI station and rent one of their bikes. They sure are handy but they’re not ideal for long rides since they’re a bit heavy, have only 3-speeds, and are rented for 30-minute periods. Look for more information on the BIXI web site to understand the pricing structure.