- We do group tours every day, leaving at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. which cost 40,000 pesos per person, including the bicycle and helmet. No reservations needed.
Duration? We encourage our guides to express their personalities and interests, and so our tours vary in length, from 4 to 5 hours – but if you need to return early, we can help you to do that.
Dress? Wear comfortable clothing. It’s a casual ride, not a race, with many stops, and mostly flat.
Ride Difficulty? The tour is casual, mostly flat, with frequent stops. You should be in basic good health and feel comfortable on a bicycle, including near car traffic.
What to bring? Sunblock; spending money; perhaps earplugs (tejo is loud!) and good spirits!
Luggage? Coming from/going to the airport or bus station? To save a trip to your hotel, you can store your bags in the back of our shop during the tour. The area is not locked, but we’ve never had a problem.
Languages: Our group tours are in English; we do our best to accommodate Spanish and French speakers by making tours bilingual or creating separate groups.
Private Tours: We also offer private tours in English, Spanish, French and German, as well as thematic tours focused on street art, food, coffee, history, politics or other topics. Ask us!
Rentals: We also rent bikes. It’s first-come, first-served, so show up early on busy days. We open about 8 a.m. Rentals include helmets and locks.