• 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.