Mexico City is one of the biggest cities in the world. What better way to get to know this vast megalopolis than on two wheels? In this experience, we will see how the city has grown through the ages, and how it has adapted to meet the needs of its ever-growing population in terms of transport. This experience will focus on the most iconic landmarks that reflect the development of the capital since it was founded until the present day.
I'm a Mexico City native who has traveled all over the world. Ten years ago, I was forced to sell my car and took up cycling to get around the city. Now I realize that was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. Traversing this amazing city on two wheels allows you to discover new things on a daily basis, with a completely different point of view. I'd like to share my experiences with you, and help you understand what Mexico City is really about.
A bottle of water
Bicycles Essential items for cycling safely
The route will explore the following sites: - Foro Lindbergh - La Estela de Luz - El Castillo de Chapultepec - El Museo de Antropología - Las Alas de México - Paseo de la Reforma - La Diana Cazadora - El Angel de la Independecia - El Monumento a la Madre - El Monumento a la Revolución - La Alameda Central - El Hemiciclo a Juárez - El Palacio de Bellas Artes - La Torre Latino - El Zocalo - La Catedral - Templo Mayor - La Glorieta de la Cibeles
The route is approximately 16 km (10 miles) and takes four hours to complete. It is recommended that you are in good physical shape though it is not essential as we will be going at a relaxed pace.