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The best way to explore a city is by bike.
Ride through Medellín, the second largest city in Colombia, known as the “city of eternal spring” for its delicious weather all year round
We had a difficult time of violence and drug trafficking, but we have turned the page and today Medellín has become a model city for social innovation. There is no better way to discover Medellín than by bike. Get to know the development of our city, its history, and its culture, and experience the warmth of its people.
We move the local economy: We work hand in hand with local entrepreneurs to share together the best of Colombia.
Unique experiences: The perfect mix between bike, culture, gastronomy, and tradition, in one ride.
Cycle routes around Medellín: Explore Medellín outside the city traffic.
Everything included in the bike ride: A nice ride around Medellin, snacks along the way, beer and good coffee… “Until the last little coffee”.
A bike ride through the most emblematic neighborhoods of Medellín, passing through…
Our journey begins with one of our architectural landmarks, one of our numerous churches. One of them is the Church of Perpetual Help, inspired by French Gothic as reflected in the façade, which highlights the archivolt of the main door, the central rose window, and two tall towers, topped by a glass and copper work. , for which the temple is also known as the Church of Mirrors. Learn how this historic neighborhood became the Perpetuo Socorro Creative District, a reality for companies, entrepreneurs, groups, and people who imagine the future.
The Plaza Botero arose as part of the transformation that took place in the Center of Medellín and in the Museum of Antioquia at the beginning of the 21st century. Its construction involved the demolition of an entire block of buildings in order to recover public space for the people of Medellin. The artist Fernando Botero donated 23 sculptures and the Plaza that bears his name is his largest open-air museum. Choose your favorite sculpture and don’t miss a good photo.
We visited the Park of Light which takes its name in homage to the Cuban engineer Francisco Javier Cisneros, a precursor of the Antioqueño Railroad. It is located between the EPM Library, the Vásquez and Carré Buildings, and the old Railway Station. In 2002 it was remodeled and since then it has presented its current appearance. Its charm lies in the 300-light columns, each 24 meters high. Together, they add up to a total of 2,100 lights simulating the phases of the moon.
Esta antigua plaza, conocida como plaza de Guayaquil, fue uno de los lugares más concurridos de la ciudad, un espacio donde se daban diferentes manifestaciones de la vida de Medellín, pues la plaza se convirtió en el sitio donde se podía comprar, vender y comerciar todo lo que la gente necesitaba, lo que provocaba que todas las personas sin importar clase o estrato social frecuentaran sus espacios.
The Alpujarra is an urban set of buildings from where the Departmental Governments of Antioquia and the Municipal Government of Medellín are administered, in a large square crowned by the work “El Monumento a la Raza” by the sculptor Rodrigo Arenas Betancur. You cannot leave Medellín without knowing how Antioquia and Medellín are administered.
The Velodrome is named in honor of the historic Colombian cyclist Cochise, it has brought great figures such as Fernando Gaviria, Juan Esteban Arango, Juliana Gaviria, and Fabián Puerta, among others.
It is possible to live in the past of that city of trams, mules, and player pianos, in a place full of history and charm. On its walls, it is possible to relive the years of history, music, and dance that have been part of a thriving culture. We have a Colombian coffee while acclimated by the music and the stories of Gardel will make your travel to the past of Medellín.
A fashion district, a new concept of commercial space in Medellín, where various proposals by young designers from Paisa or from Medellín converge, among majestic trees and traditional houses. Like Oxford Street in London, Fifth Avenue in New York, and Avenida Montaigne in Paris, Medellín also offers a route where you find commerce, amid modern architecture and an urban context.
However you want, the law in Colombia does not require it for urban rides, we will provide you with one if you want to use it.
We recommend casual shorts, no bib shorts and neither cycling shorts, it is a very casual urban ride.
Yes, you can carry the backpack forward in the basket.
In Medellín, it usually rains very briefly and almost always in the afternoon, so there is little chance of it raining. If it’s raining let’s wait a moment and go out.