Guided tour

Mexico City: Chapultepec & Reforma Historic Bike Experience

4.9 / 5

8 reviews

Activity provider: Poray Biclaturs & Rentals

Mexico City: Chapultepec & Reforma Historic Bike Experience

Activity provider: Poray Biclaturs & Rentals
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Journey back in time and explore 1000 years of the forest's history. See where epic scenes unfolded leaving magnificent buildings and monuments in testimony to the royalty that once reigned.

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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English
Wheelchair accessible
Small group
Limited to 10 participants


  • Ride along the largest dedicated bike lane in Mexico city
  • Learn the hidden history behind the Reforma circles
  • Celebrate a personal victory at the Mexico's iconic Angel
  • Admire the only real castle in America
  • Enjoy pedaling on a Sunday morning on the main avenue which is closed to cars
Full description
Meet your guide at a downtown bike rental shop for either a morning or afternoon tour, depending on the time you have selected. Choose your bicycle from a range of different styles. The team will help you feel comfortable in the saddle. Receive a brief safety tutorial from your experienced guide. Afterward, hop on your bike, hit the street and let the adventure begin. Cruise down the streets of Mexico City as you listen to your guide tell the story of Mexico's history– a history filled with epic battles thrilling tales. Admire the monuments and sculptures which adorn Reforma avenue and learn the legends behind them. Visit El Angel, one of Mexico city's most iconic landmarks. Let the Rain God Tlaloc show you the entrance to Chapultepec Park. Breath in the fresh air from the parks ancient trees. Discover the history of Mexico, from its ancient past to its present. Learn about the Aztecs, the glorious Mexican Maximilian Emperor, and Porfirio Díaz cosmopolitan vision to beautify this seven centuries old capital city, once chosen to be part of a great European empire. On Sundays, you will share the avenue just with bicycles. The streets are closed to motorists so families can enjoy physical activities.
  • Comfortable bicycle and helmet
  • Bottled water
  • Savvy local guide
  • Frequent stops to hear fun facts and urban legends
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Drinks besides from water
  • Gratuities
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
  • Masks are optional but are strongly recommended while indoors

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Meeting point

Poray bike rental shop at the Fontan Hotel lobby. Av. Paseo de la Reforma 24, Colonia Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen

Know before you go

  • This is a family friendly activity. There are options for babies 1 years-old and up. Toddler and infant bike extensions, and Tandem bikes are available.
  • This tour goes at an easy pace, making it welcoming to cyclists of all levels.
  • Drinks ( not mentioned) and gratuities are not included in the ticket price
  • Comfortable bikes on rent are included in the tour
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 8 reviews

Review summary

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You can easily rent a bike and ride around and look at the city yourself, which is highly recommended in any case. But if you want to go directly to the things that are most interesting then having a tour guide is the best way to go about it. If you happen to be in the city on a Sunday, some of the major avenues are closed including La Reformer Avenue and you can ride a bike from Chapeltepec park all the way to the church of Guadalupe but this is not part of any tour. Make sure you bring a bike lock so that you can leave the bike. If you do go to the church of Guadalupe make sure that you climb the stairs behind the church to the very top to see another church and I’m much better view.

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July 25, 2022

A very safe journey of almost 4 hours, with several stops to rest and listen to the LED guide, some very interesting explanations of the monuments under renovation. The entrance to Chapultepec is spectacular looking from the front of the monument to the heroes children, and the castle on top. We went through the entire first section knowing monuments, magical places, fountains and paths with a very interesting flora. Really highly recommended and a minimum condition is required to finish it without difficulty. The guide Danielle (led) very friendly, knowledgeable about the route and the history of Mexico.

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September 23, 2020

Danny is very passionate about his job, easy to like, lots of knowledge with a good mix of whit and good English

January 24, 2020

Product ID: 202252