ELECTRIC BIKE TOURS

Green n' Trendy Buenos Aires


An amazing e-bike journey where you will discover, effortless, the greenest areas of the city, avoiding traffic jams, breathing fresh air while you enjoy the bests views of BA city.

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Grand e- Bike n' Wander . Riding to the SOUL of Baires


Discover Buenos Aires' contrasts, effortless, riding five hours on our e-bikes. Following the bike paths, we will dive into the "city porteña's” current life & history till we arrive to the first Port in town, La Boca.

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E-Bike n' Wander through Buenos Aires


Discover Buenos Aires' best kept secrets riding our e-bikes. Following the bike paths, we will dive into the "city porteña's” frenetic current life & history. we'll share with you all legends, curiosities and historical facts about controversial BA City.

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NEW: E- Bike and Tango experience


Immerse yourself in the local culture. Enjoy a typical Sunday in Buenos Aires riding an E-bike, having some pastries and mate in the park and becoming part of the local tango culture!

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Row & Ride Experience From Palermo Woods to Tigre's Delta


An amazing full-day experience visiting the world's only Delta that continues to grow! Lunch in an Island, included!

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EXPERIENCES

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Experiencias

Wine Tasting

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ABC Tango

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"The essential is invisible to the eyes" Antoine de Saint Exupéry

OUR BIKES!

Brand new and super comfortable bikes.

Fit for all audiences and good for your health.

Faster transport to get to the attractions.

Panoramic view to enjoy the road better.

Travel in group, feel yourself unique.

Clean energy.

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SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS WHEN CYCLING IN BUENOS AIRES.

Buenos Aires has a network of bike lanes, which are generally well maintained, but it’s good sense to keep your eyes open for potential hazards.

Expect to encounter anything from motorbikes, trash cans, joggers, skateboarders, rollerbladers, dog walkers, dog poo, unicyclists, people on deckchairs drinking mate, potholes, ladders, parked cars and even a clown walking on stilts around the streets of Buenos Aires.

An open mind and a bike bell are essential. Take it slow and remember that cycling is probably still quicker than taking a bus, and possibly even a taxi.When there isn’t a cycle lane,cyclists have priority in the lane furthest left on one-way avenues, while buses use the lane on the right.

Our advice is to bring comfortable clothe, wear sunblock, and your eyes wide open, to discover the highlight’s spots in Buenos Aires.