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.