Biking in Rio de Janeiro

Despite the chaotic traffic, Rio de Janeiro is reasonably well equipped to meet cyclists' needs, and biking in Rio is a popular way to get fit and get around the city.

Unless you fancy taking your life into your own hands, cyclists in Rio should not take to the city streets on their bikes, but there are plenty of places to cycle and sightsee without putting your life in danger.

On Sundays, the entire seafront, from Leblon to Leme, is closed to traffic, making this a wonderful way to soak up the sun, the sea air and the sights without being troubled by the locals' somewhat terrifying driving.

The seven-kilometer track around beautiful Lagoa is another perfect spot for cyclists, while bicycles are the most popular way to get around Ilha da Paqueta, across the bay. Meanwhile, the national park has some more challenging terrain for cyclists in Rio who are more about adrenaline than gentle bike rides.

Orla Marítima

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Leme até Barra da Tijuca

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Lagoa

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Avenida Epitácio Pessoa
Lagoa

A beautiful place to unwind... read more

Ilha de Paquetá

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Baía de Guanabara

Boating and biking on the other side of the bay...
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Parque Nacional de Tijuca

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Floresta da Tijuca

For hikers and nature lovers... read more

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Parque do Flamengo

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Flamengo

Oasis of greenery within the city... read more

Laranjeiras

Bairro do Laranjeiras

Low-Key Nightlife... read more

PEDRA DA GAVEA

Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil

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Copacabana Beach

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Avenida Atlantica and Xavier da Silveira

The World's Most Famous Stretch of Sand?... read more

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Leme

Between the Morro do Leme and Avenida Princesa Isabel

Copacabana's less rowdy neighbor... read more
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