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As an avid cyclist (I'm about to start a year or more tour of South America) I was always going to go on the Critical Mass rides in Medellin. This city loves cycling, and it shows on the rides. Several hundred people united by the...More
My wife and I booked a private tour with Mauro, who brought his associate Sylvia along to help out and made us a group of 4. It was an awesome way to get out and see more of the city--you can cover a lot more...More
SiClas proposed us a great experience by doing their cycling tours during the day and on Wednesday night. Their tour on Wednesday is a great means to advocate for urban cycling. People from SiClas are really welcoming.
My primo and I went with Mauro and his " socia?"( O la novia?) to do a little tour last Friday night in Medellin, aka. Medallo! This was a personalized tour so it was just the four of us, I would've liked to be more...More
I rented a bike from Mauro and joined the locals in the streets of Medellin on a Wednesday night - during one of the SiCLas critical mass cycling events. Cycling with a crowd and music through Medellin was a great experience.
I am naturally in love with these kind of events as I participate in critical mass Houston every month. It was amazing to be able to see the west side of Medellin (Belen and Laureles) during the tour. The event is safe, very well organized,...More
We spent a weekend at Medellín during our 3-week-Colombia holiday and especially enjoyed the Medellín Night Tour with Mauro from SiCLas. Booking the tour was very easy: we wrote an email and only a few hours later there was a reply from Mauro with his...More
This is a "take the night" bike ride that shows the city what pedal and people power can do. You cycle through barrios you wouldn't normally due to safety and feel the camaraderie and collective good will of 1000-2000 cyclists. The ride I went on...More