Mexico Bike Tour
If it seems nuts to consider riding a bike in traffic-clogged Mexico City, it's worth noting that the city has had a bike share program since 2007 and has an ever-growing number of bike lanes—and steadily increasing riders, too. Still too intimidating? Sign up for a group ride with the outfitter Mexico Bike Tour. Two main tour options give riders a peek into different Mexico City neighborhoods and attractions a visitor wouldn't necessarily be likely to see on their own. One option takes riders through Bosque Chapultepec, Mexico City's massive urban park; the other takes them to Coyoacán, the neighborhood where artist Frida Kahlo lived. Numerous stops make time for engaging narrative about history and culture, as well as visits to key sites.