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Rio by Bike Tours
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In the mood for a more exclusive bike ride, just book a private tour with us. You can reach us at: contact@riobybike.com for more information.
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Beautiful work by street artist Tosh close to the Museum of Modern Art
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Great bike lanes along the Bay of Guanabara, while doing the Panoramic tour!
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Cycling while seeing Sugar Loaf mountain is one the great things of doing a Rio bike tour.
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Brazil's loved poet, Carlos Drummond de Andrade (1902-1987), is hard to miss while cycling along Copacabana's boulevard. One of the neighborhood's most well known residents, he was honoured in 2002 with a statue, sitting on a bench with his back to the sea. "There was a city written into the sea" (No mar estava escrita uma cidade), his famous words about Rio, are carved on the bench. It's one of the four statues along the famous beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema and, obviously, a favorite photo spot for locals and travellers.
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Great blog and pics about Rio by Bike from Australian food lover and blogger John Bek.


http://heneedsfood.com/2016/10/rio-bike-bike-tour-rio-de-janeiro/
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You've probably heard and read something about safety in Rio de Janeiro – or the lack thereof. The bottom line is: act like you care, like you know and like you're aware.
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The aquaduct of Rio de Janeiro, or Arcos da Lapa, is one of the most historic constructions in the city. Build in 1750, it was used to bring water from the river Carioca, located on the hill where nowadays is the neighborhood Santa Teresa, to the old city center. These days you have the possibility to hop on the tram bonde to go for a ride over the Arcos to Santa Teresa. The bonde is the oldest one in Rio started in 1877 and runs daily, just not on Sunday, from 11am to 16pm. The trip is free and it leaves every 20 minutes. It fits 32 people, so sometimes it will take some patience, since there can be quite a waiting line. It always helps to come early, so you can get the first ride of the day!
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