We recommended to go on our rental scooters:

Places for visit on scooter 

in Mexico city

Zocalo

Highlights:

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral

National Palace

Templo Mayor Museum

Description:

Mexico City's main square has roots to the Aztecs & is now the site of frequent cultural events with main city sites. The Zócalo and surrounding blocks have played a central role in the city's planning and geography for almost 700 years. The site is just one block southwest of the Templo Mayor, which, according to Aztec legend and mythology, was considered the center of the universe. 


Difficulty to get there: 

4/10


Distance: 

9 km (4mi)


Total time: 

2-4 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Any bike

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/CVtwTvzvvFF4WHKV9

Chapultepec Castle

Highlights:

Chapultepec Castle

Bosque de Chapultepec

Museo Nacional de Antropología

Description:

This sprawling city park is 686 hectares & features many attractions such as a zoo & museums, park is one of the largest city parks in Mexico, measuring in total just over 686 hectares (1,700 acres). The area encompassing modern-day Chapultepec has been inhabited and considered a landmark since the pre-Columbian era, when it became a retreat for Aztec rulers. In the colonial period, Chapultepec Castle was built here, eventually becoming the official residence of Mexico's heads of state. 

Park contains most of the park's attractions, including the castle, the Chapultepec Zoo, the Museum of Anthropology, and the Rufino Tamayo Museum, among others. It receives an estimated 15 million visitors per year.


Difficulty to get there: 

2/10


Distance: 

5 km (3mi)


Total time: 

2-4 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Any bike

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/rLzNEcn48c5GaXGNA

Condesa-Roma 

Highlights:

Parque México

Churrería El Moro

All bars and restaurants

Description:

Condesa–Roma: "Magic Neighborhood for Tourists", one of the most architecturally significant and bastion of the creative communities of the city. The area is considered to be fashionable and popular with younger people, students and pet lovers. It features a large number of international restaurants, bars and nightclubs. 


Difficulty to get there: 

1/10


Distance: 

4 km (2.5mi)


Total time: 

1-2 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Any bike

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/cd44xB7gHuDPawn97

Xochimilco 

Highlights:

Pyramid of the Sun

Pyramid of the Moon

Description:

Xochimilco is best known for its canals, which are left from what was an extensive lake and canal system that connected most of the settlements of the Valley of Mexico. These canals, along with artificial islands called chinampas, attract tourists and other city residents to ride on colorful gondola-like boats called trajineras around the 170 km (110 mi) of canals.


Difficulty to get there: 

4/10


Distance: 

20 km (14mi)


Total time: 

3-5 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Any bike

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/69Z7SE4h9nremD1K7

Places around Mexico City

Pyramids of Teotihuacan 

Highlights:

Pyramid of the Sun

Pyramid of the Moon

Description:

Teotihuacan is an ancient Mesoamerican city with ones of the most architecturally significant Mesoamerican pyramids built in the pre-Columbian Americas, namely the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. At its zenith, Teotihuacan was the largest city in the Americas, considered as the first advanced civilization on the North American continent.


Difficulty to get there: 

6/10


Distance: 

65 km (40mi)


Total time: 

6-8 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Scooter Honda Cruising

Scooter Suzuki Burgman

Motorcycle Vento Rocketman 250CC

Motorcycle Vento Crossmax 300CC

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/uTzUStyiL1qQmeFt9

Ajusco National Park

Highlights:

Circle road on 3500m (11000ft) elevation

Restaurante "Cabaña Vicky"

Hike to volcano Ajusco

Description:

Cumbres del Ajusco National Park is one of the main national park near Mexico City. The Ajusco is known for its high elevations reaching 3,900 meters (12,795 ft) above sea level and is visible from any part of Mexico City. The park is characterized by pine-oak forests and high mountain grassland. Have circle road around and a lot of hiking trails.


Difficulty to get there: 

6/10


Distance: 

29 km (18mi)


Total time: 

6-8 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Motorcycle Vento Rocketman 250CC

Motorcycle Vento Crossmax 300CC

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/yH7zZmA6FD5dnoJ9A

Paso de Cortés

Highlights:

Road to 4000m (13100ft) elevation

View to active volcano Popocatépetl

Hike to volcano Iztaccíhuatl

Description:

National park with 2 volcanoes with incredible views.


Difficulty to get there: 

7/10


Distance: 

90 km (55mi)


Total time: 

8-10 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Motorcycle Vento Rocketman 250CC

Motorcycle Vento Crossmax 300CC

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/WwPHJEgngNKW4LnaA

Mirador Xochimilco-Oaxtepec

Highlights:

Views on countryside of central Mexico

View to active volcano Popocatépetl

Xochimilco 

Description:

Road with a relly good views


Difficulty to get there: 

6/10


Distance: 

55 km (35mi)


Total time: 

2-5 hours

Recommended type of bike: 

Motorcycle Vento Rocketman 250CC

Motorcycle Vento Crossmax 300CC

Google maps link:

https://maps.app.goo.gl/oY2fHVJ31wz1C9An7