Sao Paulo Cycling Guide

Brazil

A bike will serve you well in Sao Paulo – traffic here is incredible. Bike lanes are popping up every day, but you should still ride with a purpose and familiarize yourself with the city. It’s massive, with much to discover and challenging terrain just outside the city.

  • 10,796 Rides per Week
  • 206,994 Miles per Week
Sao Paulo Running Guide

Top Cycling Routes in Sao Paulo

  1. Mauá Maluco

    • 60.1 mi Distance
    • 5,615 ft Elevation

    Within a few minutes you are out of town on this beautiful ride that takes riders above the most important water reservoirs of Sao Paulo. An easy to access road, the landscapes ...

    • Auto Posto Sena Madureira (Ipiranga)
    • Emporio Guatas
    • and 2 more
  2. Volta do Frango

    • 66.3 mi Distance
    • 5,376 ft Elevation

    Exciting, very technical, and a complete workout, Volta do Frango has it all. You'll ride on long avenues through the city and deserted narrow roads, alongside green mountains a...

    • America
    • Br Mania - República do Líbano
    • and 8 more
  3. Estrada Velha Campinas

    • 79.8 mi Distance
    • 4,771 ft Elevation

    With excellent asphalt quality and picturesque landscapes, Estrada Velha Campinas is full of green vistas. Complete with a good number of easy climbs, this mostly flat route use...

    • America
    • Base Cidade Universitária
    • and 3 more
  4. Pelotão do Jóquei

    • 52.6 mi Distance
    • 1,955 ft Elevation

    Known as the most popular group ride in Sao Paulo, Pelotão do Jockey is the favored training route in the city. A group of local pros and amateurs meet on a weekly basis to ride...

    • Base Cidade Universitária
    • Base Santo Amaro
    • and 3 more
  5. Pico do Jaragua

    • 32.2 mi Distance
    • 3,910 ft Elevation

    Pico do Jaraguá is the highest mountain in Sao Paulo and has been nominated as a world heritage site. Gold has been found on the mountain so keep an eye out for nuggets as you c...

    • Lanchonete Viaduto Nove De Julho
    • Largo Padre Péricles
    • and 3 more
  6. Volta de Cabreúva

    • 112.7 mi Distance
    • 10,143 ft Elevation

    Also known as "Volta do Suco", this route follows Estrada dos Romeiros, a Catholic pilgrimage route. An incredibly beautiful road, you'll follow the Tietê River and soon forget ...

    • Base Villa-Lobos
    • Bicicletário
    • and 4 more
  7. Volta de Jordanésia

    • 61.9 mi Distance
    • 4,683 ft Elevation

    You'll ride along the top two Brazilian highways, Rodovia Anhanguera and Rodovia dos Bandeirantes, on this fast route. With fantastic vistas and a few easy climbs, it's easy to ...

    • Brigada Miguel Bataglia
    • Posto BR
    • and 2 more
  8. Volta da Interligação Anchieta-Imigrantes

    • 57.0 mi Distance
    • 3,844 ft Elevation

    Following Rodovia dos Imigrantes and Rodovia Anchieta, these highways are used to access the seashore. Check the weather forecast before you head out as this route can oftentime...

    • Auto Posto Borssato
    • Ciclofaixa
    • and 2 more