The route created by the conversion of several kilometers of city streets into a circuit of pedestrian and cyclist pathways for a few hours each Sunday. In place of motorized vehicles, the roads are used by walkers, joggers, cyclists, and rollerbladers, as well as for various cultural, sporting, or other recreational activities. The CicloRecreoVía is open, that is, anyone can enter or exit the CicloRecreoVía at the hour and point on the circuit of their choosing. It is worth mentioning that the route can be followed in both directions.
Infrastructure specifically constructed for transportation on bicycle. It is permanent and is specially designed for the exclusive transportation of cyclists. Generally speaking, they are not used for recreational purposes. In the United States they are often referred to as bike paths, or bike lanes, depending on whether they are separated from the road by a barrier or not.
A caravan of cyclists (and sometimes rollerbladers) that, within a period of usually no more than an hour, ride a predetermined loop through a series of city streets. The cicletada, normally, does not imply the closing of the streets where the participants ride.
The security and safety personnel of the CicloRecreoVía who are trained and authorized to assist participants in the CicloRecreoVía and to help and orient motorists that must enter or leave the route in their vehicle.
The Mini Vigías are children and adolescents that approached us with the interest of participating in and helping with the activities and tasks that must be accomplished each week as part of the CicloRecreoVía. They also have their own distinctive uniform.