This six-lane street runs from Simon Bolivar Park - a major cyclist destination - to 26th St., which has one of the nicest ciclorutas in Bogotá.
So, why doesn't this street, of all places, have a cycle route? It's wide enough, cars drive fast and cyclists use it.
Even more absurd, to get onto the 26th St. cicloruta, one has to hoist the bike up over this tall curb. Why no ramp?