The Duke City Pedaler boards in downtown Albuquerque at the brand new Albuquerque Tourism & Sightseeing Factory ("The Factory"). The Factory is located at 330 Tijeras Ave NW. If you see statues of people on the sidewalk, you're at the right place. 


By car

The following directions will guide you to "The Factory."

From the north: take I-25 south. Exit Martin Luther King Jr. Ave and head west to Tijeras Ave. At the intersection of Tijeras and 3rd St is the Hyatt and our box office located inside the hotel at Suite Q.

From the south: take I-25 north. Exit Martin Luther King Jr. Ave and head west to Tijeras Ave. At the intersection of Tijeras and 3rd St is the Hyatt and our box office located inside the hotel at Suite Q.

From the east: take I-40 west to I-25 south. Exit Martin Luther King Jr. Ave and head west to Tijeras Ave. At the intersection of Tijeras and 3rd St is the Hyatt and our box office located inside the hotel at Suite Q.

From the west: take I-40 east to I-25 south. Exit Martin Luther King Jr. Ave and head west to Tijeras Ave. At the intersection of Tijeras and 3rd St is the Hyatt and our box office located inside the hotel at Suite Q.


By NM Rail Runner Express

The NM Rail Runner Express is New Mexico's commuter rail line. From the Alvarado Transportation Center (downtown Albuquerque), follow this link for route options. 


Other modes of transportation

If you find yourself in ABQ without a car, don't worry; getting around is simple. Check out the Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau's webpage on Getting Around Albuquerque to plan your journey to the Duke City Pedaler.

If you really want to experience Albuquerque from a local's perspective, you may want to use public transportation. The City of Albuquerque transit department, ABQ Ride, has information on reaching Albuquerque's many tourist attractions. To make things easier, you can plan your ride with their new online trip-planning tool.