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Cycling Around Singapore Home
Singapore is a small island. Given a decent road bike, you can cycle around Singapore in just a few hours! And it is precisely the size
of our country which makes it an ideal place to go on a Tour de Singapore, local style!
Hardcore bikers can join the roadies on some of Singapore’s popular biking stretches of concrete alongside the whizzing cars, or be one with nature mountain biking the scenic off-road trails of some of Singapore’s last remaining nature reserves and parks.
If you’re into technical biking, you can explore the BMX or slalom bike tracks, join the urban street bike culture at the Youth Park, or even patiently practise the art of biketrial in the company of your neighbourhood biketrial guru!
Leisure bikers who would rather pedal at leisure and avoid riding the heavy vehicle traffic, can explore Singapore’s green network using Singapore’s park connectors which allows them to travel from park to park, coast to coast, park to town centres or just about anywhere on this island.
If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can ride to the island of Sentosa or hop onto a bumboat which will lead you to Pulau Ubin, an island in the northern part in Singapore. You can even take a bumboat at Changi Point and make trip to south-east coast of Malaysia but don't forget your along your passport, you can paddel all the way to Pangarrang or even further north Desaru.
So what are you waiting for? Get out and ride!!!! And don’t forget to ride safely that the main purpose of creating Cycling Around Singapore !