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Few things in life are…

Today is your lucky day! It has been nearly a year and a half since the first route was published on Bike-a-Local.com and I can’t thank you all enough for the support and enthusiasm you showed by testing, purchasing, riding and sharing your pictures from these rides. I loved creating them, and then shooting off…

Commit to the February Treasure Hunt!

Are you craving a challenge to get you through February while we wait for the world to open up? Cycle 300km and ‘collect’ (take pictures of) 15 treasures around Singapore during the month of February. That’s an average of 75km a week. You can do this!If you need help getting to a treasure on your…

Finally! Yip Yew Chong’s Mural Ride – Part 2

Check it y’all! The Part 2 ride has tons of cool murals, not just YYC but also lots of other cool artists, but not only that, there are some Secrets from Heidi Sarna’s book Secret Singapore as well! Finally, this route has a link route that connects Part 1 to Part 2, in the case…

Q&A with a happy customer!

Bike-A-Local Q&A with Keriann, a 16-year resident of Singapore Keriann has purchased and sampled two of our Bike-A-Local rides, so we caught up with her to see how they went. Bike-A-Local: How do you read the Bike-A-Local map as you’re riding? Do you have a phone mount on your bike? Keriann: I keep my phone in…

Check out Woodlands, Sembawang and Yishun!

Woodlands and Yishun might be a part of the island you didn’t know much about so this is a good time to get on your bike and go exploring! There are nature parks, jungles, jetties, and lots of history, so get out there and stretch your legs and your brain!

Southeast

Peranakan history, and beach glory! BedokMarine ParadeJoo Chiat Riding in the southeast of Singapore is quite varied. It has the longest (nearly) uninterrupted stretch of bicycle trail in all of Singapore. Indeed, you can ride from Tanjong Rhu to Changi Village, approximately 30km, and cross almost no roads! (There is a crossing up at the…

Northeast

It seems to go on forever… Pasir Ris and TampinesChangi Pt Riding in the northeast of Singapore is changing rapidly. As areas like Pasir Ris and Tampines become increasingly developed, more bike lanes and bike-friendly attitudes are being adopted. This makes for pleasant rides but still a need for caution, predictability and awareness. The car…

Central South

Believe it or not, you can cycle there! Alexandra CanalGillman BarracksLabrador ParkSentosa IslandMarina Bay Don’t let the fact that this area is a busy business district fool you into thinking it will be bad for cycling. From Marina Bay, Alexandra Canal and Labrador Park, to Sentosa Island, there are so many interesting and safe places…

Central North

The true ‘Jewels’ of Singapore Punggol and Coney Island (Serangoon Island)SeletarSengkangYishun & Woodlands Connect the dots riding between  these remarkable places, from the engineering prowess of Punggol Waterway and Seletar Airport, to views to Malaysia, from the Woodlands Waterfront, Punggol Pt to Coney Island. Soak up the natural beauty of Sengkang River and Rower’s Bay,…

Southwest

Find pockets of nature, architecture and modern history amongst the industry. NTU (Nanyang Technical University)Jurong (Lake Gardens and Chinese Gardens)Bukit Batok The western part of Singapore is the youngest in terms of development, which makes it feel like a fresh and expansive new territory to explore. . But the jewels of the west are not…

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