Difficulty Level: Strenuous because of length.
Route Start/End: Customs House, Marina Bay; or anywhere along the loop.
Route Length: 100km +/-
Terrain: Combination of roads, PCNs, sidewalks, trails and some moderate hills here and there.
Route Comments: Have fun while checking your 100km bike ride off your bucket list! This ride begins in Marina Bay, proceeds up the Kallang River and into Yishun for some interesting surprises. Over to Seletar and Punggol, then Pasir Ris and Changi Point. There are some wild and natural parks, lovely canals, chance encounters with monkeys and beautiful views of the Strait of Johor.
This ride will test your endurance and ability to handle Singapore heat or rain!
The instructions are organized so that you get the interesting parts that you need to pay attention to during the first two-thirds of the ride. Once you get to Changi Pt, you don’t have to look at the map anymore, just ride back along East Coast Park to Marina Bay! Celebrate your hard work with a cocktail and a lovely view of the bay!
Caution: This route is a combination of roads, PCNs and sidewalks. Caution is required at all crossings and please remember to be respectful of others sharing your space, whether it is buses, cars, cyclist and especially pedestrians.
The Google My Map is linked here and the Instructions (in a Google Doc) are linked here.
Contact us with any questions or updates to the route.
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Our routes have been carefully planned for maximum safety. We cycle mainly on PCNs (Park Connectors), alleyways, quiet streets and sidewalks. However in a big city like Singapore, it will be unavoidable for us to cross busy roads during the course of the rides.
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