East Coast Park and Bedok Reservoir

Ride #5: East Coast Park and Bedok Reservoir

Difficulty Level: Easy

Route Start/End: Anywhere along the loop, but the instructions begin at the East Coast Park Carpark C1 near the Starbucks.  Alternatively, if you need to rent a bike you can rent from GoCycling near Carpark C4 and start from there.

Route Length: 24km +/-

Terrain: Flat

Route Comments: Jump into this ride anywhere along the way and complete the loop. A typical Start/End point would be the carpark near McDonalds or Starbucks in East Coast Park. Follow the PCN all the way east until you get to the ECP underpass and continue on the PCN up the canal all the way to Bedok Reservoir, then on around the Reservoir back down to the PCN all the way back to East Coast Park. There are a few ‘up-and-overs’ but I believe they all have ramps.

Caution: This route is almost entirely PCNs but does include road crossings. Watch for vehicles coming out of driveways too! They won’t be expecting you.

Click the map image to open the Google MyMaps Route in Google Drive.

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.

Email: Bike-a-LocalRobin@gmail.com


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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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