For this 3-in-1 ride, you can start anywhere along the loop but one potential way to ride this route is to break it up into two loops. You can park in the carpark at Bukit Batok Nature Park and go north or south. I have the instructions beginning at Buona Vista MRT/StarVista because I like the cadence of the ride this way — the warm-up of the Green Corridor and neighborhood before hitting the hills.
Ride #13 – 100 km Doodle (because the map of your ride ends up looking like a doodle!) 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… Continue Reading “100km Doodle”
Ride #12: Woodlands, Sembawang and Yishun – SECRET PEDALS Difficulty Level: Strenuous, because it is long with portions of industrial roads. Route Start/End: Anywhere along the loop, but the instructions begin at the Springleaf Nature Park along Upper Thomson Rd, just north of the SLE.… Continue Reading “Secret Pedals: Woodlands, Sembawang and Yishun”
Ride #11 – East Coast Park, Changi Pt, Pasir Ris and Tampines Difficulty Level: Difficult Route Start/End: East Coast Park, Carpark G near National Sailing Center; or anywhere along the loop.Alternatively, if you need to rent a bike you can rent from CoastlineLeisure near Carpark… Continue Reading “East Coast Park, Changi Pt, Pasir Ris and Tampines”
This is a nice ride to do early in the morning before it gets too hot or in the evening after midday. A diverse ride with nature, industry, views to Malaysia, attractive canals, wetland park, and the historical village of Jalan Kayu.
Go deep into Singapore’s heartland with this ride on mostly PCNs, some sidewalks and streets.
Play in the park, stretch your legs, and listen to the birds sing! This ride takes you all the way to the north with views of Malaysia, almost entirely on PCNs.