Cycling in Dubai is favorite among outdoor activities in Dubai and so you can find many cycling or bike tracks all over. Dubai is sprawling up with many cycling tracks and in winter you can find many biking enthusiasts go for bike rides either for leisure or sporty outdoor adventures. These cycling or bike tracks are located along with the beautiful backdrop of the city skyline or nature terrains. Go for environmentally friendly sports mobility around Dubai and experience Dubai most uniquely.
WHERE TO BIKE IN DUBAI? – CYCLING TRACKS IN DUBAI
NAD AL SHEBA
Bike at the cycle path which has a beautiful backdrop of Downtown Dubai and Burj Khalifa. This cycle track is converted to a came track near the Meydan racecourse. It has 3 stages 4km, 6km and 8km with other facilities like changing rooms & shower facilities. The path is well-listed so you can take a ride in the evenings too. Children can also join in with a special dedicated track to them with interesting street signs, speed bumps which give a glimpse of road safety and road ride to young riders.
AL QUDRA CYCLE TRACK
Ride along the beautiful desert in natural surroundings at Al Qudra Cycle track. This is a little away from city noise and with the complete natural surroundings. Two cycling paths are perfect for mid to experienced level bikers. The short path is 18 km and the big loop is 50 km with beautiful dunes on your side. You can also hire bikes on the spot. No need to book, free activity if you bring your bikes and helmets.
Dubai Autodrome offers a closed 2.46 cycling track which is good for beginners to experienced people. Booking is not required and you can start when you arrive. Sometimes weekly evening events are held under floodlights.
CITY PARKS – AL BARSHA PARK or AL MUSHRIF PARK
Some of the most popular hangout parks or picnic spots for families. The Al Barsha park also has a 1500 m long cycling path for children and adults. This park is perfect for young toddlers too.
Mushrif Park is one of the oldest parks in the country and is located on Khawaneej Road in Mirdiff. The whole garden is spread out in 1300 acres that offers a 5km track for cycling. Cyclists can enjoy the 2 lane track which also passes through dunes. The garden has some nominal amount of entrance fees.
The Dubai Canal is a public waterfront destination that is popular for amazing views of the famous skyline of Dubai. This path passes through Sheikh Zayed Road across Safa Park and Jumeirah. This 3.2km ride is a newly developed path
JUMEIRAH CYCLING PATH
If you love Marina views with stunning skyline then ride along the beach which is a 14 km cycling/jogging track running from Dubai Sailing Club to Umm Sequemm.
SOME CYCLING TIPS – BIKING IN DUBAI, UAE
- From November to March, the weather is perfect for biking in the day time. In summer, go for a late evening bike.
- Wearing helmets are compulsory.
- Keep hydrated yourself in between.
- There are Careem rental bikes at every spot. But these bikes are normal bikes, so if you are sports enthusiasts then take bikes with gear with you.
- Children under 12 should be accompanied by adults.
- Do not use cycle or bike tracks for other purposes.
- Look out for BYKY spots or Careem bikes to rent a bike. Rentals start from 20 AED. Public rental bikes do not have gears and are simple bikes.
- Private rental shops on the spot offer rentals for approximately 100 AED for 2 hours for bikes with gear – a complete sports bike.
OPTIONS FOR BIKE TRACKS IN OTHER EMIRATES OF UAE
- Al Wathba cycling track, Abu Dhabi
- Al Hudayriat Cycling track, Abu Dhabi
- Al Ain Cycle track
- Yas Marina Circuit
- Hatta Mountain bike track, Dubai
So gear up with your bikes, wear your sports gear and take a view of Dubai on your bike. A perfect way to explore Dubai in most sustainable way and a healthy outdoor activity for all ages.
So, till then KEEP TRAVELING……………… KEEP EXPLORING……………………………………………………
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