Cycling enthusiasts who are looking for a switch-up in their cycling route can do so with an interesting dinosaur-shaped cycling route created by cyclist John Chua. This route is a total of about 117km and lets riders travel around Singapore while “creating art”.
Dinosaur Cycle Trail
This route was first shared on the Love Cycling SG group and was tracked using the popular app Strava. John took a total of about 5 hours and 55 minutes to complete the route while other cyclists who were inspired by his route cycled for about 123km and clocked 7 hours.
There have also been adventurous hikers who tried to take the route as a hike, and successfully trekked 131.8km around Singapore, but shared that it was more suitable for cycling because of the lack of proper walking pavements.
Locations Covered In Dinosaur Cycle Trail
These are the different locations that the route will cover:
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Novena – Bishan – Khatib – Sembawang – Yishun Dam – Punggol – Pasir Ris – Changi Village – Jurassic Mile – Simei – Bedok – East Coast – Old Airport Road – Marina Barrage – Novena
Those who take this route can get a good workout as well as an opportunity to see some of the beautiful sights around Singapore and get lots of photo opportunities along the way.
For other interesting cycling routes in Singapore, see our page here.
See the original post here and the route on Strava here.