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Bhavesh Prabhu

Where can I find bicycle paths


Dubai, UAE




@Meydan Cycle Park Signposted from the Meydan Road, free car parking, free to use (so far). Bring drinking water with you. Open 24 hrs? Tracks have lighting at night. Cycle shop planned (unknown if open or what the opening hours are). No cycle rental as far as we know. Cycle Safe Dubai and Revolution Cycles have been working with the Dubai Ruler's Office to develop the Meydan Cycle park where the camel race track was in Meydan City (Nad Al Sheba) area. Construction timeline and opening date not supplied. Bicycle and running tracks planned include: 3 cycling tracks (4 km, 6 km, 8 km) that can also be used for running and jogging, a separate children's cycle track (850 meters length) with RTA road signs for education, a BMX track (350 meters), cross country running tracks (3km and 7km long). Other facilities include a children's playground. Tracks will (or might) be lit at night (timings not supplied).


@Al Barsha Pond Park حديقة بحيرة البرشاء , Al Barsha - small cycle track around the pond, also bicycle rental available inside the park. Al Rigga Street in Deira has a short marked bicycle path near the Al Rigga Metro Station


@Arabian Ranches to Bab Al Shams cycle path - construction started February 2012, completion date expected to be end of June 2012. Total length about 45-50 km. Construction cost about AED 19 million. Starts near Arabian Ranches and the Dubai Bypass Road - first roundabout after the Bypass Road bridge, along Al Qudra Road, then to Bab Al Shams resort, or something. Press release 21 April 2012 quoted Mattar Al Tayer, head of the RTA, as saying "The first cycling track stretches 18 km and runs besides the northern part of Al Qudra Road. It starts off the first R/A following the bridge over the Dubai Bypass Road and extends up to the R/A on the intersection of Bab Al Shams Road and Al Qudrah Roads; where it joins with the second track to ensure continuity for the enthusiasts of long-distance cycling sport. The second track stretches about 27 km and starts off the front of Bab Al Shams Hotel and runs till the R/A at Al Qudrah Road, before it moves southward along the road leading to Seih Al Daha."


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