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Fri, 2 October 2015

SpiceRoads Launches Three Bike Tours of Singapore

SpiceRoads Cycle Tours has expanded its services to Singapore with three new short tours, each showing riders a different perspective of the city.

"Not many people think of cycling when they think of Singapore, but Singapore is a fantastic place to explore by bike. The roads are good, but there is also a great network of cycle paths, so it is a safe and fun way to discover the interesting sites and all the different cultures," said Struan Robertson, CEO of SpiceRoads Cycle Tours.

The tours include a culture vulture heritage revelation, an atmospheric evening jaunt and a challenging road bike ride.

Cycling Singapore's Heritage Trail: This 4-hour cycle takes in the main heritage sites of Singapore including Chinatown, Little India, Collyer Quay and Kallang River. The ride starts at 07:45 and ends at around midday, riding approximately 17-km at a leisurely pace. Tour cost: US$50.

Singapore's Splendours at Night: Ride along illuminated river trails enjoying the cool breeze and night sky. Along the way visit a variety of attractions such as the supertrees of the Garden by the Bay and the Victoria Concert Hall. This 3-hour cycle tour covers 20-km starting at 18:45. Tour cost: US$50.

Around the Little Red Dot by Road Bike: Explore the island on a 120-km ride along the Park Connector Network (PCN), a bike path connecting more than 100 parks around Singapore. The tour begins at 8 am and finishes at around 4 pm and rides at a moderately challenging pace passing interesting sites such as the Merlion, a true icon of Singapore. Tour cost: US$115.

The tours include bike hire, snacks and drinks (lunch for the longer road bike tour) and a knowledgeable English speaking guide.

SpiceRoads, Cycling, Singapore

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