Cycling Tracks in Dubai

Cycling Tracks Length, Serving Route in Dubai

Al Quoz 4 Track

Length: 3 km.

Route: The track serves the residential area in Al Qouz Fourth, connecting with various attraction points in the area.

Al Safouh 2 Track:

Length: 3.7 km.

Route: The track runs parallel to Al Safouh road connecting Jumeirah with Dubai Marina area.

Dubai Canal Track:

Length: 7 km.

Route: The track extends through the road and connects between Jumeira St. and Al Meydan

Dubai Marina:

Length: 5 km.

Route: The track serves Dubai Marina, which is one of the most important areas in Dubai.

Jumeira Street Track:

Length: 19 km.

Route: The track runs parallel to Jumeirah road and connects to Dubai Canal Track.

Khawaneej Track:

Length: 19 km.

Route: The track serves Al Khawaneej Community and connects to Mushrif Park track.

Meydan Track:

Length: 13 km.

Route: This track, in District One community, is a special track with connection to Nad Al Sheba cycle track.

Mushrif Track:

Length: 15 km.

Route: The track consists of Mushrif Park track and the community of Mirdiff and connects to Warqaa from south and to Khawaneej from north

Al Qudra Track:

Al Qudra cycle track is one of the largest track in Dubai

Length: 67km

Route: One of the longest tracks in Dubai which connects Al Barrari area with Bab Al Shams through Al Qudra road.

Warqaa Track:

Length: 7.4 km

Route: The track continues from Mirdiff all the way to Al Warqaa, serving Al Warqaa Park.

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Cycling Tracks in Public parks in Dubai

There are the 10 parks in Dubai which has cycling tracks extending upto 18.441 km constructed by Dubai Municipality

1. Mushrif Park

Track length: 4,000m
Opening Hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

2. Al Warqaa Park

Track length: 3,000m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

3. Al Nahda Pond Park

Track length: 345m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

4. Al Khawaneej Pond Park

Track length: 2,000m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

5. Quranic Park Al Khawaneej

Track length: 3,200m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

6. Garden Abuhail

Track length: 310m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

7. Al Barsha Pond Park

Track length: 1,450m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

8. Al Sufouh Park

Track length: 230m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

9. Nad Al Sheba Park

Track length: 906m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

10. Al Barsha South Park

Track length: 2,000m
Opening hours: 8:00am – 10:00 pm
Map: View Google map location here

Future cycling tracks in Dubai till 2025

DIFC area

Route: From Mohammed Bin Rashed Boulevard to the existing cycling area of Jumeirah Street passing through the Dubai financial Center and 2nd December street

Length: Approximately 6.8 km

Al Khawaneej – Mushref

Route: A track connecting Al Khawaneej with Al Warqaa via Sheikha Zayed Bin Hamadan street and Tripoli street

Length: Approximately 8 km

Cycling Speed in Dubai

Standard speed: 25 km / hour

Within City: 20 km/hour, including tracks shared with pedestrians.

Soft mobility areas: 30 km/h in 3 areas: Al Qusais, Al Karama, Al Mankhoul, shared area with vehicles.

Restrictions and requirements while cycling in Dubai

  • Cyclist / Bikers should not use their bikers, E- Scooters / E – Bikes on jogging / walking tracks in Dubai
  • Speed limit must not exceed 60 km / hour
  • Cyclists and bikers must use the reflective vests and helmets

Age limit for Cyclist / Bikers in Dubai, UAE:

To ride cycle / e- bike / e-scooter in Dubai – UAE, there is an age limit.

Below 12 years: Can ride cycle which is accompanied by an adult cyclist who is 18 or older

Below 16 years: Can ride cycle. An electric bike or electric scooter are not permitted for them.

*A driving license is essential to ride electric scooters.

RTA approval for bikes / bicycles in Dubai

  • RTA approval is required for the group training (more than 4 cyclist / bikers) or individual training (less than 4)

How to apply and obtain E – Scooter Permit in Dubai?

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