Every day is a new adventure and getting fit day by day might be your new goal for 2022. Why not take up a new hobby or sport like cycling? Or if you are a pro, why not discover some of these new trails to challenge yourselves? Whether going on the scenic route or the easy route, you will definitely enjoy yourself while cycling with families and friends. Worry not, we have provided 10 cycling routes for both beginners and pros to try out! There are also family-friendly routes for you to cycle with your little ones. Just make sure to have protective and correct gear as well as water to stay hydrated during this activity. 5 Easy Cycling Routes For Beginners First up is the list of easy routes cycling. These routes are recommended for beginners and are family-friendly trails. #1 Marina Bay Loop Image Credit: Skyscanner Interested in seeing the city view of Singapore? Or the beautiful sunset in the evening? Be sure to take this route! The length of this loop is around 11km. The starting point is at Marina Bay Sands, from there you can make your way across the Helix Bridge then continue on the Esplanade and Merlion. This loop is also fun if you want to cycle at night with cooling weather. Check out their tours available here! How to get to this place? You can get there by stopping at Bayfront MRT Station. \t Distance:\u00a0Marina Bay Loop (11km) \t Address:\u00a010 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956 #2 St. John's & Lazarus Trail Image Credit: Busonlineticket Another easy trail for beginners and those who are loving urban exploration, you can plan to make a day trip to the Southern Islands. Head on to St. John's Lazarus trail since it is also connected by a causeway, it makes the experience more enjoyable and unforgettable. The distance takes about 2.8km, suitable for beginners who are trying out the trails. To get here, you must take a 30-minute ferry ride from Marina South Pier. Although, it is not recommended for night cycling. \t Distance:\u00a0St John's Island Trail (2.8km) \t Address:\u00a0St John's Island #3 Coney Island Loop Image credit: CNA Coney Island loop is located far in the north-eastern part of Punggol. The distance stretches at 2.4km. You and your friends and families can explore the hidden beach as well as the island's coastal trail. After a long day of cycling, why not head on to their cafes and restaurant for a quick snack and refreshing drinks? Home to the Punggol Settlement, you will surely enjoy your bike ride here! To get to Coney Island, you must take a bus 84 from Punggol Interchange. \t Distance:\u00a0Coney Island (2.4km) \t Getting there:\u00a0Take bus 84 from Punggol Interchange #4 East Coast Loop Image credit: National Parks Board If you are a true Singaporean, you must have been to East Coast Park. This would be the perfect place to spend time riding your bikes with your families. This loop stretches across 15km, you will cycle plenty here. What if you are a new beginner in cycling and do not have a bike? Fret not! There are a few bicycle rental services around here. Check out (insert link bike rental) for more info. After enjoying the breeze via bikes, you surely need to take a break, right? Head on to Marine Parade where there are a lot of food centres such as the Lagoon and East Coast Food Centre. After hard work, you need a delicious meal, right? To get to this park, you need to take bus 401 from Bedok Interchange. If you fancy a night ride, this place provides! \t Distance:\u00a0East Coast Park (15km) \t Address:\u00a0E Coast Park Service Rd #5 Punggol Park Image credit: Tickikids Fancy a ride with a scenic background? People might say it is a replica of Jeju Island while you are in Singapore. Punggol Waterway Park is the place to cycle! Rich with green scenery, you would pinch yourself and take a million pictures for Instagram! With a distance of 4.2km, this route is appropriate for beginners to test the waters. How would you get there? Take the LRT and get off at Sam Kee's station. Want to see the view at night? Go ahead! You can enjoy the night breeze while riding along these routes. \t Distance:\u00a0Punggol Waterway Park route (4.2km) \t Address:\u00a0Sentul Cres, Singapore 821313 5 Intermediate - Hard Cycling Routes For Pros #1 Southern Ridges Loop Image credit: V2Motto First on our intermediate list is the Southern Ridges loop. With a distance of 9km, you can enjoy the open space through luscious green across Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill If you interested to bike here, you can rent your bike too. What you will find here is a steep hill terrain, so on your bikes, switch to the lowest gear when moving uphill. Start at South Buona Vista Road, cycle until you meet the 80m-long Alexandra Arch, popularly known as a \u2018Gateway to Nature\u2019. Here they have the Forest Walk, it where you can experience the dense secondary forest of Telok Blangah Hill. The picture above is the Hnderson Waves. Have break and take lots of pictures to savour the moment! You might even find rare birds here such as the Drongo and Yellow Oriole. For our love birds, catch a glimpse of the view at one of the city\u2019s most romantic viewpoints at Mount Faber. Fret not, they also provide a hill-top dining here after a long day of cycling. To get here, get off at Harbourfort Station, exirt D on Marang Road. This will take you to the cable car station on Mount Faber. \t Distance: Southern Ridges Loop 9km \t Address:\u00a0Sentul Cres, Singapore 821313 #2 Eastern Coastal Loop Image credit: Developmental Asia Next on our list is the East Coast Park to Pasir Ris Park. Breathtaking view, Eastern Coastal Lopp with leave you speechless of its trail rich with coastal landscapes. Not only you can indulge in the sea breeze, but there is a line of tasty foods at East Coast Lagoon Food Village such as satay, sambal stingray, chicken wings and more! Eat till your heart desires before embarking on a long journey along Eastern Coastal Loop. This route surely gives your inner food hunting craving, a fix! But if you prefer more of an urban setting,\u00a0 head in the opposite direction from East Coast Park. There, your journey starts through Gardens by the Bay and towards Marina Barrage then to Marina Bay skyline. Breath-taking! There are a lot of bikes along this trail, you wouldn't miss it! To get to this location get off Bedok station, take Bus 36\/48\/196 to Marine Parade Road, and cross from the East Coast Parkway (ECP Highway) to East Coast Park via the pedestrian underpass. \t Distance: Changi (20km) Marina Bay Sands (27km) #3 Singapore Round Island Loop Image credit: Treknology3 Up for a challenge? A higher-level cyclist would take up this challenge! The minimum distance is still 120km and you will also be covering a mixture of roads, park connectors and gravel. This route is not for the weak-hearted, for sure! Prep your gear and stamina before making this journey your goal. Sure there are ups and downs to this route, but you can actually experience Singapore firsthand. On the 160km route, visit the fabled Lamp Post 1 at Tuas. If you crave the beauty of the environment? Head on to Kranji or better, catch the sunrise from Punggol or East Coast Park. Don't forget to take a lot of picture while you are there. Surely it is an unforgettable moment! \t Distance:\u00a0120-200+km \t Address:\u00a0Singapore #4 Mandai Loop Image credit: Thesmartlocal High for the low gear cycling and steep slopes experience? Tackle the Mandai Loop. You will surely not get enough of this loop. This stretches till 40km. Phew, that would be a long ride! Be sure to come prepared as the route is challenging and a lot of climbing you will need to do. In fact, this is a challenge for higher levels cyclers. How to get there? The start point is near Orchard Road MRT. To be precise, this route is not meant for night cycling, if you are wondering, Mums! \t Distance:\u00a040km \t Address:\u00a0Central Catchment Nature Reserve #5 Coast to Coast Trail Image credit: ipacktravel Even if this trail is meant for walking, there is no harm to cycling along with it. According to this map, it is a 36km route from Jurong Lake Gardens to Coney Island in Punggol. Why not go eat delicious meals while you are riding along with it? Here, there are popular restaurants and viral foods along this route. Be sure to check them out! We recommend for you to go bright and early to make sure you get the daily exercise you need and also the daily food intake you require! To get to this location, you must take Jurong Lake Gardens - Lakeside MRT or from Coney Island, take bus 84 from Punggol Interchange. Want to enjoy the night breeze and the city lights shimmer across Singapore? Come on to this trail! \t Distance:\u00a0Coast to Coast Trail (36km) \t Address:\u00a0Jurong Lake Gardens \/ Coney Island Get Your Bike On! So these are the cycling routes around Singapore for beginners and also for the pros. Be sure to wear a helmet and protective gear before having the time of your lives! Make sure to coordinate your maps in case you get lost from your friends and friends! Stay safe as always, Mums! If you are interested in getting rental bikes, click HERE.