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Cycling Track

Cycling Track

The construction of cycling tracks in the Emirate of Dubai is in response to the directives of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai so as to provide suitable and attractive options for residents and tourists of Dubai and encourage them to practice the sport of biking. It is also part of RTA’s master plan for the provision of dedicated cycling lanes spanning the entire Emirate. These lanes are intended to be used by an environment-friendly means of mobility or practicing sport; which echoes RTA’s vision (The world leader in seamless & sustainable mobility) as well as its strategic goal of making people happier.

Future cycling tracks till 2025

No. Suggested Track Description Length
1 Jumeirah beach- Al Sufouh street- King Salman street A private cycling track along with Jumeirah Corniche beach and parallel to the running and pedestrian lanes, which currently exist in Jumeirah area. The connection to the existing cycling track ends at King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud street Approximately 16 km
2 DIFC area From Mohammed Bin Rashed Boulevard to the existing cycling area of Jumeirah street passing through the Dubai financial Center and 2nd December street Approximately 6.8 km
3 Al Khawaneej - Mushref A track connecting Al Khawaneej with Al Warqaa via Sheikha Zayed Bin Hamadan street and Tripoli street Approximately 8 km

Safety Rules

  • Cyclists must wear a protective helmet and a reflective jacket.

  • Cyclists must comply with the instructions on the information signs installed along the track.

  • Cyclists must dismount when crossing at the pedestrian crossing.

  • Cyclists must ride towards traffic, not the other way around and follow the designated cycle path.

  • Cyclists should not use dual headsets while riding the bicycle.

  • Cyclists are not allowed to us intermittent lighting (rash) and they must use fixed lighting

  • Cyclists must comply with the general safety conditions.

  • Please keep the cycle track clean and use the litterbins provided.

  • Do no use the cycling track for purpose other than what it is designated for.

  • The maximum number of allowed individuals per group is 15.

  • Any person under the age of 12 years is not allowed to ride a bicycle on the road or on a bicycle track except when accompanied by a person who is not less than 18 years old.

  • For your safety, please warm up before exercising.

  • Legal action will be taken for not complying with the above instructions.


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