Dubai Cycling Tracks

Al Qudra Cycle Path

 

The beginning of this track starts just after the green arches with bicycles atop. To the left side is the car park and bathroom,water station and shower facilities. The first length of this track is approximately 18 km. This portion of the track is lit in the evenings though lights are highly recommended after sunset. This track is often referred to as "The Stick" or "Bots (bottom of the carpark).

Below is the map for the the Stick and back

 

The second part of the track is a 50 km loop. It starts from the 2nd car park. This is also the location of the Trek Bicycle shop where you can rent bicycles. The sandscape and dunes are beautiful and wildlife is frequently spotted early mornings. Located along the loop is a mosque and the Bab Al Shams hotel

 

TrainDubai by Activelife Daman

 

Open every Wednesday evening from 6 pm-9 pm. Don't forget your helmet!  

The Dubai Autodrome  Circuit is a 2.46 km loop 

  • Free Entry
  • A family friendly environment 
  • Cyclists, runners and walkers are welcome
  • On-site support and guidance for cyclists
  • Water available from the Monviso stall, 2 x 500ml for 5 aed
  • Revolution Cycles Pop Up Shop for last minute cycling supplies
  • Bike rental available from Revolution Cycles ( advance booking is a must 04 369 7441)

Ramadan timings: 7:00 pm- 10:00 pm

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 Nadd Al Sheba (District One)

An upcycled former camel racing track, this is an ideal location to bring the family. There are a variety of loops with different distances available, 8 km, 6 km, and 4 km.There is a track specially designed for kids to teach them road safety and a playground is nearby. Bathroom facilities are available along with showers and a water station.

 

Al Barsha Pond Park

 

Perfectly suited as a children's cycling track (1.4 km). Lots of green areas and plenty of playgrounds. Snack options available. Bathroom facilities are present. Bike rentals available. Open 8 am to 10 pm.

 

Mushrif Park

 

Mushrif Park is open from 8 am to 10 pm and 11 pm on weekends. This park has an entrance fee of 10 AED per vehicle and 3 AED per person. The bicycle path is not well lit, so for evening rides bring lights. The track is approximately 4.5 km in length. Bathroom facilities present.

 

Al Mamzar Beach Park

 

Al Mamzar Beach Park offers barbecue sites, private chalets for hire (air conditioned , located on beach no. 4 ), swimming pools, beaches, food kiosks, BIKE HIRE and a lagoon. Changing rooms, bathroom facilities with showers are available. Lifeguards present.

The information below is provided by http://www.dubaicity.com/al-mamzar-park/

Entrance Fees
– Car entrance fee 30 Dhs, 5 Dhs per person
– Large chalet AED 200+ Park Fees (6 people)
– Small chalet AED 150+ Park Fees (4 people)
– Pool 10 Dhs adults, children 5 Dhs

For Chalet Booking
– eMail: m.chalet@dm.gov.ae
– Contact: 800900
– Web site : Dubai Municipality Parks

Contact Number 
– Tel: +9714 2966201
– Chalet +9714 2967454

Visiting Time
– Sunday to Wednesday: 09:00am to 09:00 pm
– Thursday to Saturday & public holidays: 09:00 am to 10:00 pm
– During Ramadan: 09:00 am to 10:00 pm
– Ladies Day: Monday and Wednesday

 


Al Khawaneej Park

 

Located near Mirdif, this park is open 24 hours. There is a cafe, outdoor gym and stretching stations. Bathrooms are present but with no shower facilities. The track is approx. 3 -3.5 km in length and is well maintained.

 

 

 

MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAILS

Hatta MTB Centre

Hatta Trail Centre is the MTB Centre in the Middle East. Home to multiple cross country routes of various grades that cater to all levels of ability from absolute beginners  to experienced riders.

The Hatta Trails are free to ride and are open all year round..

Ample parking and visitor facilities are provided by Hatta Municipality

You can download the individual routes that suit your level of ability by clicking here.

Preview of Hatta Trails click here

Rentals are available from Showka Bicycles

 

Hill Training Routes for Road Cyclists

Jebel Jais

A mountain in Ras Al KhaimahUnited Arab Emirates, with an elevation of 1,934 m (6,345 ft). It is considered the highest point of the United Arab Emirates.