Cyclers or cycling enthusiasts, buckle up.
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai’s Crown Prince has ordered for a new cycling track to be constructed alongside Jumeirah Beach.
The new cycling track will extend 16 kilometers long and will connect to the already existing cycling tracks in the area
So if you’re used to cycling in Jumeirah Street, across the Water Canal, or the track alongside King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Street in Dubai Internet City here’s one more route for you to enjoy.
Dubai Media Office announced the deets for this awesome new track on Saturday
The plan is, of course, in line with one of the many future plans for the city to have an increased length of cycling tracks to 739km by 2026, making it a more cycling-friendly city.
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READ MORE: Using Your Cycles And E-Scooters At Kite Beach Could Set You Back AED300 In Fines
Next time you plan on biking around or using your e-scooters to Kite Beach, think again.
UAE authorities have added signboards warning visitors of AED300 fines if you use those on the jogging track and boardwalk.
Image Credits: Instagram @kitebeachdubai
Kite Beach’s move comes after authorities banned the use of electric scooters in public parks
Yep, plan your outing with caution or use your e-scooters and bikes in the allowed spaces for it.
But hey, don’t you worry, there are defo more spots in the UAE you can take your e-scooter and bikes to!
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