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Are you an avid athlete who gobbles down 100km rides in hot & sunny Singapore for breakfast, and top it up the day after with a 21km run?
Then cycling through Two Oceans should be on your cycling competition list! This 109 kilometer comes short of what we have on offer on The Great Ocean Road - but when it comes to completing the distance within a certain time limit, the difficulty increases almost two fold.
Jostle with cycling elites around the world as you can look forward to tackling routes ranging from the hilly, the flat, the long and also the short as you try your very best to force yourself to look at the beautiful scenery surrounding you as your legs are screaming at you to stop.
Cruise pass places like Nelson Mandela Boulevard - a road named in honor of the great man. Treat yourself to the cool breeze and fabulous ocean views through Scarborough and Misty Cliffs and finally, get your second wind from the glorious downhill section to Bakoven and to Camp's Bay, Clifton and finally the majestic Sea point.
Looking for something easy, non-competitive and local instead? We offer bike tours that would take you through time in Singapore.
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The Great Ocean Road, located in Victoria, Australia between the cities of Torquay and Allansford, is a 243 kilometer stretch of road that is home to several unique landmarks like the Twelve Apostles and also the Great Otway National Park.
Be enchanted by kaleidoscopic scenery that will take your breath away as you will pass through coastal towns & historic villages with The Great Ocean Road being one of the top 10 cycling routes in Australia!
Feeling adventurous? Hit the trails in the area of Forrest with 16 mapped trails ranging from easy 2km rides to advanced biking of up to 11.5km! This would show you the exhilarating views that is of the Great Otway National Park as you pass through eucalyptus forests and fern gullies.
End your ride at Torquay, enjoy the sea breeze and surf it up together with the locals at the surf beach including the infamous Point Danger.
Hardy souls can look to tackle the whole thing in a day, but that misses the point of enjoying the ride and missing on one of the best ocean views in the whole world.
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Cycle across the world's longest suspension bridge, Kurushima Bridge with views of the Seto Inland Sea by taking this picturesque route that spans just more than 64 kilometers long. Also, take the opportunity to visit the photograph-worthy Kosanji Temple located on Ikuchi Island, which is one of several islands located along the route.
There exists a bicycle-only path for cyclists, separated from the main road that show the world a part of Japan's transportation culture on how cars, bicycles and even pedestrians can co-exist without any conflict.
The start and end point is located in Onomichi town, where there exists several specialized hotels with a bicycle rack next to the check-in desk. Due to the convenience & proximity of amenities, you can consider taking the whole family along for the ride (yes, even young children) to spend quality time with each other!
Have children who do not know how to cycle? We provide cycling classes for them!
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving".
Cycling, in its most basic form, is a more efficient mode of transport when compared to walking.
Like the quote above, no matter the circumstances, everyone has to continue advancing; fast or slow so as to obtain their particular balance in life.
Cycling is able to bring us to places we have never been to before (and also because public transport can be almost non-existent and even expensive in certain countries. A majority of us cycle for a number of reasons - some like cycling because it is simple, some like to take it rough and a handful like it exciting competitive and even full of adventures.
We have created a short list of places that you can add to your bucket list - ranging from the fairly easy & relaxed ride, to the lung bursting, teeth grinding competitive race!
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