CYCLING | 3 GREAT PLACES FOR PARENTS TO GO CYCLING WITH THEIR CHILDREN

CYCLING | 3 GREAT PLACES FOR PARENTS TO GO CYCLING WITH THEIR CHILDREN

On holidays and weekends, cycling with your children is great for fun family time.

There are several bicycle parks that provide a safe environment for cycling practice in Hong Kong.

Better yet, some offer bicycle rental services, making them extremely convenient.

Here are 3 of the major cycling parks:

1. Kowloon Bay Park

One of the best bicycle parks is Kowloon Bay Park. Because it is not in the heart of the city, fewer people go there, and it has earned the reputation as a hidden gem.

The track is designed as a figure of 8, and it has elevated bridges, separate areas for different level – beginners.

Parents can rest assured that there is a wide variety of areas perfectly suited for different skill levels. 

Additionally, since you can easily rent bicycles at the park, there is no need to worry about bringing your own.

If cycling around the park was not enough, there is also a children’s playground nearby to let your kids burn off excess energy!

Address: 18 Kai Li Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

Opening hours: 7:00AM-11:00PM

Bicycle rental: Yes

How to get there: Walk for about 15 minutes from Kowloon Bay MTR Station;
                                or take the minibus 51M;
                                or take bus 5D, 107, 13X, 15A, 24, 28B, 74A, 107, 224X or 641

2. Po Kong Village Road Park

Our second recommended cycling park is also located in Kowloon. As Hong Kong’s first elevated cycling track, Po Kong Village Road Park offers over 1 km of track. 

Built up in the air, you can enjoy a fresh breeze as you cycle. There is no age limit for entering the elevated bicycle track, but we still recommend everyone to wear a suitable helmet.

The park also has a flat path for beginners, ideal for children to practise and master the basics before heading onto the more challenging areas. 

Address: 140 Po Kong Village Road, Diamond Hill, Kowloon

Opening hours: 8:00AM-10:30PM

Bicycle rental: Yes (Business hours: Monday to Friday 10:00AM-7:00PM; Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays 10:00AM-8:00PM)

How to get there: Take the minibus 19M;
                                or take bus 3B, 3D, 3M, 116, or 203E

3. Tsuen Wan Park

Tsuen Wan Park is one of the largest parks in Hong Kong, covering an area of about 6.9 hectares.

Convenient enough, it is only about 10 minutes away from the Tsuen Wan West Rail Station.

There is enough space and covering 2,800 square meters for the children to practice bcycle.

The main cycling track has flat roads, ramps, and winding routes that make it super fun!

 

Address: 59 Wing Shun Street, Tsuen Wan, New Territories

Opening hours: open 24 hours

Bicycle rental: No

How to get there: Walk about 10 minutes from the Tsuen Wan West Rail Station

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Cycling is good for both the body and mind.

It is also a great way to improve your relationship with your kids.

Bicycle parks offer a safe environment for children to learn, and they remain completely free of charge.

Lastly, remember to prepare suitable cycling clothing and equipment before you leave.

Cycling shorts, helmets, gloves, elbow and knee pads and more can keep your children well protected. 

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