The Al Qudra cycle track, with 86 km a total length, is very popular among outdoor enthusiasts.
This cycling trail, away from the bustling metropolis, includes two routes for cycling for medium and long distances. If you are in the mood for a short hike, take the 18 km trail, while the 50 km trail is ideal for extended rides. The track is suitable for beginners and professionals, individual walks and group rides
Al Qudra Cycle Trail is surrounded on all sides by a picturesque desert, so it is a great way to see up close some local fauna, for example , Arabian Oryx in its natural habitat.
The best time to walk is at sunrise. Getting up early can be tricky, but you can ride before the heat hits, and nothing stands in the superb views way.
The Nad Al Sheba Bike Park is located near the famous Meydan Racecourse in the old camel racecourse grounds. From here, the city centre and the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, a magnificent view opens up. The bike park has three tracks - 4 km, 6 km and 8 km. The artificial lighting allows you to ride here even at night, which is ideal for cycling in the hot summer months.
Dubai Autodrome is a world-class motorsport hub. Located on its territory, an indoor track with 2.46 km a length is ideal for both beginners and those who decided to get on a bike after a long break. Just come at any convenient time and ride for your pleasure. You can also take part in the Wednesday evening bike ride. Helmet use is compulsory.
Admire the Hatta scenic surroundings and conquer the inaccessible mountain trails. The 52-kilometre cycle path is designed for four difficulty levels. Here you will be advised on suitable routes that will bring positive emotions a lot to both adults and children.
Al Barsha and Mushrif Park have special bike paths where you can ride daily from 08:00am to 10:00pm (from Friday to Saturday, Mushrif Park is open until 11:00pm). The water canal Dubai Water Canal, in addition to the 6.4 km coastal strip, has presented the city with a 12 km cycle track.