Mushrif park in Dubai
The cycling track is graded by various colours, based on international standards and specifications. Green represents a simple trail that suits beginner cyclists. Blue represents a moderately challenging path suitable for intermediate cyclists and mountain bikers with basic skills. Red is used to mark a tougher trail that is suitable for highly skilled mountain bikers. Black is used to designate an extremely challenging path which is reserved for expert cyclists with the high levels of fitness needed to ride these difficult paths.
In its first phase, the track features three crossing bridges. On completion, the entire project will include a total of 10 bridges.
The first phase of the winding track, which is three meters wide, has the capacity to accommodate more than 3,000 cyclists per day. The track starts from a designated area next to the main gate of the Park and ends at the same point, with three quick-return lanes.
A digital map of the tracks will be available for cyclists to share their location and track the route. A total of 124 signage boards have also been installed for easy navigation of the route.