8 Bicycle Rental Spots in Singapore for a Cycling Adventure

8 Bicycle Rental Spots in Singapore for a Cycling Adventure

These places allow you to rent different types of bicycles at affordable rates.

Singapore is a city known for its beautiful landscapes and architectural buildings, and there’s no better way to take it all in than by going on a bicycle ride across the island. After all, you’ll be getting the best views of the island and burning a good amount of calories, all at the same time! For those who don’t own a bike, Singapore also has many bicycle rental spots all over town.

In this article, we list the different places you can rent a bicycle in Singapore, as well as the rates they offer. Read on to find out more!

Also read: 20 Fun Outing Ideas in Singapore Under S$20

Bicycle Rental Spots in Singapore

1. GoCycling

From the east to the west, this rental spot has you covered! One of Singapore’s biggest bicycle rental chains, GoCycling has 10 outlets all over the island — perfect for an impromptu cycling adventure! They also have a range of bicycles available, from standard adult bikes to family go-karts. 

Rates: Starts from S$6/hr.

Address: Visit https://gocycling.sg/singapore/ for the list of outlets.

2. DualCircles Bicycle Rental

At DualCircles, you can either rent, buy, or service your bicycles. Located in Commonwealth, the store boasts a wide selection of bicycles for different needs — such as mountain bikes and foldable bikes. Do note, however, that their bicycles are available for rental for a minimum of 24 hours. This means you won’t be able to rent a bicycle from them for a one-hour bike ride! 

To avoid making a wasted trip, make sure to Whatsapp them at 91375058 before heading down to confirm that the bicycle you’re looking for is available. 

Rates: Starts from S$20/day.

Address: 4 Sin Ming Road, #01-45, Appointment Only, Singapore, 570024, Singapore

3. City Scoot Singapore

Want to cycle with your toddler? Apart from their standard bicycles, City Scoot also has specialized bicycles that come with toddler and baby seats! Choose from a range of accessories such as phone holders and baskets that you can add on to your rented bike. 

While you can rent their bicycles by the hour, packages for day and overnight rentals are also available. Each bicycle rental is inclusive of a bicycle lock and a guide map, so you’re more than prepared for some cycling fun around Singapore!

Rates: Starts from S$10 per hour.

Address: 1 North Bridge Road, #B1-55/56, High Street Centre, Singapore 179094

4. Coastline Leisure

With a view of the sea, East Coast Park is one of the best cycling spots in Singapore. While you’re there, why not rent a bicycle from Coastline Leisure? They have two different outlets in the park, where you can return your bike to either of the outlets regardless of which one you originally rented it from. 

Do note that the bicycle will be considered sold if it gets into contact with seawater, so be careful when you’re cycling near the beach!

Rates: Starts from S$6 per hour.

Address: East Coast Park Area E2; East Coast Park Area B1

5. The Bicycle Hut

Blink and you’ll miss this charming bicycle rental spot hidden on North Bridge Road. An accessible store located between the City Hall and Clarke Quay MRT stations, it’s also along the picturesque Singapore River — a perfect place to start your bicycle ride! The Bicycle Hut also conducts guided bike tours, where riders will get to embark on a trail to explore and learn about the history of Singapore.

Rates: Starts from S$12 per hour.

Address: 1 North Bridge Road, B1-57 High Street Centre Singapore, 179094

6. SG Bike

For the best fuss-free bicycle rental, try SG Bike! SG Bike is a local bike-sharing service that adopts a pay-per-use model. All you need to do is download the app on your smartphone, create an account, and you’re good to go. You’ll then be able to unlock one of their bicycles at the parking spots located across Singapore. It also boasts the most affordable bicycle rental rates in Singapore.

Rates: Starts from S$1.90 per hour. 

Address: Launch the SG Bike app on your phone to find the nearest SG Bikes near you. 

7. Bikes at Waterway

Punggol Park is one of Singapore’s most scenic parks, with its North Eastern Riverine Loop being a popular cycling route amongst locals. Bikes at Waterway is situated at SAFRA Punggol, a building in the park’s compounds. Apart from bicycles of all kinds, they also have rollerblades available for rental. Check out their Facebook page, where they post about their latest deals and promotions!

Rates: Starts from S$8 per hour.

Address: 10 Sentul Cres, Singapore 828851

8. Ebike Rental Singapore

Electronic bike fans, we didn’t forget about you. Ebike Rental Singapore is a store dedicated to high-quality electronic bikes such as the Eco Drive and the Chirrey Y1. This rental spot in Singapore also offers different packages that you can choose from according to your preferences! Want an additional food rack and a thermal bag? Add S$4 and you’ll get these accessories and more.

The store also has several outlets located in Singapore, so it’s convenient for all regardless of where you live.

Rates: Starts from S$15 per day. 

Address: 4 Tampines Central 5, Singapore 529510; Blk 368 Corporation Dr, Singapore 610368; 257 Yishun Ring Rd, Singapore 760257; 35 Kallang Pudding Rd, #08-02 Tong Lee Building, Singapore 349314

Also read: 19 Bridges in Singapore You Should Cross at Least Once [UPDATED 2021]

With these bicycle rental spots available across Singapore, whether or not you own a bicycle is no longer a problem. What are you waiting for? Choose from this list of cycling routes in Singapore and get ready for the ride of your life.


Featured image credit: Visit Singapore | Official Website


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