Tampines Bike Park
Photograph by Velo Steveon Flickr.
It is being developed into a full-scaled BMX race track for local community use and to host major international events.
The Tampines Bike Park
start and finish areas of the mountain bike and BMX courses in the bike park will be adjacent to one bike
another, allowing the spectators the best possible view of both Tampines Bike Park events.
Tampines Bike Park will be used as a competition venue for cycling (BMX and Mountain Bike) during the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics.
Singapore Mountain Bike Carnival
Coordinates: 1Â°21â€²43â€³N Safety bicycle
103Â°56â€²35â€³Eï»¿ / ï»¿1.362005Â°N 103.942959Â°Eï»¿ / 1.362005; 103.942959
. Just one-kilometre away from Tampines Mall, the entrance of the park and the parking lot are located Tampines Bike Park along Tampines Avenue 9 at the junction of Tampines Avenue 7.
Situated on a 60-hectare site, the current Mountain Bike trail is ten-kilometre long and offers several climbs as well as a challenging contour line rides.
The trail hosted the Phat Tyre Sunday Mountain Bike Race in 2007, involving Tampines Bike Park more than 260 participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore.
The trail system is being upgraded to make it even more technically challenging, and in 2008, the bike park hosted BikeAsia100, a 100km mountain biking marathon race, and subsequently eneloop mountain bike carnival in 2009 with its marquee event, a 100km night mountain biking marathon race, one of the first around the region.
These mountain biking marathon event attracted riders from the region, bringing close to 700 participants in the 2009 edition.
The BMX portion of the park is currently used for dirt jumping by BMX enthusiasts. Tampines Bike Park is located in the eastern part of Singapore, in the Tampines Regional Centre.