Looking for a great bicycle café to visit this weekend? One where there is delicious food, an awesome ambiance, and beautiful bicycles and accessories to admire and buy?
Well, we’ve got you covered!
Get ready to add these locations into your itinerary as we bring you five of the best bicycle cafés in Singapore.
1. Two Wheels Good
Two Wheels Good
63 Jurong West Central 3 #01-94/97
Nearest MRT Station: Boon Lay
Nestled between Boon Lay MRT station and Jurong Point is one of the most well-hidden bicycle cafés in Singapore. Unlike most other cafés that offer Western food, Two Wheels Good stands out by serving local fares like Teochew noodles, char kway teow, and satay.
Of course, this bicycle café also has plenty of accessories to offer. Park your bicycle at Boon Lay MRT and make this one of your pit stops on your weekend riding trips around the West!
2. Seok Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe
Soek Seng 1954
80 Seletar Aerospace View
Nearest LRT Station: Thanggam
For those of you in the cycling scene, you would have heard of Ah Joo, otherwise known as ‘The Collector’. As the owner of Soek Seng 1954, a part of Ah Joo’s magnificent collection of over 100 vintage bicycles can be seen at the café, mounted on the walls or just displayed around the café.
Simply park your bicycle at one of the bicycle racks surrounding the café, and you’re all set for an amazing dining experience.
What’s more, with the café located near the runway of Seletar Airport, you can spend the evening watching planes take off and land as you enjoy your meal!
6A Shenton Way #01-01
Nearest MRT Station: Tanjong Pagar, Raffles Place
Located in the heart of the Central Business District, the Autobus is touted as the very first Bespoke Cycling Café in Southeast Asia, where you can purchase specialized cycling gear tailored to your unique cycling style.
With a mission to serve food that is real, whole and natural, the Autobus isn’t just cyclist-friendly, but also health-friendly. Park your bike around the corner and you’re all set to have a freshly brewed cup of coffee after your morning ride to the office!
4. Willow Bike. Art. Cafe
Willow Bike. Art. Cafe
456 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10
Nearest MRT Station: Ang Mo Kio
This bicycle café is located at Ang Mo Kio, which is Singapore’s first model walking & cycling town.
Surrounded by bicycle-friendly infrastructure such as bicycle parking facilities and dedicated cycling paths, Willow Bike. Art. Cafe is split into two separate sections. The café side serves up delicious desserts and coffee while also acting as a gallery with art pieces adorning the walls of the café itself.
The other section is a full-fledged bicycle shop, offering bicycles and accessories for sale. Here’s an interesting fact: Willow also has its own team of riders who frequently take part in races and fundraising events. How many other cafés can say that?
5. Wheeler’s Yard
28 Lorong Ampas
Nearest MRT Station: Novena, Toa Payoh
Known by influencers for its signature blue door as the place to go to for the perfect Instagram shots, Wheeler’s Yard is where bicycles, coffee, food and all things vintage meet.
This secret not-so-secret café and bicycle workshop is located along the Whampoa Park Connector, making it a great place to stop by after a leisurely ride. Just park your bike on the premises itself, and get ready for a delicious Instagram-worthy meal. Not only do they serve awesome food, but they also sell a wide range of bicycles and accessories as well.
Now you know where to go if you’re out and about on your bicycle and suddenly feel the need for a quick bite or a hot cup of coffee! Don’t forget, if you’re a proud owner of a folding bicycle, you can carry it along with you on our public transport system to reach these cafés. How convenient is that?
This article is contributed by Move Happy – an initiative by the Land Transport Authority.
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