If you’re enjoying being outside with the cooler weather, you’ll soon be able to enjoy it even more…

Live in The Gardens, Jumeirah Islands, Jumeirah Village Triangle or Nad Al Sheba? Well, we have good news, developers Nakheel have invested Dhs150 million to build 105 kilometres of cycling tracks across its communities in Dubai.

The below picture shows Dubai’s existing cycling tracks in black, with the proposed new Nakheel cycling tracks in blue (the purple shading marks Nakheel-owned purple residential areas). The dotted black lines are proposed tracks to be built at some point in the future (but not by Nakheel).

Dubai Cycling Master Plan

Here’s a zoomed-in version for a closer look at some of the safe-to-cycle tracks that will be built by Nakheel.

dubai cycling

New cycling tracks will be built inside The Gardens, Discovery Gardens, Al Furjan, Jumeirah Park, Jumeirah Heights, Jumeirah Islands, Jumeirah Village Triangle, Jumeirah Village Circle and Nad Al Sheba Residential Development.

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Jumeirah Islands, Jumeirah Heights and Jumeirah Park – 20 kilometres.


What the Jumeirah Islands track will look like

Jumeirah Village Triangle – 13 kilometres.

Jumeirah Village Circle – 27 kilometres.

Al Furjan, The Gardens and Garden View Villages – 40 kilometres.

Nad Al Sheba – 5 kilometres.

Oh, and also, don’t forget about the 5.9 km track that’s now near Meydan.



A rendering of the Jumeirah Park track

The new cycling tracks will be constructed over the next two years, with phased delivery between now and Q2 2019. Once the first 105 kilometres of bike tracks have been completed, Nakheel plan to build some more.

Work has already begun upon the five kilometre track at Nakheel’s new Nad Al Sheba community.

“Under our plan, people will be able to bike their way to the shops, school and friends’ houses without getting in the car,” said Nakheel Chairman Ali Rashid Lootah.

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Images: Supplied, Getty