Calling all cycling enthusiasts – the oh-so scenic 60km cycling track connecting Tuen Mun to Ma On Shan is amazing and will have your wheels spinning for hours and hours while you enjoy the fresh outdoors. Whether you’re a cycling pro or a biker newbie, you’ll enjoy challenging yourself to the gorgeous, open stretch of space while being able to choose from plenty of starting points.
Adding on 11km of tracks to the existing ones while linking Yuen Lung to Sheung Shui culminates in this haven for bicyclists. And with plenty of rest stops, toilets, and bike rental kiosks along the way – this track is perfect for your younger ones, too – don’t worry, you won’t need to tackle all 60km!
Connecting gorgeous areas such as Tai Po, Sha Tin, Yuen Long, Sheung Shui, and Fan Ling, you’ll get to fit in plenty of exercise and quality time with the family while savoring the scenic seaside views, mountainous greenery, and serene spots such as the Kam Tim River and the Long Valley Wetland.
Grab those wheels and head on over to the New Territories cycling track for a day of family fun and a fresh-air adventure!
Little Steps Recommended First Time Route For A Family-Friendly Ride In New Territories:
15K One-Way And All Flat!
START/END POINT: University MTR is your best starting point – you can take the MTR or taxi or for those driving, you can easily park at Hyatt Shatin and walk to the University MTR.
WHERE TO GET BIKES: On the backside of the University MTR station is a bike shop. There are kids’ bikes and baby seats (limited) so we always recommend bringing along your own if you have them.
YOUR PATH: You can start your journey directly from the bike shop and cruise 15K to Tai Mei Tuk where you can have a delicious Thai Food lunch! Key points along the way! Shatin – Tai Mei Tuk – Shatin (you will go there and back). Note, it is 15K from the bike shop to Tai Mei Tuk and 15K back but if legs are tired, you can always catch a taxi back to to the bike shop.
A cyclists haven with long, open stretches of space for biking and beautiful views extending from one coastal end to another.
Kids, teens, and parents who love biking – whether you are novice cyclist or a pro biker!
In 2021, the cycling track plans to open another 2km path between the Tsing Tsuen Bridge and Bayview Garden in Tsuen Wan, adding on more scenic spots for cycling family-friendly fun!
To view various routes including the Tuen Mun to Ma On Shan cycle track, download the app HKeMobility