Just the thought of Ayra in the cute red tee trying to paddle down the 100m road is enough to keep me excited all the way till 29 March!OCBC Cycle Singapore returns for a sixth edition this year as the nation’s premier mass participation cycling event on closed public roads. Cyclists will pass by some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks such as Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay East and East Coast Park, as well as enjoying the panoramic views cycling on Benjamin Sheares Bridge.[/box]
For a two-and-a-half-year-old, cycling across the above roads is of course not possible. The Tricycle 100m ride will be taking place within the F1 Pit Building.
Ayra has never paddled on her tricycle before (usually we’ll be the one pushing her from the back), and I’ve only got a couple of weeks to let her practice. And knowing my girl, she might want me by her side during the 100m ride which is technically not possible, if I’m not wrong, parents are only allowed to watch from the side.
Unsure of what’s going to happen on the day, we are still going to give this new adventure a try! I hope we’ll be able to complete the ride successfully.
For those who are not cycling can also partake in the Sports and Lifestyle Expo aka SLE. With over 120 booths offering outstanding deals on the latest and greatest cycling-related products and you will also be able to test out some bikes within the safety of the F1 Pit area. Entrance to the Sports & Lifestyle Expo (SLE) is free!
We’ll be there on Saturday, hope to see some familiar faces too! Oh! And if you are posting any photos on IG, don’t forget to tag it with #ocbccyclesg.[box type=”1″ class=”rounded-5 shadow aligncenter” width=”480″]