Car-Free Sunday 2019

Last Sunday was the First Car-free Sunday for 2019, and we were happy that Bro-in-law’s family could join us 🙂

Image credit Sharon
This should be our 5th Car-Free Sunday outing and we always enjoy the outing.  Imagine, cycling with friends and family in the CBD, on the Road!

Total freedom, no cars. You share the roads with bikes, skateboards, and joggers. Ignore ERP and traffic lights 🙂

 

Happy riders 🙂
We believed 大舅’s family enjoy the route and companionship too.

Car Free Sunday 2019
Car-Free Sunday 2019

Tired, thirsty? There is always a milo van near the Padang area.

We found a familiar face too 🙂

Image credit Life’s Tiny Miracle‘s David and Dana

Our gathering place was between Arts House and Victoria Theatre.

Love the colonial architecture, which looks majestic and elegant.

Very Instagramable too.

Besides some Fun cycling, I had an opportunity to explore some cool Gopro gadgets too. Check out the video below (credit Seth).

 

(YouTube link)

*Rear footage from our Cycliq Fly 6, read our NZ Old Coach Road review here.

The Gopro artist is this talented chap, Seth. Checkout some of his pro videos on Instagram @sethlovebikes

 

After a good workout, lunch at Maxwell Market. Yummy curry rice.

If your family loves outdoor activities, do follow Car-Free Sunday Facebook for the next cycling adventure.

Our previous Car-Free Sunday trips are here and here (including Tour of Telok Ayer temple).

More cycling journeys, local and overseas, on our Blogs and Instagram #skbCycles 

ps.. We did a small interview for OCBC too, thank you OCBC Cycles for the opportunity and rental bikes

Car Free Sunday for Families

Car Free Sunday for Families and this is our third trip, click for our trip One with 6 bikes and Two Telok Ayer experiences.

This time round, we brought everything except the bikes 🙂

Ok, someone is a bit emo and refused to pose, but we put our shoes, skateboards, blades and scooters to good use. Mommy took the opportunity for some pre Chinese New Year hair treatment hee hee.

Boon Xin is still trying to roller blade, and I end up being her pillar around Padang! (not that I mind).

Sports and Market, souvenirs and F&B options. Love the various activities and sports try out, dodge ball and tennis was especially popular 🙂

As CNY was near, there was a handicraft section too.

Electric ride has a nominal fee, but rickshaw is free (please provide own leg power).

We were there when round 2 of #CarFreeSundaySG was launched (photos here), visited the alleys of Telok Ayer, temples and even Ang Siang Hill. You can do mini cafes hopping too, as some shops were opened earlier to add to the vibes.

Beautiful Blue Sky and white fluffy clouds, a few panos to capture Civil District’s stunning skyline.

Kids love Car Free Sunday SG, where else can we “jay walk” safely, without getting summoned :p

We truly enjoy the “freedom” on the roads, safe from vehicles.

Car Free Sunday has a lot of activities for Families. You can run two loops for 10km, stretch with Yoga or pump up with Zumba too. Lunch at Maxwell Market always sound tempting.

Car Free Sunday Singapore normally occurs on the last Sunday of every month, and the next session will be on 26th Feb (details http://ura.sg/carfreesundaysg ).

Hope you will enjoy Car Free Sunday for Families and some car-lite moments too 🙂