Uncle called the police and was asking the police whether riding on the cycling path is allowed. He then berated the e-biker for riding along the shared path. But the e-biker is allowed t ride on a shared path.
Then the e-biker kept pointing out that this is a shared cycling path he was riding on.
The older man’s argument was that the e-bike rider should not be riding on the cycling path as e-bikes are allowed only on roads.
Can you ride an e-bike on the cycling path?
Yes, E-bikes are banned on footpaths only.
Use of PMDs and e-bikes in Parks and Park Connectors by NParks
Which areas are cycling and the use of PMDs not allowed?
Do note that cycling and PMDs are not allowed at the following locations:
The 4 gazetted Nature Reserves (Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Central Catchment Nature Reserve, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Labrador Nature Reserve)
Henderson Wave Bridge
Forest Walk at Telok Blangah Hill Park
Canopy Walk at Kent Ridge Park
Hindhede Nature Park
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Jurong Lake Gardens (except for one path to allow East-to-West connectivity)
Thomson Nature Park
Mangrove Boardwalks at Pasir Ris Park
Marsh Garden Boardwalk at West Coast Park
Boardwalk at Coney Island
Boardwalk at Admiralty Park
Select boardwalks (Bukit Chermin and Berlayer Creek) near Labrador Nature Reserve
Select boardwalks (Creek Walk, Beach Walk, Sailing Point Walk, Cliff Walk and Kelong Walk) at Changi Beach Park
Select boardwalks (Hanguana Trail, Squirrel Trail, Drongo Trail, Venus Walk and Venus Loop) at Windsor Nature Park
Select bridges (Kelong Bridge, Wave Bridge, Adventure Bridge) and boardwalk at Punggol Waterway Park
Let’s continue to make our parks and park connectors a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone!