CYCLING | BEST CYCLING ROUTES IN SHA TIN

Sha Tin is a popular cycling destination. The area boasts a number of bike parks and cycling paths that offer easy access to Tai Wai, Ma On Shan, Tai Po and other neighbouring areas. Get your cycling gear on and enjoy a relaxing ride along the picturesque Shing Mun River!

Sha Tin cycling paths

Twin Bridge

Twin Bridge is a popular rest stop on the way to Tai Po and Ma On Shan.
From the bridge, you can see towards Ma On Shan and Tai Wai. It is also a great place to see the sunset here and take some photos.

Twin bridge's cycling path

Towards Wu Kai Sha Pier

As shown above from Twin Bridge towards Ma On Shan: Follow the cycle path to the junction, then turn left and continue along Ma On Shan Promenade until you reach Wu Kai Sha Pier.

Distance: Approx. 6 km
Time: Max. 2 hours (including rest and photo stops)
Technical difficulty rating: 1 (beware of pedestrians; cyclists are required to dismount at the end of the cycle path)

Route from Sha Tin to Wu Kai Shan: See more details

Towards Wu Kai Sha Pier following the cycling paths from twin bridge

Towards the junction at Tai Shui Hang

After crossing Twin Bridge towards Ma On Shan, 
take a left fork in the path and cycle to the end of Ma On Shan Promenade.
(Note: No road crossings required!)

Towards Wu Kai Sha Pier following the cycling paths from twin bridge

By the beach and pier

After passing Ma On Shan Swimming Pool and Ma On Shan Park, Wu Kai Sha Pier is on your left.

Wu Kai Sha Pier view like an island

Wu Kai Sha Pier

After reaching the end of the cycle path, you will need to dismount and turn left into a small lane. Walk to the end of the lane, where you will be afforded a stunning view over the whole of Ma On Shan.

Towards Sha Tin (section 1)

From Twin Bridge towards Sha Tin: Follow the wall near Sha Tin Racecourse and cycle to the end of the path at Tai Wai.

Distance: Approx. 6 km
Time: Max. 1 hour (including rest and photo stops)
Technical difficulty rating: 1 (beware of pedestrians; cyclists are required to dismount at the end of the cycle path)

Towards Sha Tin following the cycling paths from twin bridge

Sha Tin Rowing Centre

The cycle path passes Sha Tin Racecourse and the Hong Kong Sports Institute, after which you will reach Sha Tin Rowing Centre.

Towards Sha Tin following the cycling paths from twin bridge

Junction between Fo Tan and Sha Tin

You will reach this junction around 200 m after passing the Sha Tin Rowing Centre. Continue straight on until you reach Sha Tin/Tai Wai, or turn right and cycle towards Fo Tan.

Towards Sha Tin following the cycling paths from twin bridge

Mural on cycle path along Shing Mun River

When you reach this mural, you will have reached Sha Tin district and completed one third of the route.

Towards Sha Tin (section 2)

Keep riding to the end of the path at Sha Tin or Tai Wai.

Distance: Approx. 6 km
Time: Max. 1 hour (including rest and photo stops)
Technical difficulty rating: 1 (beware of pedestrians; cyclists are required to dismount at the end of the cycle path)

Towards New Town Plaza from sha tin rowing centre

Towards New Town Plaza 
(near Lucky Plaza)

After reaching this junction, continue straight on for approximately 1 km until you reach New Town Plaza. Turn right and continue until you reach Lucky Plaza.

Towards New Town Plaza from sha tin rowing centre

Towards New Town Plaza and Tai Wai

After you reach this position, go down the hill to cycle towards Tai Wai. Turn right to reach New Town Plaza.

Towards New Town Plaza from sha tin rowing centre

Last 250 m before New Town Plaza

After reaching the end of the cycle path, you will need to dismount and walk down the hill.

Towards Sha Tin New Town Plaza or Decathlon Sha Tin store 
(final section)

Just across the bridge to Hilton Plaza, there is a Decathlon Store which provided a cycling department to support cyclists.

Sha Tin store adress: Shop A315, 3/F New Town Plaza 3 (the cycling section of the store is accessible from the bridge from Hilton Plaza)

Towards New Town Plaza from sha tin cycling paths

Tunnel towards New Town Plaza

When you push your bike up the hill, you will see two tunnel entrances. The entrance to the right will take you to Sha Tin New Town.

Towards New Town Plaza from sha tin cycling paths

Scenery Court

After passing the tunnel, follow the uphill road. New Town Plaza will be on your left.

Towards New Town Plaza from sha tin cycling paths

New Town Plaza

Turn left to reach New Town Plaza, and then enter the Hilton Plaza and take the lift to the 3rd floor. Cross the bridge to reach the cycling department of the Decathlon store.

Must-have cycling products

Don’t forget to equip your bike with the right gear, and you can enjoy the ride without any worries!

kids-adults-bikes

KidS & ADULTs BIKES

USB Bike lights

Bike accessories

Bike saddle covers

SADDLES & SADDLE COVERS

Are you thinking about buying a new bike?

Want to know how to assemble your own bike?

Bike assembly service - Decathlon

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Cycling path from Ravana Garden

Take a break next to the Shing Mun River and enjoy the surrounding scenery.

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Che Kung Temple

Sha Tin Che Kung Temple was built in the late Ming dynasty and has over 300 years of history. It is now listed as a Grade II historic building.

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Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Outside the store you will see a 3.5 m bronze statue of Bruce Lee.

Must-see attraction – towards Tai Po

The route towards Sha Tin or Tai Po passes the Hong Kong Science Park, which offers a range of facilities and restaurants.

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Hong Kong Science Park cycle path

The section near Hong Kong Science Park is lined with cafes and snack stores.

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'Golden Egg' at Hong Kong Science Park

Located outside the Charles K. Kao Auditorium, this landmark is a popular photo spot.

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Canopy at Hong Kong Science Park

This canopy is the perfect place to take a break on the way to Tai Po/Sha Tin.

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