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Where to Buy a Bicycle in Singapore: Guide to the Best Bike Stores for the Whole Fam

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Wondering where to buy a bike in Singapore, mama? Here are the best bicycle shops and online bike stores!

Bicycles are a wonderful way to get around Singapore, not to mention spend quality outdoor time with the kiddos on one of the island’s many fab bike paths or park connectors. Whether you’re nipping around the ‘hood running some quick errands (we’ll take bike racks over the hassle of parking garages or taxi queues any day!), commuting to work, or doing some hardcore mountain biking on the weekends, there are heaps of reasons to snag yourself some 2-wheeled transport, mama. Here’s our guide to the best bicycle shops in Singapore! (Pssst! Don’t know how to ride a bike, even grown-ups can take lessons!)

Specialty Bike Stores
Other Shops Carrying Kids Bikes in Singapore
Online Bicycle Shops

Specialty Bike Stores

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Brompton Junction
Showcasing the iconic British folding bicycle brand that’s perfect for city living, this futuristic store just opened up in equally futuristic Funan (which has its own indoor bicycle track!). Here you’ll find limited edition bicycles as well as interactive bike build facilities, along with accessories, customisable parts, and fun community events (Brompton owners are passionate about the brand!).

Brompton Junction, 107 North Bridge Road, #01-26 Funan, Singapore 179097, Tel: (+65) 6908 5023,

With road bikes, mountain bikes, cool cruising “city bikes”, kids bikes and all the accessories you could want, this bicycle shop in River Valley is a Singapore cyclist’s paradise. Check out their online clearance section to score some sweet deals.

BYX, 403 River Valley Road, Singapore 248301, (+65) 6235 5221,

Serious cyclists head to this bicycle shop in Siglap that’s the exclusive seller of Cannondale, one of the premier bicycle brands in the world. Cannasia is also a triathlon training centre, and you can check out the online bike store if you want to do your research before visiting the shop, mama. They also offer free shipping on accessories when you spend $50 or more.

Cannasia, 83/85 Frankel Avenue, Singapore 458211, Tel: (+65) 6441 4772,

Coast Cycles
We love the vibe at this cool bicycle shop / cafe in Siglap that’s all about promoting a healthy lifestyle and fostering community.

Coast Cycles, 54 Siglap Drive, Singapore 456176, Tel: (+65) 6448 7608,

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Hello Bicycle
If you’re keen on a cool city bike for cruising around or running errands, OR a huge selection of balance bikes and other kids bikes this hipster haven near Bugis is your spot, mama. Top bicycle brands on offer include Creme and Linus, with lots of great accessories (including the best range of child seats that we’ve seen in Singapore) to boot. Hello Bicycle also offers a rental service, and their convenient location is ideal for exploring the nearby river and historic sites.

Hello Bicycle, Byland Building, 135 Middle Road, #01-01, Singapore 188975, Tel: (+65) 6333 0054 and 261 Waterloo Street, Waterloo Centre #02-03, Singapore 180261,

Hup Leong Company
This mainstay in Chinatown (dating all the way back to 1968!) offers a nice range of road bikes, city bikes and mountain bikes – including top brands like Jamis, Selle Italia, Shimano, Nite Rider and more – at a variety of price points. They are truly all about bikes at this bike store — the only accessories you’ll find are helmets!

Hup Leong Company, 51 Chin Swee Road, #01-107 Singapore 160051, (+65) 6532 3700,


Kian Hong Cycle
This is another bicycle shop for serious cyclists that traces its roots in Singapore all the way back to 1946! This bike store specialises in the high-end mountain bike brand Scott, but also carries heaps of hardcore accessories and kids bikes as well. Watch for their occasional warehouse sales to score some deals, mama!

Kian Hong Cycle, 33 Ubi Ave 3, #01-07 Vertex Singapore 408868, (+65) 6509 4567,

Mighty Velo
Calling themselves “Singapore’s folding bike specialists”, Mighty Velo is all about urban mobility. The shop carries a wide range of folding bikes and LTA-approved lightweight e-scooters, along with premium accessories from Europe, Japan and beyond. All bikes purchased also come with a two year warranty.

Mighty Velo, 239 Lavender Street Singapore 338783 Tel: (+65) 6396 6280/6396 6281,

The first and biggest bicycle retailer in Indonesia, Rodalink now has four bike stores in Singapore as well, and carries a huge range of well-known brands like Polygon, Marin, Shimano, Giro and many more. You’ll also find kids bikes and heaps of accessories, and they have a really nice online bike store, too!

Rodalink, Multiple locations (Commonwealth, Jurong, Kaki Bukit, and Siglap/East Coast),

T3 Bicycle
Siglap seems to be the spot for bike lovers in Singapore, as this is yet another beloved bicycle shop in the ‘hood. This bike store carries a range of top road bike and mountain bike brands, and you can also score some major deals with their pre-owned selection.T3’s passionate, knowledgable staff offers a truly personalised experience to bike lovers — you can even build your own bike!

T3 Bicycle, 1K Figaro Street, Singapore 458322, Tel: (+65) 6441 6828,


Tay Junction
We like that Tay Junction has got a dedicated women’s section to complement their wide range of mountain bikes and road bikes. This is also a great bike store for mini adventurers, as they’ve got a nice selection of (high end!) kids’ mountain bikes and lots of kids’ helmets to choose from.

Tay Junction, Multiple locations (including Bukit Timah, Pasir Ris, Punggol, Tampines and Ubi),

Treknology 3
If you’re keen on all-around fab bicycle brand Trek, this is obviously your place, mama, although Treknology 3 actually carries a wide range of brands at its three bicycle shops in Singapore, highlighted by more than 400 bikes on display at their 10,000 square feet “Mega Showroom” in Bukit Merah. They’ve got tons of kids bikes and child bike seats, along with many Women-specific designs. Another bonus for active families: jogging strollers!

Treknology 3, Mega Showroom at 14 Jalan Kilang Barat, Singapore 159356, Tel: (+65) 6273 8616, other locations at Tanglin/Cuscaden Road and East Coast (Siglap),

Other stores with good bike selections


This European sports megastore with seven locations around the island carries an impressive selection of kids bikes, mountain bikes and road bikes. All bicycles have a lifetime guarantee, and are very reasonably priced (starting from $220 for adult bikes, and $60 for a child’s balance bike). They’ve also got you sorted for helmets, locks, shoes and clothing at a great price. Hate crowds? The Singapore Lab location at National Stadium is open 24/7!

Decathlon, Multiple locations (including Bedok, Holland Village, Joo Koon, Kallang, Little India, Novena and Punggol),

We can’t vouch for the quality (or what kind of queue you’ll have to wait in), but as with groceries, appliances, home goods, and just about everything else under the sun, Giant offers bicycles at rock bottom prices, including kids bikes from $109 and adult bikes from $179.

Giant, click here for all locations,

Kiddy Palace
Another spot with kids’ bikes at low prices, particularly for the toddler-to-training-wheels set. Balance bikes start at $79.

Kiddy Palace, 500 Toa Payoh Lorong 6 #03-30, Singapore 310500, Tel: (+65) 6352 7781, for other locations see


Pick up a beautiful wooden tricycle or a balance bike for your littlest munchkin here, mama. We’ve also seen a nice selection of EGG helmets there in the past, too.

Mothercare, Harbourfront Centre, 1 Maritime Square #03-05 Singapore 099253 and other locations, Tel: (+65) 6513 3243,

Toys R Us
The toy superstore has got a surprisingly impressive selection of kids bikes and trikes for beginning cyclists, with prices starting from $119.99. Bonus points for lots of kid-friendly accessories, including helmets (from $30, horns, mini pumps and gloves.

Toys R Us, Forum The Shopping Mall, 583 Orchard Road #03-03/25, Singapore 238884, for other locations see

Online Bicycle Shops

While many of the bicycle shops above do sell bikes online, there are also plenty of websites offering affordable delivery, low prices and a huge selection. Sometimes it pays to comparison shop!

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Have we mentioned how excited we are that the online shopping behemoth launched a Singapore site? The cycling section offers a huge range of balance bikes, kids bikes, adult mountain bikes – including top American brands like Huffy, Schwinn and Raleigh – plus all manner of gear and accessories, all shipped for free from the U.S.! And while the local Amazon Prime Now app doesn’t deliver bikes, they do carry a lot of bicycle accessories (including seats, bike locks, bicycle pumps, bells, and bicycle helmets) that come with free 2-hour delivery in Singapore! (Pictured: Paw Patrol Bike, S$159)

Recommended to us by bike-loving Cool Dad Erik van Helvoort (pictured up top with his adorable kiddos!), Bike Inn is a massive online bike store with over 700,000 products, including kids bikes (even unicycles!), bikes for women and men, helmets, and well-priced child bike seats.

We can’t guarantee the quality, but you can definitely find plenty of new and used bikes on Carousell at great prices.

Lazada’s online bike store has thousands of bicycles on offer, including more than 500 kids bikes to choose from when we last checked! 

ToGo Parts
We’re all for reusing and recycling, so we love this massive online used bike store in Singapore that cheekily refers to itself as a “burgeoning bazaar”. You can score great deals on both road bikes and mountain bikes, as well as accessories and components. And with a lively members’ forum discussion board, this is the place to be for bicycle aficionados in Singapore.

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Singapore Bike-Sharing Services

Keen to pedal around town efficiently but not ready to buy a bike of your own? We were all over the bike sharing craze when it launched in Singapore back in 2017; while original services like O.Bike, Mobike and ofo have since ceased operations in Singapore, new companies have moved in, including Anywheel, SG Bike, and Moov Technology (which doesn’t seem to have a website yet but is expected to roll out 45,000 bikes across Singapore by mid-November, according to the Straits Times).

Lead image by Irina Nilsson Photography; Image #1 via Brompton Bicycle Facebook; Image #2 (balance bikes) via Hello Bicycle Facebook; Image #8 via SG Bike Facebook

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