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Nakheel to add 105km of cycling tracks across Dubai

Posted by DPS on 21/01/2017
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Dubai is often seen as a city where people spend their time exclusively indoors. In the summer months, it can be too hot to spend excessive amounts of time outside. But for much of the year the climate is a huge selling point for the city. The beaches are filling up with people from all over the world. The walkways of the Palm and Dubai Marina are great places to spend time. People from all over the world have come to live in Dubai. They expect a similar life to the one they lead back home. The city has started to respond.

New bicycle tracks are coming to Dubai

With this in mind, Dubai developer Nakheel has plans for cycle paths throughout the city. The plans are for 105 kilometres of bicycle tracks so people can get out and about safely. This helps people to stay fit, have a great time together and make the most of the Dubai weather. Families and younger people attracted to the city by ideas and developments like this. As a global city, Dubai needs global appeal and cycle paths are a major feature that will help people to feel Dubai has a lifestyle that they will love.

Cycling for the future

And cycling is big business. The sport is popular across the earth and plans include future events to be held in the city. A new 5km track at the Nad Al Sheba community is just the beginning. Linking the city with cycle tracks will help people to get around in a more environmentally way. The fact that the tracks will be lined with trees and beautiful scenes is another incentive to ditch the car and get on your bike. These are great facilities that only add to the appeal of this global city.

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