During and after Covid, many Singaporeans have found their new favourite pastime – cycling.

Now, you can bring your cycling hobby along to these bicycle-themed and bicycle-friendly cafes to share the joy and love for cycling.

Other than those 10 listed before, some cafes with parking spaces for bicycles include:
Little Rogue Coffee (Tanjong Katong)
CAVA Café (Upper Thomson)
Five & 2 (Punggol Park)
Mylo’s (Gardens by the Bay)
Sky Cafe (Queenstown)
– Kult Kafe (The Grandstand)
And many others at East Coast Park and Punggol.

Blue Balls Bike Café
44 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118504
Opening Hours: 7am – 11pm (Tues – Thurs), 6am – 12am (Fri – Sun), Closed Mon

If you are curious about how the name of the cafe came about, you may want to ask the owner about a certain tail light hanging off the back of his bicycle.

Hailing from Norway, Stig and Petter opened up the Blue Balls Bike Cafe recently as a haven for cyclists to gather.

There are also cycling gear and accessories for sale, with the café done up in a cycling theme with plenty of corners for #OOTD.

Even if you are not passionate about cycling, the little hut in Pasir Panjang welcomes you to visit and socialise.

The food you will find at Blue Balls Bike Cafe are the quintessential Western food, which are easy to eat and always good. Most of them have cute cycling-related names – keep a lookout for them.

The menu is headlined by the evocative Blue Balls Burger ($20), which is a beef BLT with bacon jam, brie and homemade sauce, all contained within two fluffy Brioche buns. Aero Burger ($22) is a fried chicken version of the burger.

Read more at: Blue Balls Café (Pasir Panjang)

2 Leng Kee Rd, #01-05 Thye Hong Centre, Singapore 159086
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Tues – Sat), 2:30pm – 5pm (Sun), Closed Mon

Musette which is opened by a cycling lover himself, is a bicycle-friendly café located at Leng Kee Road at Thye Hong Centre.

This is also of walking distance from Redhill MRT station.

The name “Musette” refers to a small, lightweight cotton shoulder bag, containing food and drink given to riders in a feed zone during a cycle race.

This is a causal cafe that serves up Western brunch classic with Asian flair, and aims to be a favourite meeting place whether customers or on or off the bike.

The all-day breakfast looked pretty enticing, with Breakfast Sando ($19), Ebi Katsu Sando ($20), Avocado Toast ($22), Big Breakfast ($25), Smoked Salmon Souffle ($24) and Pandan Souffle ($22).

As for mains (served 11am onwards), you can expect offerings of Beef Burger ($26), Chicken Burger ($22), Seafood Arrabbiata ($26), and Mushroom Orzo Pasta ($22).

Read more at: Musette (Leng Kee Road)

Crank N’ Chain
31 Ocean Way, #01-22, Singapore, Singapore 098375
Opening Hours: 6:30am – 7pm (Tue – Fri, Sun), 6:30am – 4pm (Sat), Closed Mon

With multiple dining destinations at Quayside Isle, what makes Crank n’ Chain different is that it is both a bicycle shop at Level 2 and a cafe and on the ground floor.

Crank n’ Chain serves as a meeting point for fellow bicycle enthusiasts to catch up over a cup of coffee, discussing the latest bikes and checking out the latest products on their 2nd floor.

With a total of 3 tables, Crank n’ Chain focuses more on gluten-free takeaway bites such as Orange Almond Cake ($6), Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake, Salted Chocolate Cake and Banana Vanilla Bean Cake from The Whole Kitchen.

Read more at: Crank N’ Chain (Quayside Isle)

Ciclo e Caffè
1 Changi Village Rd, #01-2052, Singapore 500001
Opening Hours: 9am – 11pm (Tues – Fri), 7am – 12am (Sat), 7am – 11pm (Sun)

Ciclo e Caffe means Cycling and Coffee – the two ways that create a community and bring people together.

The cafe at Changi Village seeks to create a place where it is cosy and warm, where people come as strangers but part as friends.

If you are ever at Ciclo e Caffe, pay attention to the walls of the cafe. They are filled with vintage bicycle frames, every piece of which is a personal artefact or cycling memorabilia.

The beverages menu at the cafe is kept simple. The Espresso ($3.5) is a strong shot that will wake you up. Depending on your liking, there is Black ($4), White ($5) and Mocha ($6) for you to choose from.

They also offer an interesting Indonesian-stye Cheesecake called the “Bolu Keju”, with light sponge cake spread with light butter cream and with grated cheddar cheese all over.

You get a combination of sweet and partly salty in one bite.

Read more at: Ciclo e Caffè (Changi Village)

Wheeler’s Yard
28 Lor Ampas, Singapore 328781
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5:30pm – 9pm (Tues – Fri), 10:30am – 9pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon

Wheeler’s Yard needs little introduction. The cafe has been a local favourite for quite some time now, due to its photogenic warehouse setting and the bicycles parked by its facade.

Going to Wheeler’s Yard for brunch, which is until 3pm, is the usual choice. The Crab Mayo Croissant ($19.90) is one of the favourites. Aside from the vibrant colours, the ebikko, crab mayo and cucumber make for a satisfying and savoury start to the day.

Their Eggs Benedict ($17.90) is another brunch favourite, known for its fluffy muffins and runny poached eggs.

Even for lunch, there is a nice variety of mains to choose from. There is a Miso Pork Belly Bowl ($17.90) if you prefer rice bowls, and Sakura Ebi Pasta ($16.9) for spaghetti.

Of course, there are also meaty mains, such as Signature BBQ Pork Ribs ($24.9)0, which is a 48 hours sous vide half rack baby back ribs. The meat falls from the bone as it should, flavoured by the homemade BBQ sauce.

The Autobus
6A Shenton Way OUE Downtown Gallery #01-01 Singapore 068815
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Mon – Fri), 12pm – 9pm (Sat), Closed Sun

The Autobus is a bicycle-themed café located at OUE Downtown Gallery, popular with CBD workers and gym goers alike for their coffee and protein bowls.

Customers would be given an order-chit to personalise your own bowls, in which you can choose a base, protein, 2 sides, dressing and toppings.

Start with a base of brown rice, fusilli pasta, romaine lettuce, potato cucumber salad; then topped with cajun chicken, seaweed turkey, breast, sweet glazed char siew, BBQ pulled beef or baked dory.

After adding sides and toppings – onsen egg and roasted cauliflower are popular choices, complete the bowl with dressing of roasted sesame, spiced oregano, honey mustard or basil pesto.

6 Letter Brunch
103 Frankel Avenue, Singapore 458225
Opening Hours: 8am – 8pm (Sun – Thurs), 8am – 9pm (Fri – Sat)

Opened by the folks behind 6 Letters Coffee at Tanjong Katong, 6 Letters Brunch is the newest kid to join the #EastCoastPlan at Siglap.

There are two Mumar 24-inch Vintage bicycles parked at the entrance, another two vintage bicycles parked indoors.

It has a garden theme with many potted plants, a small alfresco dining area at the backyard, a kids corner, main dining hall and a front porch to park your bikes.

Serving an extensive menu with over 100 items, there are All Day Brunch items ($7 – $25), Salad ($11), Soup ($6), Meats/ Fish ($16 – $25), Burger ($16 – $28), Pasta ($15 – $21), Sides ($6 – $26), Kid’s Meal ($9 – $12), Smoothie Bowl ($12 – $13), Waffle $8 – $16), Gelato (Single $4, Double $6) and Desserts ($8 – $12).

12 new dishes are exclusive to 6 Letter Brunch, namely Sweet Potato Rosti ($16), Salmon Rosti ($18), Crabcake Sweet Potato Rosti ($18), Chilli Crab Pasta ($18), Salmon Aglio Olio ($18), Mr Frank Toast ($11), Pulled Pork Tacos ($12), Brunch Tacos ($12), Smoked Duck Pancakes ($12), Pancake Wonderland ($16), Creme Brûlée ($8) and Fudge Brownies ($12).

Read more at: 6 Letter Brunch (Siglap)

Hub & Spoke Cafe
60 Airport Boulevard #01-T2S-02 Kampong Changi, Singapore 819643
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

Linking the East Coast Park connector and Changi Airport, Hub and Spoke is a pit stop for cyclists to park their bicycles and rejuvenate.

The entire glasshouse setting is a 30 seaters space (24 indoors, 6 outdoors) decked in black and white colonial style with ample natural sunlight pouring in during daytime.

Opened from 7.30am daily, Hub & Spoke Cafe offers a menu ranging from local Breakfast Toast ($3.20 – $4.50) and Kopi/ Teh ($1.30 – $2.10) to cafe-style Brunch ($6.80 – $15.90), Pasta ($11.90 – $12.90) and Sandwich ($7.80 – $14.80).

The recommended items there include The Big Brekkie ($17.90), Wagyu Beef Burger ($18.90), Crab Pasta ($19.90), Nasi Lemak with Chicken ($8.90), Avocado Toast ($14.90), and Truffle Crab Roll ($17.90).

Read more at: Hub & Spoke (Changi)

Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe
80 Seletar Aerospace View, #01-01 Aviation Hub, Singapore 797563
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe seems to be out of the way at Aviation Hub. However, if you are on a cycling trip in the area, the cafe is a great pitstop to rest and be fed.

There is plenty of space outside the building to park your bicycles.

What you will find on the menu at the cafe are both Western and Asian mains, chock-full of proteins to fuel your cycling trip.

Have the Sirloin Steak ($15) or Ribeye Steak ($22.8) at any doneness to your liking. Burgers are either the Mega Beef Burger ($16.8) or the Double Cheese Chicken Burger ($15.8).

If you want to balance out with some carbs, the Katsu Don ($7.8) or Unatamadon ($8.8) both come with a good amount of Japanese rice, topped with the protein and an egg.

Also, if you are coming in a group, share some Fries ($6) or Chicken Wings Cuts ($6).

The most special part about the cafe is its location right next to a runway. As you dine, you can catch the jets taking off and landing on the runway.

Two Wheels Good
61 Jurong West Central 3, Singapore 648330
Opening Hours: 6am – 11pm (Mon – Sun)

Found in Jurong Point, Two Wheels Good is clearly bicycle-themed even starting from its name. The interior is decked out in bicycles, with bicycle wheels hanging all over the ceiling.

Interestingly, Two Wheels Good serves tasty Singaporean and Asian fares.

Many hawker dishes can be found here, starting with the Wanton Mee ($4). The noodles are springy and generously coated with soy sauce and chili, if you want it spicy. There is also Delicious Mee Rebus ($4), Ipoh Horfun ($5) and Fried Dry Laksa ($5).

There is decent wok hei on the fried dishes, adding smokiness to the noodles.

While Two Wheels Good is nothing extra fancy, it is an inexpensive place for a quick meal in a convenient location.

Willow. Bike. Art. Cafe
456 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Block 456, Singapore 560456
Opening Hours: 12pm – 8pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

An interesting bicycle themed café hidden at Avenue 10, also offering bike sales and servicing. Quite a number of enthusiasts come here to buy accessories.

The menu is mainly limited to Waffles ($8.80 with 2 scoops) and Ice Cream ($3.50 for a scoop); along with Cocoa Brownie, Milkshakes and drinks.

Flavours include Thai Milk Tea, Cookies & Cream, Strawberries Cheesecake, Rocher, Salted Caramel, and Vanilla. (Unfortunately, the waffles wasn’t available when I visited.)

There are occasional finger food such as Chicken Pizza ($6.50) and Chicken Mini Sausage ($3.50).

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* Compiled by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary, Nicholas Tan @stormscape and Dean Ang.


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