URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium February
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium February
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium March
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium March
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium March


In association with the Para Cycling Federation of Singapore, Singapore Cycling Federation and URA, Cycosports is happy to announce the month of March will host the national para cycling national championships and regional invitation races.

The 1.7km Cecil / Robinson Road circuit will see exciting para cyclists racing the circuit from 6:00am to 7:30am with a half hour public transition to the opening of the official opening of the circuit at 8:00am.

For the March event, there will be two 40 minute races. The first race (6:00am) will see the hand cycling community heading off first. The second race (6:45am) will have the para cyclist in various categories racing, including blind riders on tandems. 

The Share the Road series highlights the diversity of cyclists in our community and we are looking forward to the community coming down and supporting our local Singapore riders in this exciting event.



Volunteers and Sponsors

These are non-profit events with any excess funds going towards supporting the sharetheroad.sg . We will be asking for the support of the larger cycling community to assist. We really need the support of the community in terms of volunteers as well as sponsors (monetary or product)

While the event is early, the streets are well lighted, so we hope the Singapore cycling community will come down and support / cheer on their fellow riders. It's only through showing that we have a vibrant and sharing cycling scene, will more opportunities come to the competitive cycling scene.



Singapore Cycling Federation      paracycling





The Criterium Course


Please do not use the Shenton Way Bus Lane to come to the event. This is a special lane setup for the buses and must not be compromised with cyclists entering. We have had specific instructions from LTA that this must be adhered to. Thank you.


1.7km Circuit of Fast Downtown Roads!

An awesome opportunity to race downtown, surrounded by the towering office blocks and iconic landmarks of Singapore. The circuit will follow the same direction as the URA Car Free Sunday route which officially opens to the general public at 8am on the Sunday morning.


NOTE: LIGHTS REQUIRED (non flash mode) for all cyclists competing.


URA Car Free Sunday Share the Road Criterium


Further Details of Access Points and Rider Assembly Point etc will be announced once permits are approved.


Morning Schedule

TimeCategoryDurationMax Entries
5:30 Race One Riders gather McCallum / Cecil Street    
Race One Riders Briefing    
6:00 Race Once (Handcycling) Starts  40 mins  25
6:40 Race One Ends    
6:15 Race Two Riders gather McCallum / Cecil Street    
6:30 Race Two Riders Briefing    
6:45 Race Two (Paracyclists) Starts 40 mins  40
7:25 Race Two Ends    
7:30 Circuit CLOSED for all Racing
7:40 Prize Giving - Race One and Two    
8:00 URA Car Free Sunday - Flag Off (Padang)    



Frequently Asked Questions


Please check through the frequently asked questions below. If you can't find the answer you're most welcome to drop us a question here.


Q: Can anyone enter the para cycling races?

A: If you are a paracyclists (from anywhere in the world), you can enter the event. Please contact kim@sdsc.org.sg  for more details.


Q: I'm doing the OCBC TTT later in the day - is there enough time to come and watch the event?

A: Yes absolutely and we would love to see the greater cycling community get behind our para cyclists. There will be para cyclists coming from around the region so its even more important that we cheer on our local Singaporean heroes.


Q: How do I get to the circuit?

A: Please come in via the Telok Ayer area. Please do not try to ride on the temporary bus lane on Shenton Way.


Q: I'd like to help out (volunteer) on the day - is that possible?

A: Absolutely - we always need help running these events. Please drop us a message here.





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