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Cycling fans, go crazy! These 4 cool bicycle-themed cafes are so beautiful that you must visit them, whether by foot, or on bike! Take a pit-stop!

  1. Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe

Soek Seng 1954 may be the newest bike cafe on the block, but cafe owner Uncle Joo is not an unfamiliar face to cycling enthusiasts in Singapore. Known as “The Collector”, Uncle Joo boasts a collection of over 100 beautiful vintage bikes. Lucky for us, some of those classic models are displayed in this cafe!

Location of the cafe is a little far out, but hey, how cool is it to sip coffee next to a runway, watching planes take off and land?’ Spot luxurious private planes as you relax and unwind.

Soek Seng 1954
#01-01 Maj Aviation Building, 80 Seletar Aerospace
Operating Hours:
Tue – Thu & Sun: 10:00-22:00
Fri – Sat: 10:00- 23:00

2. Coast and Company

What do you get when specialty coffee Papa Palheta meets Coast Cycles? A wheelie good cuppa for sure!

Coast and Company is a cafe and bike workshop. For cycling enthusiasts, this is a great place to take a mid-ride pitstop and refuel your energy.

As for non-cyclists, their menu sets them apart from your typical cafe. From juicy Beef Rendang Hotdog to ‘Chapalang’ salad, (cherry tomatoes, bak kwa, sakura ebi with sesame dressing) and Sour Cream Cheese toast. So delish that you’d want to start pedalling to burn off those extra calories.

Coast and Company
 54, Siglap Drive
Operating Hours:
Tue – Fri: 10:00-19:00
Sat – Sun: 09:00-22:00

3. Peloton Cafe and Juice Bar

Peloton Cafe is not a full fledged bicycle cafe but the name ‘Peloton’ (French for platoon, a term to describe a pack of cyclist) and their pretty bike and wheels display gave them the credentials to be on our list.

They used to have a bike building service. Today, the cafe is fully dedicated to serving halal food and drinks. From stacks of waffles to cakes and churros, you can count on them to replenish your sugar level after a ride. Savoury noms (Laksa waffles with salmon) are available too!

Peloton Cafe
Address: 1 Changi Village Road #01-2008
Operating Hours:
Mon- Thu: 12:00 – 21:00
Fri: 14:30 – 22:00
Sat & Sun – 10:00 – 22:00

4. Wheeler’s Yard

If you’re looking for a gastronomical brunch with a dash of industrial rustic-ness, you’ll fit in Wheeler’s Yard just right.

From big breakfast to pastas and nachos, they also offer a set lunch menu that is available on weekdays. The price range may be a little high but the serving portion is big and it’s a fully self-service cafe (read: no service charge).

While you’re at it, don’t forget to feed your Instagram with their iconic blue door. You and your camera will leave pleased and delighted.

Wheeler’s Yard
Address: 28, Lorong Ampas, Singapore
Operating Hours:
Tue – Thu & Sun: 10:30 – 22:00
Fri & Sat: 10:30 – 23:00

We hope these 4 bicycle cafes will keep you pedalling! Let us know in the comments if we’ve missed anything out!