Everyone loves a good post ride coffee and sometimes finding a good spot for a coffee is difficult when you have a bike with you. I have had the same issues and here are some coffee shops I frequent during or after a ride.
Wheelers Yard – Wheelers Estate
Wheelers Yard has 2 locations. The first location, Wheelers Yard is in Balestier. The 2nd location, Wheelers Estate is in Seletar.
Both locations have ample bike parking and are rider friendly. The avocado toast at Seletar is a personal favourite. The coffee gets the seal of approval as does the menu, which differs at each location. Variety is the spice of life, they say.
Wheelers Yard – 28 Lorong Ampas, 328781
Wheelers Estate – 2 Park Lane Singapore 798386 Park Ln, Singapore 798386
An Aussie born cafe located at Telok Ayer. This cafe opens at 8:30AM on weekend and serves Vegemite on toast. The coffee is good and there is ample parking on the street for park ups.
The Acai bowl is also plenty good so treat yourself this weekend.
136 Telok Ayer Street, 068601
Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe
With a vintage bike collection worth checking out Soek Seng are definitely bike friendly and have plenty of bike parking out front.
They serve breakfast and acceptable coffee. If you are sitting outside you have a good view over the airstrip and can watch as small planes take off and land.
Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe – 80 #01-01 MAJ Aviation Building, Seletar Aerospace View, Singapore 797563
Yahava is located on Upper Thompson Road and a staple stop after a Kulai ride. Opening at 9am Yahava roast their own coffee and also have good options for breakfast.
Personal favourites are the toasties.
Bike parking is not provided however there is enough space at the front door to get a good park up going.
Yahava KoffeeWorks – 4 Jalan Gelenggang, 578188
Kith Cafe Bukit Timah
Located along Bukit Timah and opening at 7am Kith Cafe is great for early riders! Kith Cafe is relatively well known in Singapore.
There is ample room for bike park ups at the front and the menu is full of great options. Also the coffee is on point.
Kith Cafe – 619D Bukit Timah Road, #01-01, Singapore 269724
Also along Bukit Timah, Atlas Coffeehouse opens at 8am daily and serves fantastic coffee, some might argue the best coffee on the island.
There is plenty of space to park up at the front and there are small tables outside to enjoy your post ride coffee if you prefer to watch the world go by.
Atlas Coffeehouse – 6 Duke’s Rd, Singapore 268886
What’s your favourite coffee on the island? Comment down below to let me know if I missed any must try coffee shops!
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1 out of 6 for me. Clearly I need to get caffeinated more.