As a cyclist, I started this group of articles to share my passion, the places we can use our bike, how we can get there, how to solve any problems and various other aspects of our common passion called cycling! We start with cycle tracks in groups of five.
Necessary Note: Bus lines are listed indicatively. Bicycles on public transport in Cyprus as luggage for transportation are not allowed, unless they are folding.
Engomi's pedestrian street
Pedestrian road with a total length of 1.4 Km, which starts from the north side of the premises of the International Exhibition of Cyprus and ends at Griva Digeni Avenue where it connects with its cycle path. There are two lines passing through it (123, 259), and you can see it here on the map.
A parallel 1.6 km long cycle path connecting all Latsia municipal services (Nicosia General Hospital, Town Hall, Open University of Cyprus facilities, etc.), around which 6 lines pass (107, 158, 160, 200, 210, 211), while you can see it here on the map.
G. Kranidiotis Avenue
Parallel circular path of 4.2 Km total length, which is an extension of the previous one and a link to the next 2, where two lines pass (107, 158), and you can see it here on the map.
A parallel 1.3 km bike path that starts from the south side of a well-known supermarket chain and continues westwards to the GSP's roundabout, and a line (158) passes through the junction with the above cycle path, and you can see it here at map.
Expansion of Philippou Papakyprianou
A parallel 900-meter bicycle track, which is an extension of the previous one, within which a line passes (106), and you can see it here on the map.