This page introduces parks in Tokyo that have cycling courses. We introduce a wide range of courses, from courses where you can enjoy cycling while looking out at the ocean to courses where you can ride through green trees. There are courses that can be used by small children as well as full-scale courses, so please take a look.

 Wakasu Seaside Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The cycling course at Wakasu Seaside Park is 6km long and offers a spectacular view of the ocean. On a clear day, you can see the direction of Boso, Umihotaru Disneyland, and Tokyo Sky Tree, so why not enjoy cycling while feeling the sea breeze?

 National Showa Memorial Park (Tachikawa City, Tokyo)

The cycling course in the National Showa Memorial Park is 14 km long. There’s also a full range of bicycles for rent, including family-friendly mama bicycles, tandem bicycles, mountain bikes, children’s bicycles, and toddler bicycles, so you can bring your little ones along!

 Komazawa Olympic Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The Komazawa Olympic Park Cycling Course in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, is a 2.1 km long course that runs around the perimeter of the park. In addition to the circular course, there is also a practice space for children and a family course that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

 Kinuta Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The Kinuta Park Cycling Course in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo is a 1,667-meter loop course that runs through the park. The course is a 1,667-meter circuit through Kinuta Park in Tokyo’s Setagaya Ward.

 Yoyogi Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

The Yoyogi Park cycling course has a 1,841-meter lap around the park, a 160-meter practice course, and a special course for toddlers with auxiliary wheels. The Cycle Center also offers rental bicycles ranging from 14″ to 27″ and bicycles with auxiliary wheels (14″/16″).

 Shinagawa Kumin Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The cycling course at Shinagawa Waku-min Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is a 2-km loop course, and rental bicycles for adults, children, and infants are available.

 Jujo Central Park (Kita Ward, Tokyo)

The cycling course in Jujo Chuo Park goes around the baseball field and tennis courts. The course is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and closed on Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a national holiday). The bicycles that can be used on the path are regular bicycles under 26 inches, which are located in the Cycling Center.

 Koganei Park (Koganei City, Tokyo)

The Koganei Park Cycling Course is a cycling facility that can be enjoyed by everyone from small children to adults, with a dedicated training area for small children, a 630-meter beginner cycling course and a 1,800-meter regular course. There is also a full range of bicycles available for rent, including 14-inch to 26-inch bicycles and bicycles with auxiliary wheels.

 Tamagawa Ryokuchi Fussa Minami Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

The cycling course at Tama River Fussa Minami Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, is part of the Tama River Cycling Course and is a dedicated path for bicycles. The course has both dirt and asphalt sections.

 Metropolitan Sayama Park (Higashimurayama City, Tokyo)

The cycling course in Sayama Park in Higashimurayama City, Tokyo, allows you to enjoy the scenery of the satoyama of Musashino and the view of Lake Tama, a water reservoir for the people of Tokyo. The Lake Tama Bicycle Path runs alongside the park, so you can enjoy cycling with your children or for more serious cyclists.

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