Trace a T-Rex in Punggol: Cyclists ride out pandemic blues in Singapore

People began saddling up and riding around the island as an antidote to work-from-home blues or as an alternative holiday activity. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR, CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - More Singaporeans took up cycling during the pandemic, using the activity as a way to exercise, bond with loved ones and manage their mental health.

People began saddling up and riding around the island as an antidote to work-from-home blues or as an alternative holiday activity.

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