KL Car Free Morning

Event


Intro

Jump-start the first and third Sunday of each month with cycling, jogging, walking or even skating on major streets of Kuala Lumpur Golden Triangle along with thousands of others. Mark your 2016 calendar for healthy weekend and participate in the Go Green KL Car-Free Morning. It’s a BIG LIVELY Sunday morning you don’t want to miss! Together, let’s support the Go Green campaign!

Venue

Start and Finish

Dataran DBKL 1, Jalan Raja Laut, Kuala Lumpur

Entry fee

KL CAR FREE MORNING - Free Entry

Road closure

7:00am - 9:00am

Road open for

Cycling | Jogging | Walking | Rollerblading | Rollerskating | Skateboarding | Handcycling

Side activities

Horse Carriage Rides | Zumba | Lucky Draw

Route map


Route

Parking site


Parking

Sponsors


Title sponsor :

Bicycle provider :

Official Sponsors :

Warisan Ad
SOGO
100 Plus
Cycling
Running
Ciclista

About


KL car free morning

KL Car Free Morning is held from 7am to 9am every first and third Sunday of the month and features closed roads for people of all walks of life to cycle, handcycle, run, skateboard, rollerskate, rollerblade or simply walk. It starts from Dataran DBKL (near Dataran Merdeka) and leads participants through about 7 kilometres of major streets in Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle. Each time, title sponsor OCBC Bank offers 140 bicycles for the people to use for free. The event, first introduced on 22 September 2013, is organised by Multigreen Events and supported by Kuala Lumpur City Hall. Several thousand people throng to the event each time, testimony to the growing health-consciousness among Malaysians and their appreciation of KL Car Free Morning.

Free bicycle rental

The OCBC Cycle bicycles are available for the public to use from 6am every event day. Cyclists need to show an ID with photographic identification when borrowing the bicycles from Menara OCBC, along Jalan Tun Perak, which is a short walk from the starting point. Use of the bicycles is on a first come, first served basis and there is no charge involved. All cyclists are responsible for bringing their own helmets.