Singapore eques will be able to ride freely in the city, the Singapore Federation of Sport and Recreation said in a statement on Friday.
The city has a strict law against public nudity and public lewdness, but has also become a hot spot for striptease and other forms of lewd behaviour.
The city also has strict limits on how many people can be in the same area.
The Federation said the city has also recently introduced a dress code that limits the number of people in public spaces to no more than 20 people, with women only being allowed in public at designated areas.
Singaporeans are banned from wearing any sort of “gore or excrement” in public, and are also prohibited from riding in public on bikes.
The law also forbids public nudity in public.
The Singapore Federation said there were around 4,000 people who have registered as Singapore equests in the last 12 months, and that many of them are “self-confessed striptes”.