2018 CYCLE LIFE CHALLENGE – 5th RIDE – Riding in Love


This is my 5th ride for the 2018 Cycle Life Challenge on 30 March 2018.

For the past Easter holidays, I have been to Kaohsiung in Taiwan with my family and friends. Other than sightseeing, I have also arranged a number of short bike trips in Kaohsiung. The first ride was along the Love River to the Lotus Pond in the Zuoying area.

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Live in Hong Kong who love to ride.

14 response to "2018 CYCLE LIFE CHALLENGE – 5th RIDE – Riding in Love"

  1. By: Scooter Posted: April 10, 2018

    This is funny timing, Gary. Rachael and I will be going back to Taiwan this winter, and you posted this right when I was poring over the map thinking about whether to bike through Kaohsiung or skirt around it again. Thanks for the ideas!

  2. By: Bill Stone Posted: April 10, 2018

    Great ride, Gary! Excellent photos of a very interesting locale, and I loved seeing the cyclists.


  3. By: Kathleen Jones Posted: April 11, 2018

    Gary dearest,

    This is one of the best rides. The bridges, especially Cueihua Bicycle Bridge, are wonderful. It looked like you had a lot of fun with your friends and family.

    -Yr Goddess

  4. By: Bikerdockeith Posted: April 11, 2018

    Hi Gary,
    Absolutely fabulous ride. Thanks for the photos.


  5. By: Tony Cullimore Posted: April 12, 2018

    That bike bridge is something else! I want to cycle over it!

    Great ride Gary, you all looked like you had fun doing it. The little one obviously likes to head off into the distance! The tandem was interesting – very low seat a the back so the “stoker” couldn’t see much ahead.

    You are right – the traffic at the end looked like it could get difficult but if the drivers watch out for cyclists then all is OK. Looking forward to your next ride.

    • By: Gary Lee Posted: April 12, 2018

      Thank you Tony.

      The little one considered himself as the navigator of the team and tried to stay ahead of us!

      BTW, I also think that the tandam can be improved by lowering the handlebar and raising the seat at the back.

  6. By: The Navigator Posted: April 12, 2018

    What a fun and interesting ride! It looks like everyone had fun. It is good that the drivers there are nice to cyclists – makes it slightly less scary getting between more bike-friendly paths. Thanks for sharing.

    • By: Gary Lee Posted: April 12, 2018

      I think Taiwan is the most bike friendly place in Asia. Both the government and the people have great respect to the cyclists.

  7. By: Suzanne Posted: April 13, 2018

    Great ride – thanks for taking us along!

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