Informationabout cycling around TAIWAN !
In order to prepare a suitable bike foryou, please give us the following information.
3. The date you rent the bike and return the bike
**Please notice the following information**
The bikes which weuse are all "Merida Warrior Series."
We provide many kinds ofthe equipment for cycling around the island, including light, stopwatch, saddlebag, frame bag, pump, tool kit, spare inner tube, water bottle cage, bell andluggage carrier. Besides, we will offer you a basic bicycle repairing lessonbefore cycling.
Pleasenotice that Luggage carrier, which is made by aluminumcan only afford 10 kilograms.
We highlyrecommend that you should bring your stuffs as simple as possible because ofthere are many supplies along the way.
If you have anyunused package you can put in our store for free. Moreover, if you buysomething while you traveling, you can send it to our store we can keep it foryou.
Please remember totake your souvenir when you come back.
Here are therental procedures:
1. Please pay therental and deposit directly when renting a bike.
2. If you returnthe bike earlier, we won’t refund the money.
3. The deposit is$5000 NTD per bike (or equivalent in foreign currency.)4. The deposit will bereturned by the time you return the bike.
Hope you enjoyyour cycling and have a great traveling
If we could offer any further information , please do not hesitate tocontact us.
Businesshours 1:00p.m to 10:00p.m.
Store address: 1F., No.193,Sec. 3, Nangang Rd., Nangang Dist., Taipei City 115, Taiwan ( R.O.C.)
P.S.The store manager can't speak English, but his children can.
Therefore,please tell us when you will come to our store so that we can tell his children.
For more rentingdetails you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
EXPERIENCES ABOUT TRAVELING TAIWAN
Taiwan Bike Trip https://goo.gl/IDKpMR
Taiwan on Two Wheels http://goo.gl/Kf6SjK
How to cycle all the way around Taiwan http://goo.gl/Kirv04
[Bike Around Taiwan] Why You Should Do It http://foursixfour.blogspot.tw/2012/07/bike-around-taiwan-why-you-should-do-it.html