Pedal Taiwan cycling tours offer unique opportunities to ride stunning and challenging routes, in a country designed for road biking. With its imposing mountain ranges, rolling paddy fields, gorgeous ocean roads, ultra-modern cycle lanes and world famous cuisine, Taiwan provides the perfect blend of safety, comfort and adventure to make it an ideal location to explore by bike.
I was astonished how good this trip was. I've cycled all over the world and for me this was probably the best place I've ever cycled. The roads are wide, smooth, well maintained and most have a dedicated cycle lane; the scenery is wonderful; the...More
I did the 4 day KOM tour, and James and Annie were excellent guides. The rides and climbs were challenging for enough for a fit and experienced cyclist, especially days 2 and 3 which include both sides of Wuling Pass, but also quite doable for...More
What a way to explore a country than Cycling. We stayed over 6 days cycling across Taiwan. Rob helped us to accommodate all our needs and create great challenges and distances to ride everyday. Good mixture of landscapes, climates, and scenery. Rob helped and supported...More
Mainly undiscovered by westerners, Taiwan offers rolling coastline and incredible mountains, which coupled with great roads and cycle paths, makes it an idyllic location for cyclists.
All of our routes have been specially selected to ensure we always take your breath away (and not just on the climbs!). Some routes includes a once in a life time ride through the famous Taroko Gorge.
We know how fussy cyclists can be about their bikes! Thats why we only offer state of the art road bikes for all our Taiwan cycling tours. Of course, thats not to say you can't bring your own!
With a local cycle guide and support vehicle with you at all times, you know that everything is taken care of. Simply sit back, and enjoy the ride.
We know how important it is to take care of our customers. Thats why all our brilliant guides are always there to help you out with whatever you may need...as long as you're happy, they're happy.
Taiwan is rapidly becoming the culinary capital of south east Asia, with tourists flocking from all over to sample the exquisite blend of Chinese, Japanese and indigenous flavours.