For many people, Hong Kong isn’t the first place that springs to mind for people who love to ride, however serious government investment over the last few years into bike paths, such as the New Territories Cycle Network is making it a mecca for riding. 

The island nation has become a strong force in cycling over the last decade with riders such as Lee Wai Sze producing gold medal-winning results at the World Championship level.

this collection features a lovely mix of quiet bike paths, busy city streets, and stunning shoreline rides. 

Thank you to Christoph Ganswindt for our first collection from Hong Kong.

New Territories Long ShaTin - Tai Po Loop

Join us for a loop around Tai Po. Bike paths, jungle and a mixture of roads will give you a real taste of what cycling in Hong Kong is really like.

71.37KM
DISTANCE
2:33:55
DURATION
559M
ELEVATION

Hong Kong Ocean Park Chung Hom Kok

This Tour starts opposite the HK Ocean-Park Hotel and follows first the shoreline towards Middle-Island where it then takes a turn uphill to “The Peak” which is probably Hong Kong’s most visited sightseeing spot. From there one can enjoy Hong Kong’s skyline and beyond to the Kowloon side.
Riding the way up one would not imagine that this is Hong Kong given its green surrounding.

27.03KM
DISTANCE
1:27:00
DURATION
714M
ELEVATION

OceanPark-Shek-O

This Tour starts opposite the HK Ocean-Park Hotel and follows the shoreline towards Shek-O which is a fairly famous small shore village at the east-south corner of Hong Kong Island. While heading towards Shek-O the route passes Deep Water Bay first and later leaves Stanley on the right before it turns into a rather quiet road with only a little traffic. Arriving at Shek-O it goes straight back to where it started.

38.15KM
DISTANCE
1:29:30
DURATION
583M
ELEVATION

Short ShaTin Racecourse Loop

This Tour starts at the backyard of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Sha Tin Racecourse Stables build in the 1970’s. The first 20Km follow mostly the shoreline on a sometimes very busy cycling path. Arriving at the Tai Mei Tuk A Substation ride are asked to get off their bikes and walk since the upcoming 200m climb is very steep. Arriving at the top of that first steep climb the following up and downhill/valley section runs down to the Luk Keng street restaurants.

52.05KM
DISTANCE
1:50:13
DURATION
301M
ELEVATION

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