Sounds fun, I would like to join and will need to rent a bike!
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Cycling from Tolo Harbour to Plover Cave Reservoir
This time we would like to cycling in most beautiful, traditional cycling path in Hong Kong at New Territories Area.
That would be great outdoor activites for new visitor who looking for meet someone sporty here.
we starting gathering from Tai Wai Station Exit A 14:30 , we could eat something nearby. then some of us could rent a bike.
bike went price would be HKD$80 , if you have you own ,it would be nice to use your own one.
We cycling through Tolo Harbour to Plover Cove Reservoir
Tolo HarBour provides some stunning views of New Territories on a nice day. You might see lots of local people cycling with friends/family at weekends.
Due to 5 May is still a part of China Labour Holiday, so that would also have a lot of people lot of fun.
I will guide the attendees how to cycling from Tai Wai Station to Plover Cove ,then we could dismiss and dinner in Tai Po Station. That's take less then 5 hours and we could have a great meeting with new friends.
the path is all in cycling track and approximate 25 km, we would ride pretty slow and I hope everyone is safety to complete the journey and enjoying the Full beautiful Hong Kong seaside view cycling track.
Please wear loose and comfortable clothes and bottles of water.
I might cancel the event if it gets too rainy... Keep an eye on the event page for any update. then we could go out for drinks instead the weather is not steady.
Further enquiry you could find me at 97703940 Tony or leave message here.
in case safety you could optional to have a helmet
What-more. If you like to continue cycling after the event, under Hong Kong law, the bicycle suppose to have the front WHITE light and rear Red light when darkness to ensure other road user safety.
Probably would like to do this again...are you talking this Sunday May 5th ?
want to join +1 !!
We (two from Shenzhen) also would like to join your activity! But what about the weather? I checked on http://www.hko.gov.hk/ it should rain.
And am I right that we can rent bikes right near the meeting point?