The bicycle tour experts in Taiwan
As the only English-speaking cycle-tour operator in Taiwan, they offer cyclists an all-encompassing experience.
A UK-based company with a strong Taiwanese identity, they combine knowledge of the standards expected of a supported bike tour over many years of experience in Taiwan.
We’re able to offer cyclists an enhanced insider experience that can’t be found when travelling alone. Our tours are run by local guides who can give you unique insights into the local region whilst supporting you with bicycle expertise.
Taiwan Full Island Tour
15 days (Bike: 11 days)
1055 km (~96km per day)
Tour Operator Pedal Taiwan
A unique opportunity to ride stunning and challenging routes, in one of the most beautiful and undiscovered corners of the world.
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.
Starting in the capital, Taipei, you'll head east through the lush hills surrounding Taiwan's capital, finding natural hot springs, waterfalls and hidden mountain communities along the way. You then hit the coast, where the East China Sea meets the Pacific, and from here hug the rugged coastline until we begin one of Southeast Asia's most beautiful and challenging climbs, high into Taiwan's central mountains.
What goes up must come down, so after reaching the peak you'll enjoy the once in a lifetime opportunity to glide more than 3000 vertical metres down through the iconic marble cliffs of Taichung County before reaching the idyllic Sun Moon Lake.
After a short transfer, we'll reach Taiwan's southernmost tip, Kenting. A surfing hotspot, grab a board or simply chill on the beach with an ice cold beer.
Back on the bike, you will head north through pristine Kenting National Park, before beginning a 3 day journey along stunning tropical coastline, as well as miles of ancient paddy fields and farming villages in Taiwan's Rift Valley.