A once in a lifetime experience – a chance to surround yourself in the ancient cultures of Tibet and ride through its stunning landscapes on your road bike.
Tibet is one of the world’s greatest travel experiences. Due the historical lack of access for foreigners and it’s stunning Himalayan views, high plateau, monasteries and extraordinary people the region has evoked images of a lost Shangri La. Explore it by bike.
This October Serk presents the Laowai Road Cycling World Championships. Run on the weekend after the real UCI World Championships this is your chance to finally earn that coveted striped jersey.Read More
Visiting Beijing. Just an hour outside the city are mountains full of amazing roads to explore by bike. Forget the normal tourist trips to the Great Wall. Join us on a half day trip to ride through the wall and hike on an unrestored quiet section post ride.Read More
We are seeking 10 riders for a 2 wheeled adventure in one of the 3 Historical regions of Tibet – Kham.
The Kham region spans the Tibetan Autonomous Region and Sichuan Province. Join us for 8 days of cycling in the Kham areas of Sichuan. You’ll roll over high mountains, through lush grasslands and along picturesque gorges with raging rivers.
The route is designed as a point to point route so you’ll ride Hotel to Hotel. Its a challenging 700km route with 11,000m of climbing all at altitude so be ready for a challenging adventure !Read More
It’s a long weekend this weekend – yay ! That means there is more time for riding but it also means big traffic jams in the mountains – boo. As a result this weekend we will offer 2 rides ; 1. A night ride into the mountains and overnight stay on Saturday / Sunday (Night…Read More
It’s been a great start to the season and our new Serk Ride program is proving to be a big hit. So far we’ve run 12 unique rides and had over 120 different riders participate. Collectively we’ve covered 16,000km together. Around 1/3rd of the riders are beginner level and enjoying their first discovery of Beijing’s amazing cycling terrain. Even for the…Read More
Spring has well and truly arrived and the Qing Ming long weekend (April 2,3,4th) is the perfect opportunity to get out of the city. We’ve got a long weekend of awesome cycling and merrymaking lined up. Clip in quickly as places are strictly limited. For those that can’t make the whole weekend we will also…Read More