13 days, 600km, 6449m of climbing, 10 towns and many many Dali bars later we made it back to Beijing. What an amazing experience we had in Tibet. Great weather and a fabulous group of riders made it truly ‘an adventure of a lifetime’. Below we share some images and comments from the trip. If…Read More
Info on Sunday Cycling Escape is here. Apologise for the link mix up. http://www.serk.cc/beijing-cycling-mountain-augus/Read More
This spring, summer and autumn SERK have a series of cycling escapes planned in Beijing’s mountains. Cycling in the mountains is one of the best outdoor experiences in Beijing. Think clean air, no traffic, great roads, and the wind in your hair. Bring your own bike or hire one from us. Our mountain escapes contain 3 carefully selected routes – even absolute beginners can join in the fun on the short routes. If you are experienced we have some challenging climbs for you. The rides start and finish at our base with modern facilities and a post ride lunch, lounge and drink. Guaranteed great and healthy experience !Read More
Serk are the co-founders of the Beijing Vintage Ride (together with 700bike.com). The vintage ride was founded in 2013 and was the first vintage ride in a major mainland city.
The Beijing Vintage Bike Ride was inspired by the London Tweed run which was founded in 2009. The concept is simple; riders dress up in traditional British cycling attire and ride through the city. A celebration of the simple life, the elegance of traveling by bicycle and vintage fashion.Read More
MARCH 2012. Serk organised Beijing’s first Bike Week. The event took place in a brand mall in Jinbao Street from March 15th – 18th. There was an exhibition of some high end bikes – including a replica version of Cadel Evans’ Tour de France winning BMC bike. They was also bike films, fixed gear events and an rare bicycle show.Read More
SERK co-organized the MeWe Bicycle Festival in Beijing in 2013. Vintage bikes, urban cycling, JISU PK and Cycling movies.Read More
Serk introduced JISU PK to China in 2011.
JISU PK is indoor fun on a bike.
2 competitors. 2 stationary bikes and 30 seconds of furious pedalling. Race progress is projected on a big screen and first one to the post is the winner ! Race your friends, race a stranger, and you even race your grandma (but we advise giving her a headstart !)
Panda Corner was instigated during the 2013 Tour of Beijing. The fan event was designed to encourage local fan engagement with the race, generate media attention in both local and international press and of course have lots of fun !Read More