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7 days in the shadow of

MinyaKonka

Sichuan

Serk Cycling Beijing

Here’s a tip if you are heading into the unknown: make sure the people on whose mercy you’ll depend are a generous and accepting bunch.   It’s what saved us for seven days in the shadow of Minya Konka.

In May of 2015, three of us struck out from Kangding, a town on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau.  We were riding gravel bikes, unsupported and with minimal gear.

We had sleeping bags but no tent.  The idea was to scout a route for a future gravel-bike trip that will take riders to the desolate reaches of Gar’ze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, a part of western Sichuan the size of Nepal.  In the end, we charted that route.  When the trip happens, perhaps in 2018, it will be a ride like no other.

 

 

Kitted up and ready for adventure

My companions were Shannon Bufton, 39, who runs Serk, a Beijing bicycle and bike-touring company, and Julian, 45, a former British soldier who runs Khunu, a company that makes yak-wool jumpers.  I’m 57 – and the weakest rider of the three.

The trouble with riding in Gar’ze is the dearth of information about its roads.  We discovered that on Chinese maps, some of the roads don’t exist  – and some shouldn’t.  We had only a small road atlas and a series of more reliable satellite images that Shannon had downloaded onto his iPad.

Day one was a disaster.  Given a bum steer by a trekking guide, we headed up our first route to the valley below Minya Konka, at 7,556m the highest peak in Sichuan.  After seven hours of some riding, some walking up creek beds and a couple of crashes, we turned back to Kangding.  The rain came down in buckets.

 

 

Day one was a disaster after a bum steer from a local trekking guide.

Day two, we hitched a ride over the Kangding pass to escape the main highway, which was full of trucks belching smoke into the thin air as they chug towards Tibet. Finally we found our glorious gravel, on a road that wound its way towards the heavens through emerald valleys of new barley, under a cobalt sky.  As dusk approached, we were at 3,400m and it was getting cold.   We came upon a farmhouse and after a short chat we had, for a small price, beds for the night and a hot meal cooked on a wood stove.  It was our first night of many among the incredibly hospitable Tibetans of Gar’ze.

A quick word about “Tibetans”.  In ancient times Gar’ze was part of Kham, a part of old Tibet, which reached it zenith around 800 AD.   The people collectively referred to as Tibetans are actually a number of related ethnic minorities.  Gar’ze is home to the Khampa, a tough-as-yaks mountain people. Tibetan disdain for their Han Chinese overlords is well-known, and when you behold the big Khampa men you understand why one meets so few Chinese in Gar’ze.  They’re scared.  This is no-Han’s Land.

But for three white guys on bicycles, the Khampa are cool.  On Day 3 we rode over the big pass towards Minya Konka, one of my greatest days on a bike.  The road was smooth dirt and rose in a ribbon across a vast valley.  Once past 3,500 metres altitude we hit the caterpillar camps.  In May of every year, there is a mass migration of Tibetans to higher altitudes in search of “cong cao” a caterpillar fungus used in traditional medicines.

 

In the shadow of Minya Konka we finally found the perfect gravel roads.

We wound our way up the road, silent but for the wind and the occasional screech of an eagle.  Fungus-pickers, on hands and knees, crawled through the alpine scrub beside us.  Now and again a head would pop up. We would call out “tashi-deleh”, the Tibetan greeting, and they would reply in kind.   Smiling broadly, they were not surprised to see three cyclists.  Just amused.

We crossed the pass at 4,550m, Minya Konka shining in all its snowy glory, vapour streaming off its peak.  Then we plunged into the valley below, a 60-km run meandering run through pasture and over swift rivers.  We finished the day at a small village where we stayed in a guest house where the elderly proprietors insisted we sit with them and drink endless cups of yak-milk tea, de rigueur when among Tibetans.

We crossed the pass at 4,550m, Minya Konka shining in all its snowy glory, vapour streaming off its peak.

Day Four started out on pavement but changed to gravel as we left the main road and headed northwest towards the town of Litang, our objective.  Road quality deteriorated and riding became hours of pounding.  We were now into more jagged terrain; the broad vistas of the Minya Konka area were gone; in their place narrow, 1000-metre deep canyons cut by raging rivers, the roads hanging improbably on the mountainside.  As dusk gathered we reached a village called Liu Chang.  Now in remotest Sichuan, guesthouses were non-existent.  We asked where we might stay and a woman volunteered her home.  Her eight-year-old son, Jampa, led us there.

They lived in a classic Tibetan farm house of stone and wood. Our little guide disappeared for a minute and quickly reappeared with a BMX bike that he proudly showed us. He asked us endless questions in Chinese, our lingua-franca as we knew little Tibetan and they no English at all.  I was exhausted and passed out after a dinner of pancakes and tea.  I was told later that Jampa compared my snoring to that of a yak.

Jampa had a 1000 questions about our bike kit and proudly showed his steed of choice.

Day Five was when things went wrong.   After 20 kms of bouncing along the mountainside, we plunged 1,000 metres into the valley.  From the south side of the river we could see a steep ascent on the north side. We concluded it would lead over the next pass and then be a clear shot to Litang.  Wrong.

There was an excellent bridge in the valley.  We crossed and started the ascent.  Although it was May and near zero in the mornings, on this face in the afternoon sun it was getting into the 30s.  When we reached the top more than an hour later, there was scribbled on a rock in Chinese “26 bends”.  Hmm, I thought, five more than Alpe d’Huez.  Our jerseys were encrusted with salt.  Not surprising: my Garmin said the temperature had touched 39.

The road along the ridge was even worse, with long sections of scree. We covered 15 kms in the next hour-and-a-half.  We were now low on water.  At a fork in the road we decided that Litang must be to the right; the map seemed to say that.  I took my last sip of water.  No problem – there must be a store down there.  Only a few Snickers remained as food.

When we reached the top more than an hour later, there was scribbled on a rock in Chinese “26 bends”.  Hmm, I thought, five more than Alpe d’Huez.

Thus began our descent into what we dubbed the Valley of Death.  The road was steep, the surface was loose.  But we could see a village at the bottom and the map indicated that the road carried on from there.  We suffered a puncture.  As I approached the bottom, it became obvious this was a dead-end valley -- the map was wrong!  Going back up at this time of day and with no water would be suicide; sleeping in the open and dehydrated might be the end of us.  The temperature would soon plummet.

After 500 vertical metres of descent, there were a few houses and a fork in the road, with a hairpin left turn and then another descent of  200 metres into the village at the edge of the muddy, churning river.  Reaching the village I realized it was deserted and there was nowhere to get water.  Lacking the strength to ride, I pushed my bike up the switchbacks to the fork.  It took an hour.  Soon it would be dark.

Julian and Shannon took 45 minutes to repair the puncture, confused and disoriented from dehydration.  Reaching the fork, they took the other option and started to go house to house.  It was here we met our saviour, Lobsang.  He was home alone as his family were away picking caterpillars.  He cooked us noodles and eggs and we drank thermos after thermos of warm water and, bless you Lobsang, he produced three bottles of beer.   We slept under the stars that night on the terrace atop the house.

Into the Valley of Death

The next morning Lobsang refused to take money, so I hid some bills under his tea bowl.   Our bottles and our bellies full, we walked for two hours back up the hill out of the Valley of Death.  We ditched the Litang plan, backtracking down the ridge and the Alpe d’Huez switchbacks to the river.  At the bridge, my rear tyre gave out with a bang.  Six days on these roads and a new tyre was toast.  I used our one spare.  We found a trucker who was willing to take us up the other side of the river valley and drive us over the next pass.  He mentioned that that a truck is finished after two years on those horrific roads.

He dropped us and we rode another 40 km.  As night fell we met our next saviour, a round-faced, smiling guy named Da Shan.  Unusual for these parts, he was Han Chinese, but married to a Tibetan woman.  His wife was away and Dashan was home with his daughter, a sweet girl of about six.  He cooked us a green-onion omelette that, by Shannon’s count, contained 20 eggs.  The next morning we said farewell we departed for Kangding; Dashan left for a caterpillar camp.

 

In the shadow of Minya Konka we finally found the perfect gravel roads.

 

So began Day Seven, a 170-km grind with 2,300 metres of climbing.  Most was on decent tarmac, but the temperature on the pass above Kangding (4,400 m) was minus two –  with hail, freezing rain and then snow.  On the descent, shivering uncontrollably, we played chicken with the oncoming trucks, which would overtake despite our flashing lights.  We dropped 1,500 metres over 35 kms and arrived back at Kangding. My Garmin told me I had burned 6,000 calories.

We left the next morning from Kangding airport, at 4,300m the third highest in world. Visibility was unlimited and Minya Konka loomed to our left.   From this vantage point you could see the route of our entire trip.  We looked down at the roads snaking through the mountains.  I thought to myself, in those little villages dotting the mountainsides live people who will take bizarre strangers on bicycles into their homes without a second thought.   Bless them.

Gar’ze, we can’t wait to go back.

 

 

I thought to myself, in those little villages dotting the mountainsides live people who will take bizarre strangers on bicycles into their homes without a second thought.
Bless them.

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Ride 36 Oct 14 http://www.serk.cc/oct14/ Thu, 21 Sep 2017 09:43:45 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6645

Ride 36

Loop-the-loop

in Liulimiao

Serk Cycling Beijing

Distance

A : 110km
B : 081km
C : 052km

climbing

A : 2600m
B+ : 2600m
B : 1550m
C : 0840m

difficulty

A : 5/5
B : 4/5
C : 2/5

Time

Saturday Oct 14th
Serk Coffee : 06:30
Depart Serk : 07:00
Arrive Start : 08:15
Return Earliest : 14:30
Return Latest : 16:30

location

Huairou

This week we will ride the scenic and quiet roads around Liulimiao which you may remember from earlier rides during the year. The autumn leaves will be out so it will be pretty spectacular !

Everyone will start in Liulimiao. C will do the 50km Worlds course, B add on an additional 30km with an out an back along the gorgeous 310 Miyun Baihe Valley road. A's will add in an extra concrete climb along this road.

Route Details

Ride Registration - Will Open on Oct 8th

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Ride 35 Oct 7 http://www.serk.cc/oct7/ Thu, 21 Sep 2017 09:37:54 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6654

Special Event

Obentos Brunch

and wenyu river loop

Serk Cycling Beijing

Distance

A : 80km
B : 80km
C : 40km
D : 40km

climbing

A : 0000m
B : 0000m
C : 0000m
D: 0000m

difficulty

A : 3/5
B : 3/5
C : 2/5
D : 2/5

Time

Saturday Oct 7
Sign in: 07:30
Depart Serk : 08:00 (80km) 8:00 (40km)
Arrive Brunch : 11:30

location

Beijing City

During the Golden Week if you are still in Beijing enjoy an urban ride and brunch.  Our host will be our favourite healthy eatery - Obentos. Obentos serves healthy Japanese food and is the brainchild of Andrew Stevenson - regular Serk riders and seriously good triathlete.

Andy has put together a unique shared menu for the Serk crew with a 20% discount. It's different to the standard menu so its something new to experience even for Obentos regulars. He has also included happy hour prices on Guanxi Pale Ale bottles (25rmb) for the whole day.

 

In terms of the ride there are 2 options (actually these events are all about the food and the riding just gives you an excuse to eat more)

 

A. Meet at Serk and ride out to the wenyu river for a loop.  Approx 80km

B. Meet at Serk and ride out to wenyu and back  Approx 40km.

This is a great event to bring a friend along to that might not be a hard core cyclist. The ride is flat and easy !

Event/ Food Costs :

Ride plus Brunch : 220 RMB if you are a Serk ride pass holder (it does not count towards your ride pass) or 250 RMB if you don't have a Serk Ride Pass. Inclusive of brunch.

Please note limited to 20 spots only. To reserve your place please pre-pay with WeChat or Alipay or drop into the shop and pay in cash.

 

Obentos Sharing Menu

Snacks 小吃

- Edamame with Sea Salt 毛豆配海燕

- Baked Lotus Chips & Wasabi Avocado Dip 烤藕片配芥末油梨酱

- Sesame Cucumbers 芝麻黄瓜

Small Plates 下盘

- Fresh Mixed Tomato Salad & Tofu 鲜什锦西红柿配豆腐酱

- Grilled Radish, Asparagus & Egg烤萝卜和芦笋配鸡蛋

- Seared Mackerel, Honey Soy Glaze & Pineapple Salsa青花鱼配蜂蜜酱油汁和辣菠萝沙拉

- Seared Tuna, Shredded Salad, Roe & Yuzu鲜金枪鱼生菜沙拉鱼子配柚子汁

Main Plates 主盘

- Organic Tofu, Potato Crisp & Gochujang烤有机豆腐土豆片配韩式辣椒酱

- Miso Salmon & Yuzu Cabbage Salad 味噌三文鱼配柚子圆白菜沙拉

- Chicken Meatballs & Smoky Tomato Miso Broth烤鸡肉丸子配番茄味噌汤

- Beef Tenderloin, Spinach, Mushroom & Yuzu Miso 烤牛柳菠菜蘑菇配柚子味噌汁

Dessert 甜点

- Yoghurt Panna Cotta, Red Bean & Black Sesame Ice Cream酸奶布丁和黑芝麻冰淇淋

- Black Rice, Quinoa, & Miso Banana黑米藜麦布丁和味噌香蕉

Drinks 饮品

- Arrow Factory Guanxi Pale Ale or Any Fruit Juice / Smoothie (Small)

剪厂关系啤酒或任选果汁果昔(小杯)

 

Ride Registration

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Ride 34 Sept 23 http://www.serk.cc/sept23/ Tue, 19 Sep 2017 07:12:08 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6636

Ride 34

PINGGU > MIYUN

Serk Cycling Beijing

Distance

A : 124km
B : 097km
C : 055km

climbing

A : 1616m
B : 1257m
C : 610m

difficulty

A : 5/5
B : 4/5
C : 4/5

Time

Saturday Sept 9
Sign in/Coffee : 06:00
Depart Serk : 06:30
Arrive Start : 07:30
Return Earliest : 13:00
Return Latest : 16:30

Location

Miyun / Pinggu

Another first for this year - Pinggu to Miyun. A point to point route (sorry no self drive option this week) taking in the best of Pinggu and some of the sights of Miyun.

For the B riders the route is a little more challenging than usual at just under 100km and 1257m of climbing. If you are not feeling up to the extra challenge just do the easier C ride.

A riders - 124km awaits with 1616m of climbing. A decent Saturday morning !

 

Route Details

Ride Registration (Closed)

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Ride 33 Sept 9 http://www.serk.cc/sept09/ Wed, 06 Sep 2017 07:07:33 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6575

Ride 33

Border Adventure

Serk Cycling Beijing

Distance

A : 114km
B : 094km
C : 046km

climbing

A : 1500m
B : 1250m
C : 600m

difficulty

A : 5/5
B : 5/5
C : 4/5

Time

Saturday Sept 9
Sign in/Coffee : 06:00
Depart Serk : 06:30
Arrive Start : 08:30
Return Earliest : 15:30
Return Latest : 17:30

Location

Miyun / Hebei Border

Our series of glorious September rides continues this Saturday with a cracker of a ride on the Miyun / Hebei border. We visited this area over the May holiday and it was worth the long drive.

For A and B its a loop around a spectacular canyon in Hebei close to Wulingshan. There are some small sections of road that are a bit rough followed by long stretches of good quality concrete roads. Bring extra tubes as the Hebei roads aren't as good as the ones we are spoilt with in Beijing. The roads are totally rideable and worth it for the views !

Expect a longer drive to get out there and a later return to Beijing.

Route Details

Ride Registration

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Ride 32 Sept 2nd http://www.serk.cc/sept02/ Tue, 29 Aug 2017 13:17:05 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6554

Ride 32

Beijing Stelvio

Serk Cycling Beijing

Distance

A : 92km
B  : 067km
C  : 043km

climbing

A : 2254m
B : 1649m
C : 0994m

difficulty

A : 5/5
B : 4/5
C : 3/5

Time

Saturday Sept 2
Sign in/Coffee : 06:00
Depart Serk : 06:30
Arrive Start : 08:30
Return Earliest : 15:30
Return Latest : 17:30

location

Fangshan

It's September and the best riding season in Beijing is underway. To celebrate we will offer some of the best routes Beijing has to offer over the coming weeks.

This week we are going to ride the famous Beijing Stelvio climb. Its quite a distance away (up to 2 hours each way) to the west of the city but as always it is definitely worth the trip. The loops we have planned are gorgeous and should be on every riders Beijing bucket list.

This ride is a must - so don't miss it.

Everyone will start in Shidu and we all ride up Hong Jing Lu (The Beijing Stelvio). C will ride to the top and then come down again. B continue on and do a loop with another big climb. A add on an additional climb as well.

Route Details

Ride Registration Full. Contact us to get on the wait list

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Ride 31 Aug 26th http://www.serk.cc/aug26/ Fri, 18 Aug 2017 15:08:15 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6522

Ride 31

Yearning for

Yanqing

Serk Cycling Beijing

Distance

A+ : 150km
A- : 106km
B  : 071km
C  : 055km

climbing

A+ : 2177m
A- : 1247m
B : 1094m
C : 0980m

difficulty

A+ : 5/5
A- : 4/5
B : 3/5
C : 3/5

Time

Saturday August 31
Sign in/Coffee : 06:00
Depart Serk : 06:30
Arrive Start : 08:00
Return Earliest : 14:30
Return Latest : 16:30

location

Yanqing

Seeing as we skipped a ride last week we plan to make this weeks ride extra special. The ride starts near Badaling so expect a bit of traffic on the way out. It's worth it as we start on car free road with some great new views of the Wall. The A- ride returns ! This is a 100km+ ride aimed at those B riders that would like to challenge themselves with a longer distance but aren't quite up to the level of the fastest A riders. The fast A riders now have an A+ ride with more distance and climbing.

This weeks route is point to point rather than a loop. Self drive will need to find someone to drive their vehicle from the start to the end point or just ride an out and back ride from the end or start point.

 

Route Details

Ride Registration - ride full. Contact us to get on wait list

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Serk Titanium Adventure http://www.serk.cc/titaniumadventure/ Wed, 16 Aug 2017 13:34:49 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6465

Serk

Ti

Adventure

Serk Cycling Beijing

105

The entry point to the world of Adventure. The stylish looks and durability of Ti combined with the value and unshakeable high performance of 105 hydraulic discs.

Wheelset : Serk Carbon 36mm
Tubeless Compatible
Powerway 6 bolt hub
Tyres : Bontrager LT2 700x38

Crankset : Shimano 105 5800 50/34
Brakeset : Shimano RS505 Disc flat mount
Shift Levers : Shimano ST-RS505
Drivetrain : Shimano 105 5800
Disc : Shimano 160mm

Handlebars : Fizik R5
Stem : Fizik R5
Seatpost : Serk Carbon 27.2mm
Seat : Prologo Kappa Black
Bartape : San Marco

Frame : Titanium 3Al/2.5V
Clearance for 40C tyres
Tapered top tube
Internal gear cable routing
Di2 compatible
PF30 Bottom Bracket
44mm headtube
Carbon Fork - 15mm Thru axle
12mm Thru axle rear
Rack and Mudguard Mounts

ALL WHEELS 120KG RIDER LIMIT

Ultegra

The performance of Ultegra matched with a high quality wheel set with hubs from DT Swiss. A match made in heaven.

Wheelset : Serk Carbon 36mm
Tubeless compatible
DT Swiss 350 Centrelock hub
Tyres : Bontrager CX0 700x33

Crankset : Shimano Ultegra 6800 50/34
Brakeset : Shimano RS805 Disc flat mount
Shift Levers : Shimano ST-RS805
Drivetrain : Shimano Ultegra 6800
Disc : Shimano SM-RT81 160mm

Handlebars : Fizik R5
Stem : Fizik R5
Seatpost : Serk Carbon 27.2mm
Seat : Prologo Kappa Black
Bartape : San Marco

Frame : Titanium 3Al/2.5V
Clearance for 40C tyres
Tapered top tube
Internal gear cable routing
Di2 compatible
PF30 Bottom Bracket
44mm headtube
Carbon Fork - 15mm Thru axle
12mm Thru axle rear
Rack and Mudguard Mounts

MADE IN BEIJING

Dura Ace di2

The ultimate adventure machine. Di2 Dura Ace matched with the durable , light and stylish Zipp Service Course finishing kit.

Wheelset : Serk Carbon 36mm
Tubeless compatible
DT Swiss 350 Centrelock hub
Tyres : Bontrager CX0 700x33

Crankset : Dura Ace 9150 50/34
Brakeset : Shimano Dura Ace BR 9170 Disc flat mount
Shift Levers : Shimano ST-1970 Di2
Drivetrain : Shimano Dura Ace 9150 Di2
Disc : Shimano SM-RT99 160mm

Handlebars : Zipp Service Course SL
Stem : Zipp Service Course SL
Seatpost : Serk Carbon 27.2mma
Seat : Fizik Prologo Kappa Black
Bartape : San Marco

Frame : Titanium 3Al/2.5V
Clearance for 40C tyres
Tapered top tube
Internal gear cable routing
Di2 compatible
PF30 Bottom Bracket
44mm headtube
Carbon Fork - 15mm Thru axle
12mm Thru axle rear
Rack and Mudguard Mounts

5 YEAR WARRANTY

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Serk Titanium Road http://www.serk.cc/titaniumroad/ Wed, 16 Aug 2017 13:04:44 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6455

Serk

Ti

road

Serk Cycling Beijing

Poise

The entry point to the world of Titanium. The stylish looks and all day comfort of a Serk frame combined with the value and unshakeable high performance of Ultegra. 8.3kg

19,500 RMB

Wheelset : Shimano RS-11
Tyres : Continental Ultra Sport 25mm

Crankset : Shimano Ultegra 6800 50/34
Brakeset : Shimano Ultegra 6800
Shift Levers : Shimano Ultegra 6800
Drivetrain : Shimano Ultegra 6800

Handlebars : Fizik R5
Stem : Fizik R5
Seatpost : Serk Carbon 27.2mm
Seat : Prologo Kappa Black
Bartape : San Marco

Frame : Titanium 3Al/2.5V
Clearance for 28C tyres
Tapered top tube
Internal gear cable routing
Di2 compatible
PF30 Bottom Bracket
44mm headtube

ALL WHEELS 120KG RIDER LIMIT

Panache

The ultimate pairing of style and performance. The panache of Potenza mated to the speed and acceleration of carbon wheels. 7.9kg

26,000 RMB

Wheelset : Serk Carbon 38mm with Serk Hubs
Tyres : Veloflex Master 25

Crankset : Campagnolo Potenza Silver 50/34
Brakeset : Campagnolo Potenza Silver
Shift Levers : Campagnolo Potenza Silver
Drivetrain : Campagnolo Potenza Silver

Handlebars : Fizik R5
Stem : Fizik R5
Seatpost : Serk Carbon 27.2mm
Seat : Prologo Kappa Black
Bartape : San Marco

Frame : Titanium 3Al/2.5V
Clearance for 28C tyres
Tapered top tube
Internal gear cable routing
Di2 compatible
PF30 Bottom Bracket
44mm headtube

MADE IN BEIJING

Ultimate

Everything Titanium has to offer without compromising on weight. Ready to race. 6.9kg

49,000 RMB

Wheelset : Serk Carbon 36mm / Extralite Cyber
Tyres : Veloflex Master 25

Crankset : Campagnolo Super Record 52/36
Brakeset : Campagnolo Super Record
Shift Levers : Campagnolo Super Record
Drivetrain : Campagnolo Super Record

Handlebars : Fizik Cryano 00 Carbon
Stem : Fizik R1
Seatpost : Serk Carbon 27.2mma
Seat : Fizik Arione 00 Carbon rails
Bartape : San Marco

Frame : Titanium 3Al/2.5V
Clearance for 28C tyres
Tapered top tube
Internal gear cable routing
Di2 compatible
PF30 Bottom Bracket
44mm headtube

5 YEAR WARRANTY

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REGO WHS http://www.serk.cc/regowhs/ Wed, 16 Aug 2017 09:29:53 +0000 http://www.serk.cc/?p=6409

Accommodation / Food / Transport Sign Up Database

Submitted
Name First
Name Last
Email
Accommodation
BBQ
Breakfast
Airport / Train Station Pickup
Local Transport on event day
Note
Payment
Owed
Paid
2017-09-10 21:38:16 +08:00
Matthias
Hodel
Matthias@squaredone.com
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
local 100|100
Other
2017-09-09 18:37:59 +08:00
Nolan
Shaw
Nolanshaw@gmail.com
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
local 100|100
WeChat
300
2017-09-08 17:35:52 +08:00
Aaron
Dolman
aarondolman@fastmail.com
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
local 100|100
WeChat
650
2017-09-04 21:31:49 +08:00
Thomas
Boutard
Thomas.boutard@atos.net
DM Mid|760
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
Pickup 500|500
local 100|100
WeChat
1560
2017-09-01 11:09:23 +08:00
Daniel
Eckmann
ecke@bluewin.ch
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
WeChat
2017-09-01 09:43:53 +08:00
Bei
Zheng
Fofilo@web.de
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
local 100|100
10023
WeChat
300
2017-09-01 09:41:37 +08:00
Robert
Peters
Fofilo@web.de
DM Mid|760
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
local 100|100
10022
Other
1060
2017-08-28 20:19:56 +08:00
Andre
Jobmann
jobmann@mac.com
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
WeChat
NP
2017-08-28 17:09:47 +08:00
Joseph Brett
Weinman
jweinma1@gmail.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
Other
NP
2017-08-28 10:34:41 +08:00
Junxiu
Guo (Emily)
henaizi00@yahoo.co.jp
Other|0
WeChat
2017-08-27 22:48:50 +08:00
Dave 杰龙
Sloan
metconfit10@gmail.com
Other|0
WeChat
2017-08-27 20:14:13 +08:00
Leonardus
Coolen
leonardus.coolen@outlook.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
10021
WeChat
150
2017-08-27 19:51:08 +08:00
Adrian
Bonner
Abonner1@bellsouth.net
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
Pickup 500|500
local 100|100
10020
WeChat
800
2017-08-27 18:58:27 +08:00
Annelies
Van de Walle
annelies@humanpool.com.cn
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
Paid via WC on 8.20 19.01
WeChat
2017-08-27 17:11:09 +08:00
Henny
van
h.van-nistelrooy@network.rca.ac.uk
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
Pickup 500|500
local 100|100
10019
WeChat
800
2017-08-26 15:35:17 +08:00
Thomas
Woolsey
thomaswoolsey@swireproperties.com
DM Mid|760
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
local 100|100
10002
WeChat
1060
2017-08-25 19:27:46 +08:00
Moindjie
Alban
albatman@hotmail.fr
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10003
WeChat
600
2017-08-25 16:37:31 +08:00
Pascal
griveaux
pascal.griveaux@hotmail.fr
DM Lux Sm|1600
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10004
Other
1800
2017-08-22 21:21:18 +08:00
Madlien
Schenker
Madlien.Schenker@eac-consulting.de
DM Mid|760
BBQ 150|150
local 100|100
10005
WeChat
1010
2017-08-22 20:02:01 +08:00
Andrew
Mackay
Mackay.andrew@gmail.com
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
local 100|100
10006
WeChat
300
2017-08-22 18:20:41 +08:00
Giel
Nabben
g_nabben@hotmail.com
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10007
WeChat
200
2017-08-22 11:12:40 +08:00
Zhang
YiYang
zhangyy-17@hotmail.com
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10008
WeChat
600
2017-08-21 23:56:01 +08:00
Kenji
Oda
odaken104@yahoo.co.jp
DM Mid|760
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
20020
WeChat
1460 include race fee
2017-08-21 09:03:40 +08:00
Evalistus
Foloma
fevally@yahoo.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10009
WeChat
200
2017-08-20 11:58:44 +08:00
Nicolas
Galmiche
nicolas.galmiche@hotmail.com
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10010
WeChat
600
2017-08-19 21:50:47 +08:00
Alison
Schleede
ajschleede@gmail.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10011
WeChat
400 2 BBQ&BF
2017-08-19 20:01:56 +08:00
CHANG JO
CHOI
keykunnom58@naver.com
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10012
WeChat
600
2017-08-19 18:53:51 +08:00
Martijn
ten Bhömer
m.t.bhomer@gmail.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10013
WeChat
400 paid for his friend
2017-08-19 17:28:10 +08:00
Alison
Schleede
ajschleede@gmail.com
DM Bgt|400
10011
WeChat
400
2017-08-19 17:28:03 +08:00
Boris
Tefsen
boris.tefsen@xjtlu.edu.cn
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10014
WeChat
200
2017-08-19 17:25:03 +08:00
Jolien
Snellen
joliensnellen@hotmail.com
DM Bgt|400
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10022
WeChat
600
2017-08-19 17:10:46 +08:00
Alison
Schleede
ajschleede@gmail.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10011
Other
paid
2017-08-19 17:08:36 +08:00
Terry
Schleede
tlschleede@gmail.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10011
Other
paid
2017-08-18 12:35:23 +08:00
Katie
Arnold
arnoldk8@outlook.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
10015
WeChat
200
2017-08-18 08:07:04 +08:00
Taylor
Price
Runtayrun@yahoo.com
Other|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
local 100|100
10016
WeChat
300
2017-08-17 07:50:52 +08:00
Scott
Patterson
s_patter@hotmail.com
WHS|0
BBQ 150|150
Bfast 50|50
Pickup 500|500
10017
WeChat
700
2017-08-16 20:13:39 +08:00
Christina
Tse
christina.tse1@gmail.com
WHS|0
BBQ |150
local|100
10018
WeChat
250
2017-08-16 16:37:34 +08:00
Olivier
Corap
olivier.corap@hotmail.fr
WHS|0
BBQ |150
Bfast |50
Pickup |500
local|100
WeChat
300
2017-08-16 12:02:27 +08:00
Shannon
Bufton
shannon@serk.cc
WHS|0
BBQ |150
Bfast |50
local|100
100010
0

Event Sign Up Database

Submitted
Name First
Name Last
Email
Phone Number
WeChat ID
race
Race Fee
Rebate
Payment
Note
Owed
Paid
2017-09-10 16:20:37 +08:00
Hodel
Matthias
Matthias@squaredone.com
13127834890
bigguy1979
Mens
650|650
Other
2017-09-01 10:39:25 +08:00
Daniel
Eckmann
ecke@bluewin.ch
13817124338
ecke76
Mens
650|650
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-31 08:48:03 +08:00
David
Volk
Volkdavid@yahoo.com
15150119810
15150119810
Mens
650|650
2015|-100
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-28 20:48:03 +08:00
蓓 Bei
郑 Zheng
Fofilo@web.de
13795211722
Zhengbei828
Womens
650|650
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-28 20:07:53 +08:00
Andre
Jobmann
Jobmann@mac.com
18501653237
Aj0656565
Mens
650|650
WeChat
WSB
2017-08-28 18:56:08 +08:00
Peters
Robert
Robert.peters@bomag.com
13795211722
fofilo
Mens
650|650
Other
WCS
2017-08-28 16:46:32 +08:00
Joseph Brett
Weinman
jweinma1@gmail.com
18625148972
jbrettkong
Mens
650|650
Other
ALI
2017-08-28 15:25:23 +08:00
Giel
Nabben
shannon@serk.cc
fdsafdsa
gielnabben
Mens
650|650
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-26 15:24:04 +08:00
Thomas
Woolsey
thomaswoolsey@swireproperties.com
15618500367
wooly5763
Mens
650|650
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-25 18:23:19 +08:00
Moindjie
Alban
Albatman@hotmail.fr
18262032394
al_ban
Mens
500|500
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-25 16:33:06 +08:00
Pascal
Griveaux
pascal.griveaux@hotmail.fr
51269370622
pascal griveaux
Mens
650|650
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-23 21:04:32 +08:00
Henny
van Nistelrooy
h.van-nistelrooy@network.rca.ac.uk
13810543363
HennyVanNistelrooy
Mens
650|650
2016|-100
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-22 19:50:32 +08:00
Andrew
Mackay
Mackay.andrew@gmail.com
18221893891
worshipastone
Mens
500|500
WeChat
CANCELLED
WCS
2017-08-22 15:08:18 +08:00
Nolan
Shaw
Nolanshaw@gmail.com
18101038147
Nolan94102
Mens
500|500
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-22 09:29:33 +08:00
Leonardus
Coolen
leonardus.coolen@outlook.com
13910433227
Leon Coolen
Mens
500|500
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-21 20:38:59 +08:00
Kenji
Oda
odaken104@yahoo.co.jp
18551288803
derosa888
Mens
500|500
WeChat
Wildhomestay
2017-08-20 19:04:24 +08:00
Evalistus
Foloma
fevally@yahoo.com
17751761015
18351261345
Mens
500|500
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-20 18:57:53 +08:00
Annelies
Van de Walle
annelies@humanpool.com.cn
18351261345
18351261345
Womens
500|500
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 19:58:46 +08:00
CHANG JO
CHOI
keykunnom58@naver.com
18550295853
18550295853
Mens
500|500
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 19:55:02 +08:00
Thomas
Boutard
Thomas.boutard@atos.net
13241860436
thomas boutard
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 16:51:34 +08:00
Alison
Schleede
ajschleede@gmail.com
18501582557
alisonschleede
Womens
400|400
Other
WSB
2017-08-19 16:49:14 +08:00
Terry
Schleede
tlschleede@gmail.com
18501582557
terryschleede
Mens
400|400
Other
WSB
2017-08-19 15:48:44 +08:00
Zhang
Yiyang
zhangyy-17@hotmail.com
13862015688
zhangyy_ziv
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 14:02:13 +08:00
Berwick
Settle
dragonbull@gmail.com
13683687212
Dragonbull
Mens
400|400
2016|-100
WeChat
WSC
2017-08-19 13:57:23 +08:00
Silke
Neugebohrn
Silke.Neugebohrn@yahoo.com
15801574060
Not set
Womens
400|400
2016|-100
WeChat
WSB
2017-08-19 12:06:57 +08:00
Junxiu
Guo (Emily)
henaizi00@yahoo.co.jp
13776128776
Emily.GUO?
Womens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 09:31:41 +08:00
Adrian
Bonner
Abonner1@bellsouth.net
13911953746
Mychat4now
Mens
500|500
2016|-100
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 09:19:39 +08:00
Nigel
Wong
nigelwong@live.com
13716641163
13716641163
Mens
400|400
2016|-100
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 08:55:00 +08:00
Dave (杰龙)
Sloan
Metconfit10@gmail.com
13913142307
Fit-nSaxy
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-19 07:12:49 +08:00
Bill
Vetter
Bill@vetter-nc.com
18510869867
Light_pedals
Mens
400|400
2016|-100
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-18 17:45:57 +08:00
Nicolas
Galmiche
Nicolas.galmiche@hotmail.com
13812629842
Michemouche
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-18 14:50:50 +08:00
Martin
Lorenz
mlorenz167@gmail.com
18610143938
mlorenz167
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-18 14:38:11 +08:00
Madlien
Schenker
Madlien.Schenker@eac-consulting.de
15800506761
Madlien88
Womens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-18 12:25:34 +08:00
Markus
Reiss
Reiss_m13@yahoo.de
‭‭+86 185-1028-4413‬‬
Markus_Reiss
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-18 11:00:24 +08:00
David
Clark
dccbysea@outlook.com
13917143302
Please communicate by email
Mens
400|400
Other
PP
CANCELLED
2017-08-18 08:03:12 +08:00
Taylor
Price
Runtayrun@yahoo.com
13816122384
TPshanghai
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-17 22:00:04 +08:00
Philippe Hoo-Tong
MUI
pmui0007@gmail.com
18688381242
18688381242
Mens
400|400
WeChat
wcs
2017-08-16 18:59:37 +08:00
Martijn
ten Bhömer
m.t.bhomer@gmail.com
13451562232
mtbhomer
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 17:43:22 +08:00
Aaron
Dolman
aarondolman@fastmail.com
15687223523
aarondolman
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 16:44:27 +08:00
Olivier
Corap
Olivier.corap@hotmail.fr
13913793355
Olivierc
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 15:53:43 +08:00
Jolien
Snellen
joliensnellen@hotmail.com
18896543976
js810523
Womens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 15:49:40 +08:00
Boris
Tefsen
boris.tefsen@xjtlu.edu.cn
18610061953
boris_wechat_china
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 15:29:43 +08:00
Christina
Tse
christina.tse1@gmail.com
+8618616876141
tsechristina
Womens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 15:24:35 +08:00
Katie
Arnold
arnoldk8@outlook.com
15000480169
Katie_14
Womens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 15:03:54 +08:00
Scott
Patterson
S_patter@hotmail.com
13910180584
Scottyp_
Mens
400|400
WeChat
WCS
2017-08-16 13:46:04 +08:00
Robert
Phillips
Rjphilli@gmail.com
18611596597
Outerorbert
Mens
400|400
2016|-100
WeChat
WCS

Emergency / Handicap Database

Name First
Name Last
Body Weight (kg)
Height (cm)
Date of Birth
Number of Years Living in China (Bad air handicap)
How shit is your bike ?
Jersey Size
Nationality Country
Passport Number (Line 2)
Person to contact in case of emergency (Line 3)
Regional Club
Emergency Contact Person Phone Number
Rodolpho
Campos
68
180
1984-03-12
2
1
S
BR
YB769157
Alana
Shanghai Specialized
158-2182-5278
Matthias
Hodel
86kg
183
1979-03-21
Used to live in Shanghai from 2006 to 2012
1
L
CH
X1391437
Patrick Hodel
+41 78 755 11 25
David
Volk
60
173
1978-06-23
11
2
S
SI
PB0600801
方倩 Tara Fang
Suzhou Riders
008615190065470
Daniel
Eckmann
78
193
1976-04-30
4
4
L
DE
C4KR98HY3
Doris
+852 5664 0354
Bill
Vetter
85
178
1957-08-12
2
2
Latge
US
USA Passport 5191163
Robin Berger
‭+1 (919) 323-0348‬
Berwick
Settle
98
184
1967-01-04
7
3
XL
NZ
LH871114
Silke Neugebohrn
Serk Beijing
+86 158-0157-4060
Annelies
Van de Walle
63
170
1988-01-25
8
4
L
BE
EN381899
Foloma Evally
Suzhou Riders
17751761015
Bei
Zheng
66
172
1979-08-28
38
2
L
CN
EA0720261
Zhengwei
186-1630-7665
Peters
Robert
75
184
1978-12-17
13
1
M
DE
C4JHN0HPV
Wei Wei
Suzhou Riders
15021755033
Robert
Phillips
93
190
1980-03-24
5.5
2
L
CA
Canada PP# GA324415
Erica Chen
Beijing
+86 18510258553
Joseph Brett
Weinman
70
172
1987-01-13
Since 2011
3
Small
US
美国 护照 482778505
吴韫妍 Iona
Suzhou Riders
18351115846
Andre
Jobmann
76
185
1969-10-29
6
1
S
DE
C4JHYP3MV
Jördis Jobmann
Specialized Roval Racing
004915170102201
thomas
boutard
96
1.87
1984-12-08
2
1
xxl
FR
15FV15314
Drummond Audrey
+8613241860475
Junxiu
Guo (Emily)
50kg
163
2017-06-26
20
4
S
CN
321002198606267346
郭华
13952726823
Pascal
Griveaux
74
168
1972-11-23
10
1
L
FR
13FV24811
13646224069
Suzhou Riders
+330609847701
Nigel
Wong
66
172
1986-12-03
4
1
S
AU
PE0394383
Peter Wong
+61 414 526 107
Scott
Patterson
63
167
1965-09-25
4
1
Small
US
452073576
Vivien Wu
Serk Beijing
+8618689521356
Adrian
Bonner
90
185
1971-09-26
5
3
Xl
JM
545928313
Dawn Wang
18611026920
Markus
Reiss
65
174
1976-02-13
1
You know, Shannon...
M
DE
CGNC21FP7
Yang Fan
Serk Beijing
+8618500841610
Thomas
Woolsey
100
184
1986-09-18
3
3
XXL
GB
510553844
Robert Woolsey
+441347878561
Martin
Lorenz
77
182
1986-07-17
6
2
L
DE
C4JHXTMH9
Madlien Schenker
15800506761
Madlien
Schenker
60
170
1988-06-07
6
2
L
DE
C4JH4TVX4
Martin Lorenz
18610143938
Moindjie
Alban
75
180
1987-03-02
6
2
L
FR
16FV05783
Agnes Zhang
Suzhou Riders
18262032394
Henny
van Nistelrooy
75
172
1979-11-23
5
2
Have last year jersey
NL
NR4J53586
Theresa Liang
Beijing
13466387334
Andrew
Mackay
71
183
1980-03-15
4
2
M
AU
D3006453
Ross Mackay
Chains (链轮单车)
+61429932505
Giel
Nabben
70
183
1980-02-14
2
1
Male S
NL
NV10LH979
Suze Nabben
Specialized Roval Racing (a.k.a. The Fashion Club)
00 86 136-7193-5174
Nolan
Shaw
80
180
1980-10-24
9
2
L
US
482523384
Aldo Boni de Nobili
Shanghai
18600063092
Leonardus
Coolen
70
174
1969-07-27
5.5 years
2
M
NL
BWDC1PH78
Mirella Coolen
Pudong Cycling
13816452103
Zhang
YiYang
62
173.5
1989-11-17
I'm Chinese
1
S
CN
320502198911171750
my mother
Suzhou Riders
15995446398
Kenji
Oda
65
175
1971-12-30
2
1
S
JP
TH8875644
Family/my wife
Suzhou Riders
15262410174
Evalistus
Foloma
80
175
1986-11-11
10
4
XL
NA
P0710197
Annelies VandeWalle
Suzhou Riders
18351261345
Annelies
Van de Walle
63
170
1988-01-25
8
3
L
BE
EN381899
Foloma Evally
Suzhou Riders
17751761015
Nicolas
Galmiche
74
173
1984-10-24
9
2
L
FR
法国 护照 17FV01536
俞天君 - Yu Tianjun
15962590983
CHANG JO
CHOI
73
180
1958-01-19
11
1
M
KR
M77825099
185-5001-1135
Suzhou Riders
185-5244-5240
Alison
Schleede
84
174
1968-02-13
1
2
Male XL
US
487362039
Terry Schleede
Suzhou Riders
18501582553
Terry
Schleede
91
177
1951-09-13
1
2
Men XL
US
743868758
Alison Schleede
Suzhou Riders
18501582557
Silke
Neugebohrn
61.5
170
1974-07-23
7
3
L
DE
C4JGT873T
Berwick Settle
13683687212
Dave (杰龙)
Sloan
67
169
1979-09-21
2.5
My bike is THE shit! It's just middle class, but he color makes it look like I can go really fast, but I can't because of my short legs. Maybe I should get bonus time for this instead.
Medium
US
515132630
Paula Sloan - mother
Suzhou Riders
1-760-898-1723
Katie
Arnold
57kg
164cm
1987-04-15
8
3
M
US
548423160
Igor Valentic
Make America Great Again
15821828821
David
Clark
70
175
1958-08-14
4
Fixie
M
GB
529244515
Dominique Clark
13962737813
Taylor
Price
72.5
175
1984-04-01
11
1
S
US
488171074
Jen Price
Specialized Roval Racing
13816132584
Philippe Hoo-Tong
MUI
66
166
1982-04-15
5
2
S
FR
12AD12523
Crystal Tsang
Shanghai Pudong
13265650875
Martijn
ten Bhömer
79
174
1985-04-04
1
3
L
NL
BVC327H18
王欣慰
Suzhou Riders
15150420942
Jolien
Snellen
65
173
1981-05-23
5
2
M
NL
NRR45HJ15
Boris Tefsen
Suzhou Riders
18610061953
Christina
Tse
54
164
1984-04-11
8
4
female small
CA
HN475335
Andrea Tang (Friend)
185 2107 9954
Aaron
Dolman
78kg - 82kg right now but likely 78kg at time of event
179cm
1985-07-24
11
3
L
GB
506355037
Lois Dolman
15894572954
Olivier
Corap
74
170
1973-11-12
17
1
M
FR
13AV85320
张颖
Cyclingmania
186-6231-4758
Boris
Tefsen
73
182
1976-09-23
5
3
M
NL
BF3PBPK11
Jolien Snellen
Suzhou Riders
18896543976

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