Rides & Events

We organize rides and cycling events.
See what’s coming up.

Mid Autumn Mountain Night Ride

Next weekend is Mid Autumn Festival which means a 3 day weekend – yay !  Summer is on the decline and the most magnificent season of cycling is about to begin – so time for a special event.   A night ride with high powered lights into the dark mountains, a sleep over, a nice breakfast and then a mega ride early the following morning. Sound like your idea of celebrating Autumn ? If so read on.   Ride details.   Day 1. Sunday Sept 7th   Depart City – Yonghe Jia Yuan 20.00 pm Ride Route – Jingmi Lu...

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Saturday Breakfast Ride to Mutianyu Great Wall

Info on Sunday Cycling Escape is here. Apologise for the link mix up. http://www.serk.cc/beijing-cycling-mountain-augus/  

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Bike Mechanic Course at Serk

Bike Mechanic Course at Serk

Looking to take your bike skills to the next level ? Maintaining your own bike is a very satisfying experience. The only thing more satisfying is riding it when everything is just sweet. Gears change with precision, brakes are dialed in, hubs are greased up and rims are running true – two wheeled bliss ! With some training, practice and home mechanic tools pretty much anyone can work on a bike ! To help you get there Serk’s mechanic Jeff Trinh holds regular training coursea for bike repair.   Dates :   Dates &...

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Chengde Crank-a-thon

Chengde Crank-a-thon

Join us for a double century road ride from Chengde to Huairou. Your reward - gourmet BBQ, cold beers and high fives !

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Tibet and Nepal Road Cycling Trip

Tibet and Nepal Road Cycling Trip

  This trip is 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 has for centuries evoked images of a lost Shangri La. To this day, it’s stunning Himalayan views, high plateau, beautiful Buddhist monasteries and extraordinary people combine to make Tibet one of the world’s great travel experiences. The cycling highlight will be the worlds longest descent along the winding roads off the Tibetan Plateau and through...

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Beijing Cycling Mountain Escapes

Beijing Cycling Mountain Escapes

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 !

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Beijing Vintage Ride 2014

Beijing Vintage Ride 2014

Join us for the 2014 Beijing Vintage Ride. Fashion and fun on two wheels. March 29th 2014.

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Jiuhua Mountain / Taiping Lake Cycling Getaway

Jiuhua Mountain / Taiping Lake Cycling Getaway

Come and join us for an unforgettable 4 days cycle trip in Anhui Province China this spring !

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Beijing Vintage Ride

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.

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Beijing Bike Week

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.

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