Last edited by dropdedfwed; 14-05-2008 at 06:04 PM.
If I buy my bike from Flying Ball, how the hell do I get it back to my place in Wan Chai if I can't use the MTR??
And don't say ride it
Last edited by Cookie666; 15-05-2008 at 12:09 PM.
In the back of a taxi. Or assuming you don't want to scratch up your shiny new bike in a taxi, get a van. They should be able to call up a van for you. Or you ride down Nathan Rd to TST, then jump on the ferry to Wan Chai.
I just had a look at the Rize and it looks like Cannondale has simply copied the Yeti '08 575 (single pivot, linkage driven, high shock), so you might want to check that out as well.
Last edited by jgl; 15-05-2008 at 12:09 PM.
High end bikes in HK are generally custom. You can choose whatever parts you want.
only possible prob is if it is a downhill bike, apparently the extra-long fork won't fit, but the average MTB and Roady will be ok... I haven't used the bags from Flying Ball, I got mine from Groundeffect, and it fits my roady ok (and it is an "old fashioned" steel frame, full sized, not a compact little frame like you buy these days!)...
I forgot to add... once the bike is in the bag you can take it on the MTR.. Doh!
Last edited by dropdedfwed; 15-05-2008 at 03:19 PM.
Anyone know any good trail rides starting from Tung Chung? Also, can I put my bike on a bus to Disco Bay from Tung Chung? Thanks.
I'd be more than happy to show you, been riding with some guys from work, but I'll need a few days recovery after today's suicide mission. Note, make sure to bring plenty of water if you make a good trip, as many of the villages don't have any place to buy drinks.