In Brief

On this bicycle ride, we will gawk at talented street performers, explore grandiose memorials illuminated against the night sky, browse the winding streets where Taipei's expressive youth congregate, sample authentic street food, embrace tradition at Taipei's most immaculate temple, and much more! You have never experienced Taipei like this! As the name implies, not only will we cycle around Taipei, but also hike up the famous 186m tall Elephant Mountain that overlooks the downtown area. There are steps and an illuminated path all the way up this 20-minute hike, but it can still be challenging! If you are worried about whether or not you can handle it, feel free to ask us. You should eat lunch before this ride and arrive at least 10 minutes before the starting time. There are some awesome food stops on the ride, but the prices are not included, some bring some cash lest you want a grumbling tummy!


  • Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall- An imposing memorial dedicated to the founder of the Chinese Nationalist Party where we can admire the precision of the changing of the guards ceremony.

  • Xinyi Shopping District- Bike through an upscale shopping district where you can get a glimpse of modern Taipei. 

  • Taipei 101 base- Stare in awe straight up at the 101-floor skyscraper towering over you.

  • Elephant Mountain (Night view)- An 186m climb to the most spectacular view of downtown Taipei.

  • CKS Memorial Hall- A Grandiose memorial dedicated to the former leader of Taiwan and the Chinese Nationalist Party that is gorgeously illuminated at night.

  • Jing Fu (East) Gate- East gate of the wall that once enclosed the capital city.

  • Presidential Office Building- Built by the colonial Japanese, this building now serves as the office of Taiwan's leader​.

  • Longshan Temple- The most famous, and arguably the most alluring, temple in Taipei.

  • Guangzhou Street Night Market- A traditional night market located in the former legal red-light district of Taipei where you can sample some delicious street food.

  • Huaxi Street (Snake Alley)- A long covered shopping street that is great for cheap foot massages and, for the more adventurous, trying some snake dishes.

If you are running late for a ride, please call or email us, we will only wait 10 minutes after the start time.


All double bookings will be canceled immediately. Please cancel your booking if you plan on not attending, as there are only 4 spots for each ride. 

What's Included

Bottled Water

Bicycle Rental

Poncho (if raining)






4 hours


Tuesday 4:30PM

Thursday 4:30PM

Meeting Point

Exit 3, MRT Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Station

What's Not Included

Transport to meeting point, 

Additional food and drink purchases.

Helmets are available upon request only.


1700 TWD (55 USD)

You must be 18 years of age or older, or 12 years or older and accompanied by a parent or guardian to join our rides. Please check our FAQ section for information about what to bring, wear, and much more.