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Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q What benefit does the integration of cycling and railways bring to our lives?
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The opportunity brought by “Taiwan Railway Bike Tour” refers to achieving seamless transportation between trains and bikes through the integration of railways and bikeways. Aside from combining green transportation and tourism to promote a low-carbon lifestyle, “Taiwan Railway Bike Tour” also bring benefits to our environment and society. Eventually, by accomplishing the aforementioned, we hope to improve the quality of tourism around the island.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q How much is a ticket for a bike?
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The bicycle ticket is half the price of a normal ticket.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q What are the methods of transporting a bike on a train?
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  1. Fold or dismantle the bicycle and put it in the bag as carry-on baggage. This rule applies to all types of trains.
  2. Unbagged bicycle: TRA allows passengers to board a train with an unbagged and unfolded bicycle. This type of trip is further divided into:
    • Express Trains: The car has a dedicated parking frame.
    • Non Express Trains: Passengers are required to take care of their own bikes and must not obstruct other passengers.
  3. Checking of bicycles: When you take a train with attached luggage compartments, you should treat the bicycle as a large baggage. Passengers and bicycles are located in different cars.
Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q Where can I inquire about the bicycle vacancies of each bicycle-friendly train?
A

On the Taiwan Railway Website, go to the: Passenger Service > Bicycle-friendly Train > Bicycle Vacancies Inquiry
TRA E-Ticketing: Train schedule inquiry > Train information

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q What is the maximum dimension allowed for a bike transport bag?
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The total size of a transport bag cannot exceed 220cm, the maximum length cannot exceed 150cm.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q How many bicycle parking frames does an express train have?
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TRA have 7 trains for passengers to bring a bicycle with them, which are numbers 102, 103, 113, 142, 156, 170, and 177.
The bicycle ticket costs half the normal ticket price. An express train car has 10 parking frames.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q What is the concept of "seamless transportation" ?
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Through the establishment of bicycle-friendly facilities and bicycle supply stations, we hope to reach the goal of seamlesss transportation between the railway and bikeways.
Aside from combining green transportation and tourism to promote a low-carbon lifestyle, seamless transportation can also improve the tourism service quality and create diversified travel patterns.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q How many bicycle supply stations does TRA have set up for services?
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The TRA has set up 13 bicycle supply stations in popular areas in Hualien and Taitung, providing bicycle accessory supply and bicycle rental services for tourists.
The 13 bicycle supply stations are: Toucheng Station, Dongshan Station, Xincheng Station, Hualien Station, Shoufeng Station, Fenglin Station, Guangfu Station, Ruisui Station, Yuli Station, Chishang Station, Guanshan Station, Luye Station, and Taitung Station.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q How many bicycle-friendly stations are there in Taiwan?
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131 out of the 239 train stations around Taiwan are available for bicycle boarding.
Normal passengers can also take bicycle-friendly trains, so the quantity of bicycle-friendly trains will ultimately depend on the passenger capacities and the uses of trains.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q Can I board a Puyuma or Taroko Express line with my bagged bike?
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Yes, you can board a Puyuma or a Taroko Express line with your bicycle.
The bicycle should be fully enclosed in a transportation bag without exposure.
The maximum size of the bag cannot exceed 220cm, and your bagged bicycle must be stowed in the "large baggage space" in Car No. 1 or No. 8.

Public transportation (including bicycle carriage regulations)
Q How do I take my bike on the train?
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Please refer to the "Travel Information" > "Transfer Service" on our website.

Public bicycle information
Q Where can I inquire about the Pingtung public bicycle information?
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Please refer to the YouBike Website for relevant information.

Public bicycle information
Q Does Taoyuan have public bicycle rental service?
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  1. Taoyuan City has established 400 public bicycle rental stations, and will keep reviewing the operation status of each station. In the meantime, Taoyuan City will evaluate the applicability of establishing bicycle rental stations at public transportation stations, public spaces, parks and green spaces, and MRT stations.
  2. Please refer to the Youbike Taoyuan Website or dial the 03-286-8833 service line to inquire about more information about this public bicycle rental system.
Public bicycle information
Q Where can I inquire about the Kaohsiung public bicycle information?
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Please refer to the YouBike Website for relevant information.

Public bicycle information
Q Where can I inquire about the Taipei public bicycle information?
A

Please refer to the Youbike Website for relevant information.

Public bicycle information
Q Where can I inquire about the Tainan public bicycle information?
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Please refer to the YouBike Website for relevant information.

Right of way for bicyclists
Q What traffic rules are in force for bicyclists riding on paths shared with pedestrians?
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Pedestrians sidewalks shared with bicycles are planned according to Article 90-3 of "Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act".
When sidewalks are of sufficient width, local government may allow bicycles to share its use and designate them with shared path traffic signs.
Pedestrians have priority shared paths, and bicyclists should yield to pedestrians. Bicyclists should not ride in verandas (sheltered walkways) in front of buildings.

Right of way for bicyclists
Q When there is no bikeway or bike lanes, where should I ride?
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According to Article 124 in the Traffic Safety Regulations, bicycles are classified as slower moving vehicles and should keep to the right-most lane on the road, in the direction of regular traffic.

Right of way for bicyclists
Q Are the Taolin railway bike lane (Linkou line) and Nankan Creek Riverbank Bikeway regulated as roads? Please clarify the discrepancy.
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The Taolin Railroad Bikeway and Nankan Creek Bikeway are not just for recreational use — they are also access roads that provide inter-regional circulation.
Therefore, both bikeways meet the "road" definition under Article 3, Subparagraph 1, of the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act.

Right of way for bicyclists
Q Motorcyclists often ride on the Taoyuan City riverbank bikeway.
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  1. The Taoyuan City Government has intended for the riverbank bikeway to be a barrier-free environment. However, in order to improve public safety, we had to install barriers to prevent motorcycles from entering the bikeway. Some motorcyclists have tampered with those barriers for the sake of their convenience, which endangers pedestrians and cyclists. Please do not ride motorcycles on bikeways, and help keep this recreation area a safe and pleasant environment.
  2. The Taoyuan City Government has established relevant penalties and reporting channels for violations, in order to maintain a friendly space for cycling. Please refer to "Taoyuan City Park Autonomous Management Regulations" and "Violation Cases Handling and the Reward for Reporting Violations of the Taoyuan City Park Autonomous Management Regulations.
Bicycle Route Planning
Q Bicycle-friendly facilities
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The safety and convenience of road users are the primary considerations in the design of the bikeway system in Kaohsiung City. Therefore, the entire system has been built with bikeway markings on the ground and signs along the road. There are also crosswalk markings and signs at each intersection, with increased lighting at night to enhance safety. The rest pavilions, bicycle racks, and informational boards along the route enable visitors to enjoy a diverse and in-depth trip.

Bicycle Route Planning
Q What routes are included in Yilan County's bicycle route system?
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Yilan County's bicycling routes mainly consists of the Taiwan Island Circumnavigation arterial route, the Xinan circular line, the Xibei circular line, and other related branch routes.

Bicycle Route Planning
Q Why are the riverside bikeways in Taoyuan City discontinuous?
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  1. Riverside bikeways provided by the City of Taoyuan makes use of access roads along rivers, which are used for flood control and emergency rescue purposes. However, certain riverbank sections are on private property, or the terrain lacks sufficient setback area to construct a bikeway corridor, which requires connecting the riverside bikeway to nearby roadways. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  2. This year, Taoyuan City is allocating budget in yearly stages, and will evaluate existing riverbank areas for suitability to build more riverside bikeways. We ask for your continued support for these efforts.
Bicycle Route Planning
Q What types of bike routes are available in New Taipei City?
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Bicycle routes in New Taipei City are divided into 2 types: circulation and recreational uses. Recreational types are mostly riverside bikeways. Based on characteristics of roads in New Taipei City, circulation type bikeways are mostly designed for shared use between pedestrians and bicycles, or may be combined with regular traffic lanes. Through the planning of commuter bike green corridors, integrating the MRT system with bike commute transfers, and circulation and recreational types of bikeways, we are dedicated to the interconnectivity of the whole transportation system.

Bicycle Route Planning
Q What recreational bike paths are available in Taichung City? Is there any agency that is responsible for the maintenance and management of those facilities?
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  1. Recreational bikeways in Taichung City include the Dongfeng Bicycle Green Way, Hou-Fong bike path, Tanya Shen Green Bikeway, Hanxi Riverside Bikeway, Toubiankeng Bikeway, Zhongke Bikeway, Fazi River Bikeway, Qian Creek Bikeway, Caohu Lake Bikeway, Lotus Valley Bikeway, Dajia and Da'an Bikeway, Gaomei Wetland Bikeway, etc. Maintenance of these bikeways are divided among Taichung City's Tourism and Travel Bureau, Transportation Bureau, and related district offices. The service contact number is 04-25152575.
  2. In order to protect the safety of bicyclists, the City of Taichung has declared the Dongfeng Bicycle Green Corridor, Houfeng Bikeway, and Tanya Shen Green Bikeway as "roads" under the definition of Article 3 of the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act. Entry of automobiles, motorcycles, and vendor booths or carts onto these bikeways is prohibited. Furthermore, anyone who disobeys road signs or markings, or who rides in parallel, will be subject to prosecution under the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act.
Bicycle Route Planning
Q What's the planning method for Taipei cycling routes?
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In recent years, Taipei City has adopted two methods for the construction of bicycle paths: "widening sidewalks" or "marking pavement or hanging signs along existing sidewalks". These methods have been accompanied by major projects such as "Connecting Intercity Riverside Bikeways" and "Improvements of Existing Bike Lanes".

Bicycle Route Planning
Q Is Cycling Route No.1 a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction?
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The official route travels counter-clockwise around the island, but you may ride the route clockwise direction, and adjust accordingly.

Pavement, width of the bike lane
Q The New Taipei City River Bikeway had a surface crack problem.
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After receiving feedback from the public, we sent personnel to inspect the cracks on the pavement.
It was found that the cracks were caused by the reflection of the expansion joints at the base of the bikeway to the asphalt surface, and did not affect the safety of passersby.

Lighting
Q Part of the New Taipei City Bikeway lighting was not sufficient.
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After receiving feedback from the public, we already had staff examine the section that was reported, and we will improve the lighting condition at night and provide citizens with a brighter and safer cycling space.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Who should I contact if the map on the Bikeway Data Establishment Platform (developed by the National Land Management Agency ,Ministry of the Interior) is wrong?
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Please contact Yu-Han Wei, Technical Specialist, Urban Infrastructure Division, National Land Management Agency , Ministry of the Interior

  • 02-8771-2825
  • email: fa84840@cpami.gov.tw

Shu-Ling Chang, China Productivity Center

  • 02-2698-2989*01749
  • email: 01749@cpc.tw
Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q When and where can I inquire about the newly adjusted bikeway facility data on the Bikeway Data Establishment Platform (developed by Construction and Planning, Agency Ministry of the Interior)?
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After the route data is processed through the organization procedure, it will be regularly updated on "Bikeways" > "Route Search"

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Taichung City public bicycle information?
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Please check the Taichung Public Bicycle Website to acquire relevant information. Aside from traditional bicycles, electric-assisted bicycles are also available for rental now.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Will there be alternative routes for the public to cycle around Taiwan in the future?
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To provide cyclists with a more comfortable, fresher, safer environment for cycling, the Ministry of Transportation and Communication lists some bicycle lanes which have a great reputation and are distinctive — these lanes can not only act as alternatives, but also improve the depth and width of cycling tourism. Currently, we have planned 9 alternatives for the public to use by the end of 2023. Below is the alternative lanes planned:

alternatives > lane planning

  • Cycling Route No.1 (Songshan~Qidu) > Keelung River Bicycle Path
  • Cycling Route No.1 (Shulin~Longtan) > Dahan River Bicycle Path
  • Cycling Route No.1 (Hsinchu~Zhunan) > Green Light Sea Breeze Bicycle Path
  • Cycling Route No.1 (Houlong~Tongxiao) > Green Light Sea Breeze Bicycle Path
  • Cycling Route No.1 (Kaohsiung Qiaotou) > Tangbei Road, Tangnan Road, Qiaonan Road, Jingwu Road
  • Cycling Route No.1 (Zhu'an~Jhuangwei) > Yilan Seaside Bicycle Path
  • Cycling Route No.1 branch line 1-1 (Shuangxin Bicycle Path)
  • Cycling Route No.1 branch line 1-2 (Taoyuan~Guanxi) > Niulanhe Bicycle Path
  • Cycling Route No.1 branch line 1-18 (Wanluan~Fangliao) > Pingtung Tangtie Bicycle Path, Pingtung County Line 185 (Xinpi~Fangliao)
Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Which route do you suggest to ride from Su'ao to Hualien while cycling around Taiwan?
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We suggest that cyclist may take a train to travel from Su'aoxin to Xincheng Station, experiencing the Two Stations Seamless Tour.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Yilan County bikeway information?
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Please check the webistes below for you information:

  1. This webside: Bikeways -> Route Search -> Choose Counties and Cities (Yilan County) -> Click ""search"" ; the page will show the cycling routes planned by Institute of Transportation and Yilan County Government.
Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Nantou County bikeway information?
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Please check the Nantou Tourism Website - Cycling Theme Tour - to inquire about relevant information.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Taoyuan City bikeway information?
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Please check the Taoyuan Tourism Website, which contains information about cycling routes, transportation methods, etc.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Kaohsiung City bikeway information?
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"Please check the webistes below for you information:

  1. This webside: Bikeways -> Route Search -> Choose Counties and Cities (Kaohsiung City) -> Click ""search"" ; the page will show the cycling routes planned by Institute of Transportation and Kaohsiung City Government.

  2. Kaohsiung Travel Website: Things to do -> Themed litneraries -> Advnace -> Choose Transportation (Bicycle),You can find featured attractions and cycling routes on this website.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about bikeway routes in National Scenic Areas?
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Please click "Travel Information" > "Related Websites" on our website, and proceed to the National Scenic Area Bicycle Website.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about the 15 bikeway routes which were selected in the Qiliang Taiwan activity held by the Sports Administration, Ministry of Education?
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Please check the link provided by the Sports Administration, Ministry of Education: https://topcycling.uni-net.com.tw/?route=vote/vote

The website contains abundant information, such as popular check-in locations, attractions, tasty foods, etc.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Chiayi City public bicycle information?
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Please check the Chiayi Public Bicycle Website to acquire relevant information. Aside from traditional bicycles, electric-assisted bicycles are also available for rental now.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Chiayi City bikeway information?
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Please check the “Travel In Chiayi Website”- “Chiayi Cycling Tourism Website” (https://travel.chiayi.gov.tw/ChiayiBike/StaticPage/Attractions), which provides information on bicycle route details, recommended spots and itineraries, etc.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Taichung City bikeway information?
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Please check the Taichung Tourism Website - Package Tour for Cyclists, which contains the latest information about cycling routes, transportation, nearby attractions, FAQs, etc.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I inquire about Tainan City bikeway information?
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Please check the “Tainan Cycling Tour“ on the website of Bureau of Transportation, Tainan City Government (https://traffic.tainan.gov.tw/content/uploads/bicycle/cc_bicycle.html), which provides information on bicycle route details, rental station information, and recommended itineraries, etc.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Is there a place for foreigners to store luggage upon arriving at the airport?
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Please refer to the "Travel Information" > "International Visitors" on our website, Selecting "Airport Traffic" will allow you to access various airport websites for viewing.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Is a .GPX file of the cycling route available for download?
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Please follow these steps:

  1. Refer to the "Bikeways" > "Route Search" or "Recommended Bikeways"
  2. After entering the page, click on the "GPX Download" button to download the GPX files.
Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Does this website provide .GPX files of the cycling routes around Taiwan?
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Please follow these steps:

  1. Refer to the "Bikeways" > "Route Search" or "Recommended Bikeways"

  2. Choose the search criteria as "Cycling Route".

  3. After entering the page, click on the "GPX Download" button to download the GPX files.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I buy a cycling tourism book?
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"The sales centers are listed as below. Please do not hesitate to call us for further information.

  • Information Systems Division, Institute of Transportation (02-23496880)
  • Government Publications Bookstore, Songjiang Store (02-25180207)
  • Wunan Book Inc. (04-22260330)

This Website "Travel Information" > "Tourism Brochures" also has a cycling tourism e-book available for download.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q How can I open a GPX file?
Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q What information does this website include?
A

This website offers a wealth of bicycle routes and itineraries, along with a bicycle route planning feature, allowing cyclists to choose freely. Additionally, the website compiles essential information and Q&A about bicycle travel. Feel free to make the most of these resources and information.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Where can I get the map of Cycling Route No.1?
A

You can download the eletronic map of Cycling Route No.1 on the "Travel Information" > "Tourism Brochures"

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q How many kilometers does a cyclist ride each day for a 9-day cycling trip around the island? Is it suitable for a beginner?
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Cycling route No.1 is planned as a 9-day trip. Cyclists need to ride 100 kilometers per day on average. However, the distance can be adjusted depending on physical strength and demands.

Website operation FAQ
Q I didn’t receive the verification email for the cyclist satisfaction survey.
A

If you didn’t receive the verification mail after filling out the satisfaction survey, it might be an email address typo or the server of the email is having issues. Please click the "Resend a verification letter" button.
If you still do not receive the letter, please check your spam mailbox.

Website operation FAQ
Q Where can I inqure about cycling activities?
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Please refer to the "Travel Information" > "Events Information"

Cycling safety information
Q Cycling around Sun Moon Lake, please be careful about the steep slopes and sharp turns. Stay safe while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
A

In order to improve the safety of pedestrians, the Directorate General of Highways has set up the "be aware of bicycles" signs at both ends of steep slopes and sharp turns along the road to remind passersby to be careful. In addition, in some sections of dangerous downhill (uphill) grades, relevant warnings and reminders are also set up in coordination with the Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area Administration for passersby to follow. We hope all the visitors are able to be safe during their visit and take many beautiful memories with them.

Here are the dangerous downhill and uphill grade sections for reference:

  1. Provincial Highway 21 (66k~69k) Shangshan to Toushe section
  2. Provincial Highway 21A (0~1.5k) Jolong intersection to Wenwu Temple section
  3. Provincial Highway 21A (7.5~11k) Ita Thao to XuanZang Temple section
  4. Provincial Highway 21A (11~13.5k) XuanZang Temple to XuanGuang Temple section
  5. Provincial Highway 21A (17.5~19.5k) Round-the-lake No.1 Tunnel to Toushe section
Cycling safety information
Q Where can I inquire about videos, images and articles regarding cycling safety promotion?
A

For information related to cycling safety promotion, please refer to the Traffic Safety Committee's Road Traffic Safety Portal Site.

Cycling safety information
Q Tips for cycling…
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It is hot in southern Taiwan, please make sure you've fully prepared while enjoying the beauty of the area.

  • Personal gear: bike helmet, cycling pants, quick-dry clothing, headband, fingerless gloves, water bottle, towel, leggings, trouser strap, sunscreen, map, sunglasses.
  • Bicycle gear: head light, rear light.
  • Optional gear: stop watch, cycling shoes.
Cycling safety information
Q Be careful before entering tunnels to ensure the cyclists' safety.
A

The spring comes and all the flowers are blooming, it's a great time for a cycling trip. Provincial Highway 2C is one of the best routes for cycling. It is a way to Pingshi and Gongliao, the scenary along the road is quite beautiful. When cycling on the highway, we must go through tunnels, however, and cyclists are less visible than drivers and motorcyclists.
To ensure the safety of cyclists, the Directorate General of Highways set up the bicycle detection system in Pingshuang Tunnel on Provincial Highway 2C.
When the cyclists enter the tunnel, the warning sign at the entrance will light up and the warning sentence "Please watch out for cyclists" will be displayed on the electronic signs in the tunnel.
It's to remind the drivers to be careful that there are cyclists in the tunnel, and to allow the cyclists to pass through safely.

Route information (including tourist maps, road names, trajectory maps, and if the roads are bicycle exclusive or shared-use lanes, etc.)
Q Contact Infomation of National Scenic Area Cycling Tour Guide
A

National Scenic Area Cycling Tour Guide

Northeast and Yilan Coast

  • Phone: 02-24991115 Ext. 226
  • Contact: Miss Huang

East Longitudinal Valley

  • Phone: 03-8875306 Ext. 665
  • Contact: Miss Yin

East Coast

  • Phone: 089-841520
  • Contact: Miss Lan

North Coast and Guanyinshan

  • Phone: 02-86355100 Ext. 2156
  • Contact: Miss Huang

Tri-Mountain

  • Phone: 04-23312678 Ext. 535
  • Contact: Mr. Huang

Sun Moon Lake

  • Phone: 049-2855668 Ext. 1241
  • Contact: Mr. Wang

Southwest Coast

  • Phone: 06-7861000 Ext. 241
  • Contact: Miss Huang

Siraya

  • Phone: 06-6900399 Ext. 298
  • Contact: Miss Lin

Alishan

  • Phone: 05-2593900 Ext. 407
  • Contact: Mr. Lee

Maolin

  • Phone: 07-6871234 Ext. 247
  • Contact: Miss Ke

Dapeng Bay

  • Phone: 08-8338100 Ext. 165
  • Contact: Miss Huang

Penghu

  • Phone: 06-9216521 Ext. 244
  • Contact: Mr. Zheng

Matsu

  • Phone: 0836-25631 Ext. 81
  • Contact: Miss Chen