A step-by-step guide on how to install the Spin Up F12W-PRO Bicycle USB Charger Dynamo on your bike.
Maokong Loop is a 13km long, single-peak (326m) cycling route in Wenshan District, South East of Taipei City. We went there on a public holiday in May, me on a Rikulau Audax Hercules and Lois on a Klever Q Comfort. Maokong is a popular tourist area where people can take the Maokong Gondola at the
Klever Q Comfort E-Bike test ride on a 75km hilly route with cumulative climb of 1341m.
The riverbank bikeways built along the rivers winding through Taipei City and New Taipei City form a vast network of bike paths. But they’re mostly hidden behind the flood walls and thus remain unknown to many visitors and tourists. We have compiled a list of various access points of this “bike freeway system”.
We took a ride along a popular cycling route among local cyclists in Taipei east – the Xizhi Pigeon (28km, 394m), which is found a pleasant route with the right amount of challenge.
Velodash, the cycling app, comes with the feature of real time location sharing within a group. We love it and here is the step by step guide on how to use it.
We talked to the development team of SPIN UP F12W-PRO Bicycle USB Charger Dynamo to find out what made the product stand out from the crowd.
SPIN UP F12W-PRO, a new front-mount model added to SunUp Eco’s line of bike dynamos released to the market in late 2019, is a high-power low-drag 3-phase bicycle dynamo that promises to keep your smartphones and other electronic gadgets charged while you are pedaling along.
The Taiwan e-bike maker Klever loaned us an e-bike, B comfort, for a try. I tested it with a 77km hilly route, climbed 3 peaks, elevation gain 1,384m.
My 2nd test on this Klever E-Bike is a 118km route on the north coastal route from Keelung to Tamsui. Elevation gain was 1,232 metre.