BIKES You'd better want to consider buying a bike if you are in Beijing for an extended period of time. Biking around Beijing is a fun way to get to know the city. Also, there are rarely bike jams. You haven't really experienced Beijing until you have ridden alongside a three-wheeled platform bike loaded sky high with chunks of styrofoam, or had a near miss with a guy in a three- piece suit pedaling furiously to get to work. Amazingly enough, nobody wears bike helmets, except for Domino's Pizza guy on his way to a delivery! There are all different price ranges for bikes. Cheap Chinese-made bikes go for around US$ 30,but you also can get American mountain bikes like Cannondales or Dianmondbacks for several hundred US dollars.Mountain bikes are cool, but actually unnecessary as Beijing is an extremely flat city. Bicycles can be rented from large repair shops. Chung-Yo Department Store at Xidan has this service: 10 yuan/day, deposit needed, 800 yuan for mountain bikes, 500 yuan for common ones.
- Rent a bicycle
- To Bike Or Not To Bike? That is the question.
- Rent a bicycle and join the crowd (or escape them)
- capital of bicycles
- Biking is conveniant
- Beijing is a city of bicycles
- Bicycles: Get some exercise
- Best way to see Beijing is by bike
- Biking around Beijing is a fun way to get to know the city
- Bikes are handy in China
- The coolest bike in the world!
- Bike it is Beijing
- Biking Space
- Getting a lift about town
- Cycling around Beijing central
- Get around Beijing by bicycle