|The peloton had about 50 people and they covered around 100 km a day -- for mostly retired folk I thought this hardcore.|
I lived five years in Taiwan and felt I owed a debt of gratitude for the generosity of various people. I didn't have time to give them financial advice or pragmatic technical pointers about cycling fashion.
But I did give them a rousing cheer of "Jia you, jia you!"(加油,加油) -- which literally means "ad oil" or "bike your buns off!"