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Coffee Country Ride

In November 30th, a cycling event will be held in the coffee country of Taiwan. East bound of Highway 78 will be closed for the event so that the cyclists can enjoy an unsurpassed riding experience without the traffic...

Rikulau Lands on the New Continent

Five hundred years after Christopher Columbus discovered “The New Continent”, Rikulau laid its footsteps on this prospective land.
Rikulau was first presented to the US market during Interbike 06. Not much attention was raised. In 2007, we did make our presence felt among the consumers...

Chris King is Officially on Rikulau Bike

Rikulau is proud to announce that Chris King Precision, USA is officially an honorable supplier to Rikulau. Chris King headsets will be available on some Rikulau products with standard head tube such as bikes built with Reynolds 953 and 853 tubings.

953 Gets on Podium

Robert Herber from the Philippines placed fourth on Rikulau’s 953 racing machine in a national level competition in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
The competition was held on July 26th in Hsinchu county, located about 100 km south of Taipei. More than 500 cyclists, including elite and leisure riders, participated in the 60 km race...

Tau is a tribe of Taiwanese indigenous people

Tau is a tribe of Taiwanese indigenous people that live in the southeastern offshore island of Orchid Island. It is a subgroup of Austronesian people that is widely dispersed throughout the islands of Southeast Asia and Pacific. However, Tau people believe that they are the descendents of Rock and Bamboo. The word “Tau” means people.

Rikulau Releases Reference Color Tubes

After the introduction of Gold-Orange 953 bike in 2008 Taipei Cycle Show, Rikulau has made several custom-painted 953. The response in the cycling community has been superb. Now, we have selected a few colors and made standard color tubes that make communication between the dealer and the consumer much easier.

A Successful Presentation at Taipei Cycle Show

Imagine a booth this crowded (see picture) for almost an entire Taipei Show period from March 13th to 16th.  Can we call it a successful show?