Disco de Wheels

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Eavesdropped comments from 2015. 

“Every person on the trip and at the festival was awesome”

Every person on the trip was awesome.

Disco de Wheels morphs into silent disco dance moves at the lake.

“Terry Li’s place was a gem – the perfect venue”

“I haven’t had a live music experience like that in years”

“Stunning scenery, we would never have found these tracks ourselves”

“The red guards were so sweet, I can’t believe they even gave us chilled face towels…”

“Please add me to your Facebook page and do more festivals throughout the year”

2015 WAS an AWESOME second festival!!

Here’s a timeline to give you an idea of what it was like and what 2016′s bike and music festival will have to beat.

Yangshuo Bike Festival 2016

What could be better than riding a bike through limestone mountains and the luscious green rice paddies of Yangshuo?

How about a sound track to the ride. A disco on wheels with tunes DJ’d through wireless headphones that enhance this entrancing landscape.

Silent disco on a bike is the signature event.

Farmer Tang's first silent disco. A local biking legend, he is the inspiration for the Yangshuo Bike Festival.

Farmer Tang’s first silent disco. A local biking legend, he is the inspiration for the Yangshuo Bike Festival.

We’ll feast on seasonal delights, drink tea under convenient banyon trees with musical interludes by local artists and  convene an informal interactive forum on cycling culture/ eco tourism in China.

Come for just the Saturday 3rd disco de wheels or join us for the whole weekend August 26-28.

Where does this completely original event take place?
Yangshuo Town is the start of the disco ride. We cycle through the mountain corralled rice fields of the Yulong Valley, along the river then down a secret back way through mixed orchards and stunning limestone karst country to Gaotian Village.


And what about food?

Its all around you. We’ll be cycling through it –  and then dining on fresh produce – delicious sour plum duck, roasted ribs, fresh garden vegetables, stir fried tofu skins – at the open verandah restaurant of Valle Luna. Terry Li – the Chef – is an incredible cook, a master of   the sweet pickled chilli sour flours that make up the regional cuisines. The duck is out of this world.

The Tibetan's of Xing ping showing of the festival T-shirt.

The Tibetan’s of Xing ping showing of the festival T-shir

Price: 2800 RMB includes two nights accommodation, two days quality bike hire, the Disco de Wheels, Sunday morning slow food discovery ride,  2 x  breakfast,  2 x lunch 1 dinner, luggage transfers, and Friday night pick up from Guilin airport or Gongcheng train station. Its a bargain! We supply music through wireless headphone sets on an off the beaten track guided and supported ride, live band, T-shirt and more.
Valle Luna Village
To stay at this renovated village in Gaotian is something very special. To be there with the man – Terry Li –  who brought it back from the slurry of dilapidation is a bonus.  To make the most of this fabulous venue we will be holding a rice wine cocktail party, an interactive farmers feast,  and an out door live music and a village cinema screening. Those on the full package get  to experience one of Terry’s  renovated guesthouse rooms firsthand ( the best ones),  and a breakfast where he recounts the history of the project.  The full package also includes a Sunday ride through more  of Yangshuo’s historic villages and another lunchtime feast in a beautiful countryside setting.

Retrophase  at the Rusty Bolt from the  first Yangshuo Bike Festival.

Retrophase at the Rusty Bolt from the first Yangshuo Bike Festival.

The Ride
The Yulong is  a  broad valley of rice paddie, gardens  and orchards jammed between Yangshuo’s most beautiful  limestone karsts centred upon the phoenix-tail bamboo lined the Jade Dragon (Yulong) River.

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Photos from the 2015 Yangshuo Bike Festival

 

 

Photos from the 2014 Yangshuo Bike Festival