Every year local Taiwanese riders and international guest put on a bmx demo outside of the Nangang Exhibition Hall. With the light rain riders were reluctant to try any big tricks or ride the ramps. They did reach deep into the bag and pull out some tricks from the past.
Even in the rain there was still a crowd.
It's 9:30am and Aaron shares the secret to his deep sexy voice.
Karl came for the show girl, but stayed for the video game.
Production Privee was launched around this time last year. David George has moved to Taiwan part time to over see the production of his frames and other projects. Keep a look out for more Pinkbike coverage of Production Privee.
Ellsworth has their line of bikes on display, but what really caught my eye was the head badge.
There are several companies showing electric bikes, this is the only company I saw that has a stand up, electric golf cart.
I always wanted a Kawasaki as a child and now I can finally afford one.
Bright lights and bright colors can be seen in almost every booth.
Something else that can be seen in almost every booth are women. It would appear that the bike industry in Taiwan is made up of young attractive ladies.
For the past several weeks VP Components has been working on a bike park outside of their factory. On the left is what the park will look like when finished, on the right is how the track looked this past Sunday.
There is a misconception that all Taiwanese girls are short, this full-time model, part-time booth girl measures in at an impressive 175cm.
On the left is Pinkbike Intern Nic Genovese, on the right is his older more seasoned double which we have been calling Nic Euro-vese.
Aaron and Rob share a tender moment after the show.
After a hard day at the show we decided to have a brain storming session in the roof top hot tub. With Friday just around the corner we have some interesting things in the works.
If we fail as journalists, we can always start a boy band.