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Q: Where can I get one of those cool-looking motorbikes with sidecars in Beijing?

And how much do they cost approx?

9 years 9 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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The bikes are called "ChangJiang 750" and like everything here they're a copy of a truly great bike... Here's a link:

http://www.chinasidecar.com/whats_new.htm

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There's a shop right next to 798. Go down jiuxinqiao and take a right at the big SEONBUN mall. Maybe 200 meters down that road you'll see the bike shop.

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There's a place just off Xiaoyun Lu that fixes them. Maybe they sell them too. When you're coming from the Liangmaqiao direction and driving east up Xiaoyun Lu it will be down a little alleyway on the left hand side.

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