A total of 41 motorcycles were shipped from Taiwan to Pingtan in Fujian province on Monday night for a three-day tour, reported Fuzhou Evening News.
It is the second time Taiwan?s vehicles appeared in Pingtan following a new policy released on May 19 to normalize the entry of Taiwan vehicles.
Several sedan cars arrived in Pingtan for business that day, marking the mechanism?s onset. They were shipped on the Haixia, a high-speed ro-ro ferry that runs between Pingtan and Taiwan on a regular basis.
The 41 motorcycles are extra-large with displacement over 250 cc. For motorcycle fans, the vehicle is way more than a travel tool, but represents a lifestyle in pursuit of freedom and personality.
The riders from Taiwan will embark on a three-day tour of famous scenic spots in Pingtan.