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Old 01-07-2014, 12:26 AM
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Hi everybody,

I am coming to HK next week and then will live there for the next 3 years. I saw a lot of videos with nice touring tracks but have no idea about the address of these locations. Can somebody give me the best places to drive there. Thanks in advance.

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Sorry I can't help you, but I know some places where there will be people who should, if you go to Mong Kok, where Dundas st and Kwong Wa st join, you find many hobby shops, I am sure when you go their and ask around, you will be guided in the right direction, I only do offroad and mini z so don't really know these things
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I'm visiting until the end of January. I went to Jordan Valley a lot last year, but would like to explore more this year.

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PYC is at 22.489026,114.145422

Plug that into google maps. I haven't been yet, but will go on saturday.

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Hello Bruno,

In HK we have 3 public tracks, Jordon Valley as Mike mentioned. Jordon Valley is close to town. Then we have one in most North part of HK, in Tin Shui Wai. Last one is a small track under some highway bridge in Hong Kong Island side.

Then we have 3 tracks that charges entry fee, ran by private Companies.

PYC in Fanling, 5mins walk from tube station.
ACO in Fanling, Ping Che, from tube station, 10 to 15mins by mini bus
TRC in Yuen Long Tai Tong, near the Lychee Village

Bruno, if you need to know the exact location drop me a pm

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Thanks so much Maxxi !!! I will live in Stanley (south of HK Island), which one would be the closest one from my home according to you ? If you have all address, of course I would be interested in but if not, don't worry, I will find them

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Thanks so much Maxxi !!! I will live in Stanley (south of HK Island), which one would be the closest one from my home according to you ? If you have all address, of course I would be interested in but if not, don't worry, I will find them

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Jordon Valley will be the closest track to you, its a public track so its free. Its still a fair distance away from Stanley. Driving takes 30mins to 45mins

If you type Jordon Valley RC Track in Google you will be able to find all details. I can't post links, sorry

Jordon Valley is more for beginner but its still fun, only downside no electric on site.

TRC, They have a TC Track and a 1/8th track + mini Z track, type Tom Racing Circuit Track into Google. 45mins to 1 Hour drive.

ACO, Really nice track, best facilities, type ACO RC Track into Google. 45mins to 1 Hours drive

PYC, No 5, Lot 51 Wong Kong Shan, Fanling, 45mins to 1 Hour drive.

I goto PYC regularly, give me a shout if you want me to show you the way.

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Thanks Maxxi. I keep you posted as soon I go there. I just need to wait for my stuff coming from Beijing.

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Hello Bruno,

In HK we have 3 public tracks, Jordon Valley as Mike mentioned. Jordon Valley is close to town. Then we have one in most North part of HK, in Tin Shui Wai. Last one is a small track under some highway bridge in Hong Kong Island side.

Then we have 3 tracks that charges entry fee, ran by private Companies.

PYC in Fanling, 5mins walk from tube station.
ACO in Fanling, Ping Che, from tube station, 10 to 15mins by mini bus
TRC in Yuen Long Tai Tong, near the Lychee Village

Bruno, if you need to know the exact location drop me a pm

Hi Maxxi,

I can't find the exact location of ACO... Do you have a GPS localisation ?
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do you have any track photos
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Jordon Valley will be the closest track to you, its a public track so its free. Its still a fair distance away from Stanley. Driving takes 30mins to 45mins

If you type Jordon Valley RC Track in Google you will be able to find all details. I can't post links, sorry

Jordon Valley is more for beginner but its still fun, only downside no electric on site.

TRC, They have a TC Track and a 1/8th track + mini Z track, type Tom Racing Circuit Track into Google. 45mins to 1 Hour drive.

ACO, Really nice track, best facilities, type ACO RC Track into Google. 45mins to 1 Hours drive

PYC, No 5, Lot 51 Wong Kong Shan, Fanling, 45mins to 1 Hour drive.

I goto PYC regularly, give me a shout if you want me to show you the way.


Hey Maxxi,

I live in HK and was wondering if you knew of any off-road Tracks or even good public spots on HK Island where I can take my 1/8 & 1/10 Bashers out.

Thanks,

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Any answer to my question above ?

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Is there any track opened during the Spring Festival ?
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