NikoStar, my advice is read through the early pages of this thread and you'll find maps to the Taoyuan Jung Fu Gong area where I ride, the BeiTou pumptrack, the speedtrap and possible the Wu Zhu Shan trails. Also if you use facebook you should contact TeamFreeBike (the same guys who run the FlowMTBStyle mag), they're based in Taipei and a couple of them are Aussie educated fluent Englishers. I think they generally ride the places where Pommes said. My STP has been retired, I've just put my new Corsair Konig together and it's bloody nice - it's going to be a weapon for the mini DH courses we have here.
MIssed the flight to London yesterday but getting my new rig up and running was a great birthday gift in its place!
Props to Plasmatron, who runs the best bike shop I've been to in Taiwan, possibly the world. Thanks for your help big lad!
I took the new sled out this morning just for an hour because it was wet and shitty but did one run of the Taoyuan DH course and it was like riding a sofa on the bumpy bits. It's a really low bike, I think I need to add a bit of air to the rear shock to get it to ride a bit higher in the travel, the rubber band travel indicator is off the end of the shaft now, but I never actually felt it bottom out. The response from the guys there was very positive, it's a sick looking bike, that's for sure.