Hong Kong riders will need to recover quickly from the Tour of Taiwan as they continue their hunt for points to pin down a 2016 Olympic Games berth. The six-stage Tour of Thailand, which kicks off tomorrow, offers another chance for them to add precious ranking points. The track season for the men's team is over and we can now spend more time on road competitions as we are competing for the entry ticket to Rio next year Shen Jinkang Hong Kong had mediocre results in Taiwan, with Burr Ho managing 40th place in the general classification, followed by Mow Ching-ying (56th), Leung Chun-wing (57th) and Chiu Ho-san (65th) out of 110 riders. "The track season for the men's team is over and we can now spend more time on road competitions as we are competing for the entry ticket to Rio next year," said coach Shen Jinkang. "Hong Kong riders always put the road race on top of their agenda and, although we are almost guaranteed one place in Rio through the results at this year's Asian Championships, we are trying to get more through a better ranking in the Asia Tour ." Cheung, who was given a rest for the Taiwan Tour, will be back in action, leading a five-member squad which also includes Ho, Leung, Mow and Chiu as they left for Bangkok yesterday.