Youth, energy, passion. The series is focused on the passion for cycling, but with the backdrop of an accounting firm, which is unusual in TVB dramas. This was indeed a refreshing theme and some of the scenes took place in Taiwan, so we got to see glimpses and bits of the scenery as they cycled around the various locations.
Moving onto the storylines, we have a few and here are brief outlines of them:
Jedi (Him Law) and Fighting (Sammy Sum) both shared the passion for bike racing. Although they attended different high schools, they shared a close bond for the same passion. But, one year Fighting left without a word because of his father’s failed business, the two friends lost contact. It was not until they worked at CHUR Accounting Associates that the two once again reconnected after all the years in between them. Fighting, on a few occasions chose money over friendship, angering Jedi. When Fighting realizes that Jedi likes Moon, he becomes envious and jealous. But, at the end, they rekindle their friendship through their interest.
Fighting and Moon (Sisley Choi) were childhood friends. Their fathers were business partners and the two families would vacation in Taiwan every summer. However, after Fighting’s father suffers a huge loss in his business, Fighting is forced to move back to Taiwan. It is only after he returns to Hong Kong that they once again revisit their childhood days. Fighting has always had a crush on Moon and wanted to confess, but always failed to without the right timing. His love towards her ignites again but he is troubled with Moon liking Jedi instead. At the end, he chooses to wish them happiness rather than live in envy.
Mucci (Hanjin Tan) and Vivian (Michelle Yim) are both co-workers and close friends. Vivian is the head secretary of the accounting firm and once helped Mucci overcome an event in the company. Since then, Vivian has been a mentor to him, offering him good advice on life inside and outside of the office environment. Vivian is someone Mucci respects greatly.
Jedi was the ‘buddy’ for Moon when she first entered the company. Questioned by her high energy levels and always so happy, he treated her like a confused young girl. He is also annoyed at her carelessness, always giving him troubles and matters to deal with. Moon eventually develops a crush on him, but because he was dating Lan Lan (Jinny Ng), she hides those feelings to herself. After Lan Lan and Jedi break up, Jedi cannot deny mutual feelings for Moon.
Mucci was Hillary’s (Rosina Lam) mentor when she entered the company as a trainee. Being a career oriented woman, Hillary soon saw their love relationship as a tool to help her climb the ladder up to a higher position. She breaks up with Mucci after she becomes a manager, not wanting to be pointed at and laughed at for depending on men to get to higher positions. She also becomes very protective of herself, creating an imaginary barrier between herself and her co-workers/friends. After her roommate and closest friend betrays her, she begins to reevaluate her attitude and ethics. On one hand she wants to be with Mucci again, but on the other hand, she wants to let go. When she challenges Mucci to find her at the place where she first cried in Taiwan, she was surprised to see Mucci there waiting for her. There, they reconcile.
Lan Lan originally dated Jedi, but they both realize they were only trying to please Vivian, Jedi’s mother. Love is not supposed to be like that, they realized. And Ted (Alan Wan) was Jedi’s friend and co-worker who was constantly drunk. Changing for the better and sharing similar interests, Lan Lan and Ted find love within one another and end up as a couple.
There is just so much positive energy in this series. But Sisley Choi had way too much… Her voice was kind of annoying and took some time to get used to. She also happened to be the only one in the office wearing these short shorts and high heels. The best in the series: Hanjin and Rosina unfortunately did not have their time to shine, as much as what they should have.