About us

We are who love cycling like you!

  • We are several members who love cycling.
  • We also have a lot of experiences cycling out of Japan.

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WATANABE, Eiichi 渡辺榮一

I enjoy cycling with my friends who visit Japan and/or live in Japan. In 2005, I ejoyed tours by bike along the JCN's Length of Japan for the sectors Otsu-Kyoto-Nara, Onomichi-Matsuyama-Hiroshima, and Nikko-Tokyo. I organize cycling excursion regulary in the countryside surrounding Chiba City (http://www.countryside-chiba.jp). My cycling experience? Over 50 years.

IKEDA, Kenichi 池田研一

ikeken.jpgA guy who love cycling abroad as much as in Japan. He've cycled 15000km and 14 countries by bike in eastern Africa in 1993.

His next journey was going around the world since 8th Aug.2001 to 25th Sep. 2005.
He had ridden in Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Bangladesh and India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austraria, Germany, Belgium, Holland, France, U.K., U.S.A., China, Russia and Japan.

The Journey was from here to here in the world, and also from Sapporo to Sapporo through the world.

He started to live in Sapporo again.

Emails from you are the most welcome!
>His web site[E][J]

TOMITA,Hideo 富田英夫

I participated in Honolulu Century Ride 2004 and traveled Ta smania by my bike. These touring were great experiences of mine though I re- recognized the wonderfulness of bike touring in Japan. Let me help your bike touring in Japan!

NAGANUNA, Osamu 長沼理

NAGANUMA, OsamuWho started this site in 1995.
He've traveled in New zealand.

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