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Old 02-25-04, 05:03 PM   #1
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Tokyo Here!

Greetings all! It's great to find a place where all our twowheel driven thoughts can get an airing! Anybody riding in Tokyo... or anywhere in Japan for that matter?? Catch you all on the forums! Ride on! G-
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Old 02-25-04, 05:35 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums G

There are indeed a couple of riders living in Japan. anikuma comes to mind. I'm sure they will pipe in real soon.
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Old 02-25-04, 07:07 PM   #3
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Hi Gregory - listen to any good JPOP while you're over there?

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Old 02-26-04, 09:17 PM   #4
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Hey All! Feelin' a tad silly here... I originally registered with my full name (Gregory Filson), but immediately figured that I would tire of that.... and seeing that the general trend was towards shorter, hipper user names, I changed my user name to 'JSpin'. Artie - Sorry for making it seem that there was a sudden influx of Tokyo riders in the Intro section... and no, I'm not much of a JPop fan... Catch you soon!
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Gus - Thanks for the heads up re: riders in Japan! I look forward to communicating with them soon! G-
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riders in tokyo

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Anybody riding in Tokyo... or anywhere in Japan for that matter?? G-
hey gregory! welcome to the forums . yes, there are quite a few riders here in the tokyo area. in fact we just had a big barbecue with most of us and then made some plans for rides for the coming year. we usually ride the arakawa cycling road, the tama cycling road, around tama lake at least once or twice a week, up to nikko, in the mountains in nagano, lots of places. where do you live? what do you ride?

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Hi,
I'm a teacher in Osaka-have just started cycling again. Went out to Lake Biwa today for a ride. Don't know about cycling in Tokyo, but today was the first day I got the bike in a bag and rode the JR! That was an experince!
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