It’s not every day you see riding from Osaka Funny and having met him a few years ago, I can really appreciate his riding in video, as much as in person. Dude is persistant and consistant.
Posts Tagged ‘japan’
Here’s a new one from the Rapha Continental:
“In the spring of 2011, Rapha Japan set up a charity ride and asked for your help. We all rode for Tohoku. Everybody in Japan would like to take this opportunity to thank those who contributed. A little over a year later, general tourism is still out of the question in this area but for cyclists, there is no shortage of great roads to ride here.”
See more at Rapha.
Marco mixes it up for Sadio in Japan. Loving the fusion of his fast and precise riding with the pegs. Makes it look so easy doesn’t he?
Kinfolk posted up this baby blue road bike to their blog and I like what I see. The Brooks saddle is a great addition to this very classy build.
After years of development, Loop Magazine‘s website has been relaunched. Head over and check it out!
Photo by Brian Vernor
Watch out man! You’re on the wrong side of the road! Oh, wait, never mind. Brian Vernor was in Japan a few weeks back, shooting for Paved Magazine, on a story called Form and Function. You can see his article in print or catch some out takes over on his Flickr. How ’bout you do both?