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Cycling My Fuji and Fuji's Five Lakes

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October 22, 2010

Cycle Mode International Tokyo, November 5, 6, 7


Cycle Mode International 2010 is the largest sports bike exhibit and test-ride event in Japan, where new 2011 models of sports bikes, frames, parts, and bicycle wear are introduced and attendees can test-ride the newest model bicycles. The best part of the show is that you can test-ride and compare all the bikes - road bikes, cross bikes, mountain bikes, motor-assisted sports bikes, and the popular single-speed bikes -- brought together for this exhibit. Attendees can test-ride the bike of their choice, in a fun, comfortable atmosphere.


A large variety of dress-up and tune-up parts is part of the fun, too. The exhibit also includes casual wear for city cycling and cycling jerseys. Information on a number of related events is available.
Everybody will discover something new about cycling.

The event will be held at Makuhari Messe on November 5, 6, and 7.  Entry is Y1000 if purchased in advance, or Y1,200 on the day.  For more information visit the event homepage.