Riding through Tokyo – video

January 19, 2009 at 6:46 am 1 comment

Last Sunday saw the beginning of efforts to improve our fitness for the Cycle for Change project by mixing up our training with a bit of running. It seemed like a good idea at the time to go for a run around the Imperial Palace in Central Tokyo, so thats exactly what we did. Stayed of the booze the night before and got up early to beat the crowds and the threatening rain. Had to get there somehow so of we took the bikes and this is the video of our cycling trip into downtown Tokyo. For your veiwing pleasure we have cut down the original 25 mins to a more manageable two or three. If you have any riding around your town videos of your own, we would love to hear about them and maybe, just maybe, we might start a bit of video library of rides in cities from all over the world.
Anyway here’s our sunday ride through Tokyo, more to come soon. Enjoy!!!!

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  • 1. Otto  |  January 29, 2009 at 10:42 pm

    when it’s about training, Id train especially your arms and shouders too. Long rides on bad roads are heavy for handling…

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