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Japan Tour 2016!

   Last modified: February 4, 2021

Japan Tour 2016!

Coming up in only a few weeks we are headed back to Japan to visit dealers, do a party in Tokyo (several local DJ's and our own Sir Jeffrey G. The Archduke of Dance will be spinning) and attend the Bikelore festival. It's been two years since we've traveled to the land of the rising sun and we can't wait to see how our dealers and presence has changed and grown. 

On our first trip, there were a few All-City's around and in shops but since then Koshi, Juri, and our friends at our distro, Motocross Intl, have been making all the right moves to grow the brand and increase our ridership. We can't wait to get back there and meet our new dealers and get to know more of the folks who have chosen to get on board with what we're all about.  

On that trip we toured Tokyo, Nagoya, and even went to the Nobeyama cyclocross race where I was fortunate enough to win my first ever cross race! This time we're checking out Osaka, Nagoya, and Toyo. We will also be around at the Bikelore Festival all weekend on 12/3 and 12/4. 

Can't hardly wait!

To give you a little bit of the flavor of our last trip, here are a few favorite images.

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Above and all images below by Shuji











Hope to see you there!

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