Fri, May

Bike Touring In Japan – Youtube Livestream Interview With Robert Mcmanmon

10:00am – 11:00am

What’s it like cycling across Japan? Where are the best places to go on a bike tour? and with all the steep mountains, is this an activity only for hardcore cyclists or are their plenty of easy options too?

Tune in to our You Tube livestream chat with the founder of Bike Tour Japan, Robert Mcmanmon to hear the low down on cycling trips in Japan.

Robert has lived in Japan for many years, and is the founder of Bike Tour Japan

Event time is
10:00 Japan (Friday morn)
09:00 Singapore (Friday morn)
21:00 New York (Thursday eve)

Tune into the livestream on this link here.

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