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🇯🇵Tour of Japan 2019 | Team BridgeLane X Kenji Muto

Tour of Japan has been the country’s largest cycle road race event succeeded to “International Cycle Road Race” which was held 14 times between 1982 to 1995. In 1996, the race has changed its name and was held as “Tour of Japan” taking advantage of the opportunity when UCI has officially approved it as stage race event.
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Kenji Muto | Nagoya, Japan 🇯🇵

Shot by Mike Dann

Name/City: Kenji Muto Quiróz | Nagoya, Japan

Type of cycling you do: Fixed gear mostly.

Tell us a little about the cycling culture in Japan: Japan has a vast cycling culture. From Road to Track. Cycling culture is everywhere in Japan. On the streets, at the countless bike shops and even on Japanese comics (Manga). Also Keirin (Japanese track race) has a lot of popularity among old and young people. The olders go to Keirin track to bet on the racers. The...