Friday, 26th September 2008
In Events In Japan,
Japan International Cycle Show comes to Tokyo in November
Bike enthusiasts are in for a treat this November when the Japan International Cycle Show takes place at the Tokyo Big Sight.
Leading brands from all over the world will be represented at the spectacular show which will feature the latest, pioneering technology from the world of pedal power. The building contains works of art by internationally renowned artists such as Michael Craig-Martin and Lee U-Fan.
In addition to the bikes, there will be a fashion show, a test-ride corner and a parts zone. There will also be a health care corner and a special presentations dedicated to cycling safety and comfort.
As the country attempts to promote its ecological credentials, the show will also aim to demonstrate how cycling can be embraced as carbon neutral alternative to cars.
Situated in Ariake in the Koto ward of the capital, Tokyo Big Sight is one of Japan's largest exhibition centres.
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