Tag Archives: Cycling

Cyclogeography 5: Somewhere in Asia

When I was younger I used to watch re-runs of the stylish 60s TV cop series The Man From Uncle. Still like watching them now. Occasionally, a pre-sequence of an episode would typically begin with someone pursing someone with deadly … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 4: Spinning Tins & Rusty Ruins

Mikajima, Saitama, Japan I cycled through and around Mikajima one ferociously, hot afternoon early this month. Mikajima is a very rural area of Tokorozawa-shi , Saitama in Japan. In the middle of nowhere I felt, surrounded by fields, farms, orchards, … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 3:Tokyo to Saitama Drift

Drift Starting & Ending Points: Narita Higashi (Suginami-ku, Tokyo) -Nishi Sayamagaoka-Tokorozawa-shi, Saitama)  Distance (approx) 20 miles/33 kilometres An unusually bigger drift than normal. In fact, the starting and ending points are where I used to live to where I live … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 1: A Linear Drift Through West Tokyo

These past three weeks I’ve been facilitating in the classroom so my practice has been pretty much shelved. Though I try to keep a dialogue going between myself and blog, if and when I get a free moment. This week … Continue reading

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