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Date d'enregistrement : 28 novembre 2013

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oct 23 2016

Instant October 23, 2016 at 04:52PM

Lake Yamanaka (山中湖), Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

The Yamanaka Lake is one of the five lakes at the bottom of the giant Mount Fuji, of which you can see the first slopes in the background. It is know that as the clouds get stopped by the old volcano, clouds stay stuck here and create a …

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oct 21 2016

Instant October 21, 2016 at 10:04PM

Tsukui (津久井), Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

You know that you went too far when you road turns into something like this. There is a very impressive scenic road starting from the border of Tokyo, and going alongside the cliff upwards Tsukui lake. The first part is a big road with a few traffic, the second …

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oct 18 2016

Instant October 18, 2016 at 10:47PM

Mount Dodaira (堂平山展望台), Chichibu Prefecture, Japan

For my 6 hours training, I went up to Mount Dodaira, 80km north my house. The road goes up to the top, and a big observatory displays a 360° viewpoint. On the east side, you can see as far as Shinjuku and the center of Tokyo, on a …

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oct 15 2016

Instant October 15, 2016 at 11:37PM

Minami Uonuma (南魚沼), Niigata Prefecture, Japan

This is the landscape I had on the way to go to today’s race, my first one after a two months off the bike. Racing also offers these kind of bright moments. Pretty late in the afternoon, we finished a few minutes before the sunset, on the top …

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oct 13 2016

Instant October 13, 2016 at 03:35PM

Noto Peninsula (能登半島), Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan

The Noto peninsula reminded me Britanny, with a lot of fisherman villages and maritime vegetation. We made the full 300km loop around the whole peninsula without leaving seaside for more than one kilometer.

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oct 06 2016

Instant October 06, 2016 at 08:11PM

Sai Lake (西湖), Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan

Here is a picture of @cafeducycliste ‘s Francine in her natural environment. The first Mount Fuji of the year is always something worth celebrating, and this years’ has more colours than ever.

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oct 05 2016

Instant October 05, 2016 at 05:59PM

Yatsugatake (八ヶ岳), Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan

The Yatsugatake is a long chain of volcanos 100km north Mount Fuji, facing the Japanese Alps. As the Japanese famous giant, even if the summits don’t have the same perfect shape, the terrain is gradually ascending towards the mountain, displaying a continuous slope for more than 40 kilometers. In …

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oct 05 2016

Cape to cape : Takayama et le Mont Norikura

La suite de notre voyage nous a dirigés vers le sud, et nous avons quitté la péninsule de Noto pour les montagnes du centre-Japon. Le coeur, et le véritable défi de notre périple de 9 jours. En deux temps : d’abord, une longue étape marathon de 170 kilomètres. Pour un coursier comme moi, …

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oct 04 2016

Instant October 04, 2016 at 06:08PM

Mount Norikura (乗鞍岳), Gifu Prefecture, Japan

The Norikura Skyline is the highest paved road in Japan. Reaching 2800m from a 500m valley altitude in Takayama, this was basically our stage today. I helped all the guests to get to the top of their biggest climb ever, and so made more than 10 bonus kilometers …

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oct 02 2016

Cape to Cape : la Péninsule de Noto

Être guide, ce n’est pas se promener sur son vélo à 20km/h et raconter des histoires sur les lieux que l’on traverse. J’en serais bien incapable, je reste encore trop ignorant face à cette culture si éloignée de celle de mon éducation. C’est surtout prendre en charge toutes les tâches qui peuvent alléger …

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