|May 17, 2012|
Cycle Showroom: Bike Forum Aoyama
Try Your Hand at Riding 17 of the Latest Sports Bicycles at the Special
[Sports Bicycle "As Much As You Can Ride"] Exhibition and Test Ride Event
Cycle Co., Ltd. (President: Yuji Takeuchi) will host the special [Sports
Bicycle "As Much As You Can Ride"]
exhibition and test ride event at the Bike Forum Aoyama (Jingu-Mae, Shibuya-ku,
Tokyo) from May 24.
When it comes to actually purchasing a sports bicycle, many customers have trouble knowing which type to purchase out of the wide variety of models available in the mountain bike, road bike and cross bike categories. We have also heard that many people have a desire to test-ride the bicycles before finally deciding on the one to purchase. We therefore decided to host this exhibition and test ride event so that potential customers could try out the most recent sports bicycles and actually experience first-hand which one suits them best. The scale of this event is unprecedented, with a total of seventeen bikes available for test rides and a full line-up of sixteen bicycles on display. In addition to this, all visitors who test ride the bicycles will be presented with gifts of original aluminum drinking flasks adorned with the X2 TOKYO logo and cycling maps showing courses recommended by the Bike Forum Aoyama.
[Exhibits and Test Ride Bicycles]
* Racing spec. ANCHOR
* Casual sports ordina
* Urban speed cruiser HELMZ
* Fashionable urban RelaxyBike (display only)
The Bike Forum Aoyama hosts exhibitions of Bridgestone Cycle's most recent bicycles and a variety of other events relating to bicycles in order to spread the word to people throughout the country about the attractiveness of bright and healthy lifestyles that the use of bicycles can provide and a new style of bicycle culture.
[Outline of the Special [Sports Bicycle "As Much As You Can Ride"] Exhibition]
Venue: Bike Forum Aoyama
Address: 3-1-26 Jingu-Mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Six minutes walk from exit No.3 of the Gaien-Mae Station
on the Ginza Metro Line.
Business Hours: 11:00 to 19:00 (closed Wednesdays)
Period: May 24 (Thursday) to July 31 (Tuesday)