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    Yokosuka Ride?

    I just got stationed over here in Yokosuka and i am wanting to hit up some trails... Anyone interested on showing me around? or can i hop in on any group rides??
    I have been exploring so far and found some trails but i still feel lost and cant really read japanese symbols at all!!! hahah i did ride last night somewhere by zushi like off of 24... It was a sick night ride considering it was my second time out to that trail!!!! do people night ride over here? b/c i got some crazy looks from some civilians

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    ABE Stivers, Tyler
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    Check out Japan Overview, it show were some good decent trails are. I've found a few. There are plenty of trails around. Most of them, it's a question of whether or not it's rideable. I've been on some that I end up carrying my bike almost as much as I ride it.
    2009 Diamondback Overdrive

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    I can show you the trails at tama hills, there is a race there on the 30 of october 2011. You can register at yokota outdoor rec. Hit me up if you need a tour.

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    I'm hoping to ride the Tour de Tama in October, but we'll see if that happens or not.
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    The Tour de Tama race is a lot of fun. The trail is easy and fast and they have a class for all fitness levels...well at least all the fitness levels of normal people.

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    I'm looking for someone to ride with too. I shipped my bike and am waiting for it to arrive. Hit me up here for now if you guys have any information.

    Jason

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    My bike arrived on Saturday. Had it reassembled and ready for riding that night. The rear derailer needed adjusting but the bike mechanic at ORC fixed it 5 minutes and it shifts as smooth as butter. (Got to love Shimano SLX) I rode around between Yokosuka and Ikego on some trails I found online, but always looking for more people and trails so just let me know.

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    There are a bunch of us riding together now.

    If you look up Mountain Bike Gaijin in Facebook you will find us.

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