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int postNumber = "1252180";
String image = "Mia Shirakawago.jpg";
String date = "11/01/18(Thu)09:07:18";
String comment = "Just got home from a one-month tour of Japan, AMA";

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252185 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:15:47" && image=="BMC tokyo.jpg")

"One of the most amazing things about touring in Japan, or cycling in general is that you pretty much can just leave your shit anywhere and it'll be fine. No one steals. That means you never have to carry all your baggage with you when you hop off the bike to go for a hike or check some cool stuff out! Check out this full Dura Ace BMC Team Machine parked in downtown tokyo without a lock.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252188 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:43:17")

"post lots of pictures man and tell us some stories";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252190 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:48:37" && image=="monstrosity.jpg")

"Cycling culture in cities in Japan is huge but really inefficient, people mostly ride total jalopies on the sidewalk at near walking speed with the tires nearly completely uninflated. There are Bianchi mini velos everywhere there that are actually pretty cool though.
I'm not super happy with a lot of the photos I took on my phone camera, but I'll post some of the better ones / more amusing stuff!

Will probably end up making another thread once I get the 20 rolls of film I shot developed too!"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252193 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:52:18" && image=="cozy tokyo.jpg")

"If you're ever cycling in a Japanese city, try to stick to the roads that are more narrow and can't accommodate lots of car traffic. They're more scenic + comfy and you'll have more room to maneuver. There are very few dedicated bike lanes so riding in traffic on a fully loaded bike is less than fun, and the sidewalks are brutal for bumps and navigating pedestrians.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252194 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:55:56" && image=="my bike is my office.jpg")

"Visited Blue Lug in Tokyo, amazing shop full of rad lil odds and ends, imported american stuff as well as tons of Japanese goodies you'd never find in North America. Bike shops in Japan on the whole are fucking great, you can still get Araya touring bikes, Bridgestone, Nitto bars for <$20 USD, 10 Speed shimano chains for ~$22USD, tons of Dia Compe shit, a crazy selection of Panaracer tires, bridgestone tires etc";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252195 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:57:03" && image=="airport fun.jpg")

"reassembling my bike in front of the airport";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252196 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)09:58:23" && image=="mia tokyo.jpg")

"The rig by the river in Tokyo when she looked somewhat respectable, before the one pannier fell apart entirely";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252198 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:05:36" && image=="bear pond espresso.jpg")

"if you're spoiled by the craft beer in the PNW like me, don't bother in Japan, it's obscenely expensive and not really all that incredible.
think I paid something like $6 CAD for 200ml in one brewery.

There's definitely some great 3rd wave coffee to be had in Tokyo, Osaka & Kyoto, but it's also like $6-$7 CAD for a double Macchiato though so it can be pretty rough on the wallet"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252199 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:06:40" && image=="nitto bar cheap.jpg")

"$18 USD Nitto bar";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252200 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:06:56")

Oy vey Japan needs more diversity!"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252201 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:08:04" && image=="araya rando.jpg")

"Araya Rando bike for only like $880 USD, not sure of the tubing spec but decent looking sugino crank and racks!";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252203 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:11:03")

>claris 2400
>downtube shifters
>dat saddle angle, esp. With a brooks
>wtf are they trying to kill that rear mech?

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252204 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:11:06" && image=="Piss alley.jpg")

"Piss Alley in Shinjuku, a great spot for tiny 5 seater bars with Yakitori (meat on a stick) and decently priced beer";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252206 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:13:32")

>implying there is something wrong with cantis
and personally I don't see a problem with downtubes on a bike designed after a classic style. Claris is about all you'd get at that pricepoint across the board in the states tho"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252207 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:15:07" && image=="japanese clif bars.jpg")

"you can't get CLIF bars in Japan, I recommend substituting tuna filled rice balls and Asahi Super Dry";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252208 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:18:34" && image=="beware of cagers.jpg")

"beware of cagers";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252209 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:19:37" && image=="holy shit.jpg")

"a typical Japanese clunker abandoned by the riverside bike path

don't ask me how they fucked it up this bad"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252210 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:25:02" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 7.21.32 AM.png")

"I started riding after dicking around in Tokyo for a couple days. First day I rode from my Hotel in Kawasaki to a highway rest stop in Kasukabe. 113km. One unfortunate thing about riding in Japan is that if you're not in the mountains, you're in the city, and on a loaded touring bike the constant stopping and starting of urban riding can be fucking brutal.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252213 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:30:12" && image=="beware of boar.jpg")

"Beware of boar! Although I wanted to, I never actually saw any wild boar on the trip - the locals told me I'm better off";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252215 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:30:37")

y not sake tho

man touring japan would be a dream for me
how hard do you think it would be to go as a veg*an? I've heard it's almost impossible which is kinda bumming me out
do you have a rough itinerary? like which regions did you visit? did you use the trains?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252218 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:42:04" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 7.35.00 AM.png")

I drank a fair bit of sake but it just doesn't scratch that ice cold refreshing beer itch for me. I think being vegan would be really difficult, especially with the language barrier. I mean you'd at least be missing out on pretty much all the food, but you'd survive I'm sure.
Here's my original route. Unfortunately because it took longer than I'd hoped to get through the alps I had to cut out pretty much the entire Kyushu portion. I took a ferry from Kitakyushu back to Osaka, and rode from there back to Tokyo to fly home. The only train I took other than subways to get around cities on my rest days was from Nagano to Jigokudani Monkey Park. It was cozy as hell."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252220 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:44:19" && image=="cozy boy.jpg")

pic is the cozy boy I rode"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252221 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:45:53" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 7.45.05 AM.png")

view from the cozy boy"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252223 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:48:07" && image=="snow monkeys.jpg")

snow monkeys at the monkey park, this place is super rad. The monkeys live in the wild but they feed them in the park so they come down to visit with the humans every day. There are like 60 of them all walking around your feet like housecats, watching the babies play is amazing"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252225 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:50:33" && image=="Jigokudani.jpg")

The park is also centered around a hot spring where the monkeys bathe in the winter, and there's a small hotel and restaurant as well as open air hot spring bath there for people, too. It was too warm to bother when I was there, but it's a really beautiful place"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252229 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)10:58:16" && image=="panasonic breakaway.jpg")

Taking trains in Japan is unfortunately, not super convenient for cyclists. Unlike in the states where you just pay a little extra to bring your bike on the train, in Japan you have to disassemble it and put it in a special "rinko" bag. As much as I would have liked to take the train at some points of the trip, it was too much hassle and expense to get a bag, take the bike apart to fit, haul all my bags separately on the train, and pay for the trains themselves. Then again, they don't derail like amtrak trains, so it's probably worth it. Here's a pic of a Japanese tourist showing me his Panasonic breakaway frame, used to make train travel easier."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252238 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)11:12:58")


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252251 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)11:29:40" && image=="morning scenery.jpg")

"Where day 1 was mostly flat cycling north along the river, day 2 I got my first taste of the mountains. I rode from the rest stop to an onsen in Midori near the base of Mt. Akagi, but unfortunately the bath was closed for the evening, so I decided to push on in the rain. Once I left the main highway for a more scenic road, the pitch black, narrow winding road and driving rain were too much to continue, and I felt I was missing out on the scenery, so I pitched my hammock in the trees by a river on the roadside. In the morning I woke up to this view, on the top of that hillside there was a train track overlooking the river below and the commuter trains would periodically roll by as I cooked breakfast.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252254 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)11:31:38" && image=="midori.jpg")

more of a little ridge, not a hillside

The fog gradually lifted from the mountains as I began the day's ride, the scenery here was incredible"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252267 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)11:48:01")

Nartia or Haneda?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252275 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)12:13:51")

flew into Haneda, out of Narita"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252282 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)12:33:00" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 9.28.28 AM.png")

Day 3 I was riding from Midori to Nikko. Once I got to Nikko I started heading north to Mt. Chausu, but on the advice of a wise restauranteur I decided to head for Lake Chuzenji and cut Chausu from the route to save time and not freeze my ass off. (I had lost a day because the airline fucked up getting my bike on my flight, and getting through the mountains was taking significantly longer than expected)

Although I really wished I'd had a lighter rig, I also really wished I had a heavier sleeping bag. As it was I could do with about 10 degrees overnight, which made sleeping on top of mountains really difficult to impossible. If I ascended that day, I had to be sure I could get down the same day. Made for a somewhat stressful experience later when I got into the proper Japanese Alps."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252293 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)13:16:37")

If you're from the PNW why are you giving equivalencies in Leaf Bux?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252294 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)13:19:11")

because vancouver u melon"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252307 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)14:42:46" && image=="Midori2.jpg")


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252311 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)14:46:54" && image=="overgrown bridge.jpg")

"More from day 3. In Japan, natural disasters frequently cause the closure of roads and destruction of infrastructure, so sometimes you encounter really cool shit like this overgrown bridge";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252315 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)14:58:37")

Nice, glad to see you again. I remember your bike from the pybt because dangling boiz. What was your most memorable ride of the whole journey?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252320 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)15:16:49")

"Did the nips give you props for your choice of touring bike?";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252328 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)15:27:21" && image=="fuckingsaddle.jpg")

Can't get caught not danglin' (I don't think I used that mug once the whole trip lmao)
Fuck, good question
The Shiminami Kaido cycling road is pretty incredible, as well as the coastal cycling road at Cape Irago on my way back to Tokyo.
a few! Most people I met didn't seem to be familiar with the golden age of Miyata. The only ones I saw there were some more modern low-mid end commuters. Oh and a sick alumitech in a shop on Shodoshima island. Tons of rad Panasonics and bridgestones though (forgive this man for his poor choice of saddles)"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252329 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)15:32:42")

honestly I can't choose though, The passes in the alps were super memorable if at times a bit miserable, and descending from the pass between Mt. Fuji and Mt. Ashitaka was amazing as well, all the leaves were changing colour and the landscape was full of mountains of all different shapes and sizes towering over me, each time I'd go through a tunnel there was another set of mountains all around me, and I kept waiting for the inevitable ascent up one of the mountains, but because of the tunnels I just coasted all the way down to the Tokyo metropolitan area, even cat 6'd some freds."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252336 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)15:41:35")

Holy shit that bike is siiiiick
The saddle is wtf though, yeah"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252341 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)15:52:19")

and having that kind of saddle with that kind of drop
so weird???"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252388 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)18:53:25")

"do you speak nipponese?";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252436 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)21:53:51")

good man, I plan on using HND to enter Japan but I can go either way with leaving the country"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252437 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)21:57:51")

I don't, and people who speak english fluently there are few and far between, but they're happy to have conversations with google translate and will always go out of their way to help you when you're in need. Honestly though, the constant questions about what you're doing and where you're going you get on a bike tour get considerably more tiresome than usual with the language barrier
Id say fly out of Haneda if you can, it's more accessible from Tokyo"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252438 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)21:59:18")

I know, but NRT has more options to the USA and I hope to God that by 2019 or 2020 JAL will fly direct from NRT to MIA, also JAL works for me because I am a AAdvantage member, same reason why I fly Iberia to Europe"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252440 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:03:53")

I don't have nearly enough experience flying to understand all those airport abbreviations, but do you have any advice on how I can start collecting miles of some kind to make future travels less expensive?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252441 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:09:48")

Once I left the main highway for a more scenic road, the pitch black, narrow winding road and driving rain were too much to continue, and I felt I was missing out on the scenery, so I pitched my hammock in the trees by a river on the roadside. In the morning I woke up to this view, on the top of that hillside there was a train track overlooking the river below and the commuter trains would periodically roll by as I cooked breakfast.
10/10 c o m f y"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252443 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:10:50")

"was it easy to free camp ? what were the campgrounds like?";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252444 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:12:26")

Just join the mileage program for any airline you like and fly them and their partners. Also get a credit card but it can be risky due to APR and Interest. I have AAdvantage because I live near a AA hub and I fly AA's partner Iberia, so I get lots of miles and I use my credit card too so I have about 25K miles at least. It's good enough for a round trip from MIA-ORD on a 767 in economy but I want 60K minimum for Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, or Tokyo"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252446 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:18:03" && image=="lake biwa.jpg")

mad easy, you can sleep in parks and shrines no problem, and there are also a lot of highway rest stops
but if you get cheaper prices through flying different airlines do you really benefit in the end? I flew Philippine Airlines to Japan because it was simply the cheapest flight I could book, I cant imagine the miles I would have earned on another airline would've been worth the extra $100-$200"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252448 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:19:13")

JAL is fucking good and I'm willing to pay a little (not a lot) for good service and to be away from no frills trash fliers"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252449 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:20:56")

I have literally nothing to compare it to but Phillipine Airlines was pretty okay
2 meals on a 10 hour flight plus free booze, complimentary eye mask & inflight movies"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252450 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:26:52")

Being vegan in Japan is easy dude
I was there for two weeks and had no problems
Just be prepared to eat a lot of rice"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252451 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:27:43")

Generally flag carriers are better than US Airlines. I fly Iberia a lot to Madrid and the service was light years ahead of AA when I did it with them"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252455 && dateTime=="11/01/18(Thu)22:45:55")

Guessing the case is the same for Canadian airlines?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252500 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)02:13:04")

there's a whole thread about it

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252515 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)03:29:50")

I hope you enjoyed all your fish stock"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252529 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)04:56:03")

yeah I'm kinda worried about the fish stock/sauce etc.
did you go to more rural areas and if so was it as easy there as in cities?
man this looks absolutely amazing! what was the temp like? looks kinda chilly"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252533 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)05:06:10" && image=="deathtoanime.jpg")

">severe self imposed dietary restrictions
>cycle touring
lol why dont u just travel to other countries and take a shit on the people there"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252536 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)05:16:03")

There is always vegetarian food available wherever Buddhism is practiced."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252537 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)05:22:16")

""no i won't eat that"
>things to say if you want to cycle tour and still be an autist who has nothing to do with locals"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252599 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)09:17:13")

"Has anyone cycled through Korea? I know they have a cycle path that goes right across the country. If I ever get out that way I would combine Korea and Japan into one big tour. Expensive though, just the cost of fights would cover a nice tour in Europe";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252649 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)12:16:00")

wasn't cold, worst it got in october was like 8 degrees overnight in the last week or so of the month
at that point it was maybe 14? (celsius obv)
I flew to Japan round trip from Canada for $800 CAD, really not so bad."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252735 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)15:58:41" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 7.47.25 PM.png")

"Hosoo pass on day 3, an old pre-automobile road used to move copper from the nearby mining town to Nikko in order to build its famous copper adorned temples. Got 2 fucking flats descending from it because the typhoons had littered huge branches and leaves all over the road";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252738 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)16:10:22" && image=="children's drawings.jpg")

after I took counsel from the restauranteur I headed southwest towards lake Chuzenji and stopped in a small town to soak in the hot spring and enjoy some kind of festival of lights that was happening there"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252741 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)16:14:43")

Are the cities filled with 3-speed mamachari's with under-inflated tires?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252743 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)16:16:34")

to the brim"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252756 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)17:09:49")

I could move there, It's the same here, except some mommy bikes have 7 gears hubs.
Theres serious money to be made replacing torn tires becuause of riding with too low of a tire pressure."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252824 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)21:19:04")

I don't understand how so many people can ride with their saddles too low and tires underinflated, but a lot of the mamachari's in Japan are e-bikes so I guess they may notice the underinflation less?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252871 && dateTime=="11/02/18(Fri)23:31:13" && image=="1366669533481.jpg")

that sounds incredible"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252891 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)00:40:08")

hell yeah onigiri! I snacked on so many of these while touring Japan.

You must have been following a similar guide - that looks like the exact route we took from Tokyo to Kyoto. Fuckin' gorgeous.

The hot springs are fantastic, you missed out. We did hot springs maybe 5 out of 7 nights.

You don't have to disassemble it *much*. It was as simple as taking the front wheel off, strapping it to the frame, and bagging the bike. And the trains are amazing."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252918 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)04:19:37")

Length of Japan I imagine? Seemed everyone I met who was touring was familiar with it, and the free campsites map.
Oh I went to some onsen, just not that particular one as it was mid day. Shirakawago was probably my favourite.
I'd probably take a rinko bag the next time I go to Japan, I just couldn't afford one, or to take the trains too much.

How was the weather on Cape Irago while you were there? It's fucking gorgeous there, looks like the California coast."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1252985 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)11:39:31")

"Were there any sites you recommend for finding bike friendly routes through Japan?

How difficult was it to bring your bike with you? I'm going to be moving there next spring, and debating whether I try to bring my bike with me, or buy a new one over there.

When looking for places to camp, did you have a guide for where you can stay, or did you set up camp whenever you came across a park?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253015 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)13:54:42")


unfortunately it's really hard to get turn by turn directions out of the routes on this site, but I enjoyed most of the route I did quite a lot.

It was super easy for me to bring my bike, just boxed it up and brought it as a checked bag, but you need to check your airline's policy.

You can pretty much camp in any park, but there's a free campsites and hot springs guide you can find easily if you google it and plug into google maps"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253047 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)14:59:12" && image=="Nikko.jpg")

"the view on the way from Nikko to Lake Chuzenji";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253049 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)15:00:18" && image=="Nikko bridge.jpg")

"A historic bridge in Nikko";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253233 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)05:21:15")

If you guys have flexibility in term.of time then I am sure you can cross the Pacific with not much more than crossing Atlantic."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253255 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)06:27:52")

"Looking to tour through Kyushu for a week some time in April/May.

What kind of gear would you recommend? Can I get away with just a hammock or should I go full tent+sleepingbag?

Do I need to bring a stove with me or can I survive of convenience stores?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253259 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)07:11:37")

"Did you watch any Keirin ??";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253275 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)07:46:50")

>you can't talk to people unless you eat meat with them
I've been invited into people's homes loads of times on tour, drinking beer of them or having coffee, if they offer me something not vegan I just say no thanks
i mean sure of course i'm "missing out" on some culinary experiences but I don't want them in the first place since they involve meat, and in some cultures it's considered rude to not eat when someone's offering but a quick explanation later and people usally get it. noone's ever gotten upset"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253276 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)07:50:39")

"how is the language barrier? do you get to connect with people at all? how hard is it to find stuff when you can't read";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253401 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)16:28:34" && image=="typical japanese pass.jpg")

"A typical Japanese pass on the way from Nikko to Lake Chuzenji
I used a Hammock but I wasn't really able to get down to Kyushu, I'm sure it'd be fine though. I think April / May is probably around the same temp as october.
No :( fuck I forgot
It's somewhat difficult but in many cases people speak a few words of english so you can get by, and some speak well enough you can actually have conversations. I actually had a really fun time in bars having conversations via google translate though. As for finding things, it depends on what you're looking for, but some simple phrases like "arimasu ka" which is "do you have" are super helpful. Restaurants are easy to find (when there are any,) same with convenience stores. Sometimes it was hard to find bike shops that were equipped to deal with anything but Mamacharis, but I'm a mechanic so the only trouble there was finding tubes or pumps with gauges to get my pressure topped up right."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253402 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)16:33:54")

Japanese are racist as fuck for good reason."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253406 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)16:36:25")

switchback 27 of said pass (it's almost as if it's taunting you)"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253407 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)16:37:38" && image=="Switchback 27.jpg")

forgot pic"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253435 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)17:56:58")

>if they offer me something not vegan I just say no thanks
jesus christ faggot

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253440 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)18:13:13")

you know it's not his thread right"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253455 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)19:03:02")

Thanks for the comfy thread op, listening to spring growth by himekami while lurking."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253463 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)20:30:22" && image=="views from switchback.jpg")

no problem! Here's a pic of the view from the switchbacks"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253481 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)22:21:10")

i did a tour last year across the mountains, u making me miss it :)"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253484 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)22:24:58" && image=="m1UywA6tIq3sXUdJrZuJdKkiYQ7JSmergnZ-mZ0vO6g-1152x2048.jpg")

woops that picture had my face it in"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253495 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)23:35:14")

You're a cute boy."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253530 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)01:45:41" && image=="kegon falls.jpg")

"Kegon Falls after the pass";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253532 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)01:49:17" && image=="Lake chuzenji.jpg")

"Lake Chuzenji
What was your route? Looks like it must've been a warmer time of year than I went. Any typhoons?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253533 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)01:58:53" && image=="panasonic breakaway2.jpg")

"A japanese touring cyclist shows me his Panasonic frame with couplings to make putting it in a rinko bag easier";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253593 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)07:12:41")

how successful was /project Japanese wife/?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253634 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)09:06:20")

Damn OP, that's one of my dreams. Thanks for the comfy thread. I toured Scotland for a month this year and wanted to tour Japan next year, but then life caught up with me and now that project it's on ice for a long, long time.

Can you upload the .gpx of your route somewhere?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253640 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)09:22:13")


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253642 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)09:33:01")

Ok, so the rear brake housing has a coupler on it, but neither of the shift cables has one. What is the method of dealing with those cables when the frame is uncoupled?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253644 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)09:49:14")

you could get easily get quite a lot of slack in the cables just by shifting into the big ring and the large cogs and then downshifting without pedaling"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253682 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)12:13:51")

how someone can be this buttblasted for absolutely no reason is beyond me"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253683 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)12:14:54")

What solar panel, and would you recommend? I'm prepping for a 1 year bike tour, starting in summer 2019."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253693 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)12:51:46")

get a dynamo instead, much easier and much more reliable. there are several dynamo usb chargers, some that sit in the place of your headcap (not for quill stems obv) but are usally super expensive or crappy
I've used a son 28 hub and a sinewave revolution charger, has worked great for about two-three months of active touring
where are you headed G? one year is rad as hell"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253701 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)13:35:33")

I imagine:
but you could probably also just disconnect the shifters from the bosses?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253702 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)13:37:01")

lol I had no interest in meeting women there desu
or at least not enough to try. Didn't imagine casual sex would be easy with the language barrier, and who would want to marry someone they can't communicate fluently with?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253704 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)13:39:33")

maybe i'll compile all my strava rides into a google my map, would be more accurate that way!
Man if you're going that long and you have the extra bread go dynamo hub, fuck the solar panel. It works pretty decently if it's getting direct sun but if it clouds over even a bit forget about it, plus it's a hassle to keep it rigged up, out of the way and pointed at the sun. Great option if you can't afford a dynamo though, just make sure to pair it with a power bank, or ideally 2 power banks so you can always have one charging. It's an Anker one from amazon btw, not sure if there are better ones in the same price point but I can't imagine expecting too much more from it."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253716 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)14:00:11")

I don't want a dynamo, really. I could afford one, Not really into electronic stuff on the bike. I guess I'll just use WarmShowers once a week or so. I did that before on a 6 week tour and it worked okay, plus I get to wash clothes/shower properly.

Gonna start in the north of Sweden, head down Finland and more-or-less follow the Iron Curtain Trail to Istanbul or Athens, then spend winter hopping around Mediterranean islands and north Africa, then in Spring head to Cadiz or Malaga and head up Spain, through Barcelona, then to Annecy, Milan, Dolomites, Austria/Salzburg, Munich, then back down through Switzerland and head straight across the middle of France for the west coast. Up to the north coast; Brittany, then head east again along the coast visiting WW2 sites...dunno where I'll finish. Still working stuff out. I'll probably change route a lot because I don't like to plan too much."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253719 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)14:02:59" && image=="BikeRoute.png")

I used this to map my tour into a single map. Worked super well."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253734 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)14:24:29")

Misogynist white supremacist with yellow fever.

Something about white women being whores who don't know their place or something rather."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253748 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)14:50:50" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-05 at 11.45.48 AM.png")

that tour sounds rad as fuck, I hear Turkey is a lovely place to tour, extremely friendly & hospitable people.
thanks! That tour looks rad as hell, how did you find the people in portugal / spain?
yeah pretty much"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253750 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)14:51:52")

In case you're confused, I took a ferry to Osaka once I reached kitakyushu
v sad I didn't get to explore Kyushu at all :("

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253788 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)16:48:42")

I lived in Spain for a year before doing it. Spain was fantastic. Empty roads, good tarmac, very friendly and helpful people. Portugal was sort of the opposite, in one small town deep in the mountains we didn't feel safe at all...people were very anti us being there. But in larger towns it was okay.

BTW I am both >>1253719 and >>1253716"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253794 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)17:07:13")

For some reason I had thought Portugal would be good people-wise. Was France more similar to Spain or Portugal (I imagine in France & Italy the people would be difficult but maybe if you're cycling it's better?)
Fuck I wish i could do a huge long tour like the one you're planning, I don't know how people can afford it. But then, I'm also terrible at making good habits of cooking when I'm touring so I blow a lot on food. Don't let anyone tell you Japan isn't expensive either, there is some good value but the portions aren't usually big and when you're touring you generally want to eat a lot."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253879 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)21:49:57")

so not good then
sorry about that lad"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253905 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)22:52:36")

here is my google mymap of the route. it was really just a ride of death lmfao."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253914 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)23:32:34")

I saved it for reasons
I'm sorry"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1253943 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)01:07:29")

I think in general the people are, I think we just had an isolated bad experience in that one town. We were only in Portugal for 2 days or so.
Spain and the Spanish were great, but when I got to France it got even better. They respect cyclists. I was planning on following La Velodyssee, a 1200km cycle path from the border of Spain to Roscoff, where I got the ferry, but in the end it was so clogged with dawdling tourists and it wound through every park, cafe, restaurant, campsite, beach, toilet and attraction in the way that I just went on the roads. The cars were super respectful, and the further I got from the tourist region the better it got.
As for time, being able to afford it...I think a lot of people use it as an excuse. Not that you are. But you'll adapt your spending to suit your budget. On that Spain/France trip I was spending about €5-6 a day, average, and I wasn't being super careful."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254046 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)12:26:22")

try doing it on an 80lb rig"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254412 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)13:36:53" && image=="waterfall after chuzenji.jpg")

"Another waterfall after another pass
I suppose it makes sense the french might be kinder to you if you're a cyclist. I hear they have a low tolerance for people who don't speak the language. What season did you go in? Do you reckon that route would be crowded all year?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254413 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)13:37:56" && image=="waterfall after chuzenji.jpg")

ugh why low-res"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254414 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)13:40:45" && image=="Yuno Lake.jpg")

"Yuno lake 1,483m elevation";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254415 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)13:44:40" && image=="Above the sea.jpg")

Comfy Japanese elevation sign related"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254420 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)13:54:12" && image=="Mt. Konseizan.jpg")

"The pass over Mt. Konseizan was fucking brutal, largely because it was the third pass of the day. I could see it coming by the guardrails of the switchbacks towering over me, and I had thought there would be another opportunity to buy food after lake Chuzenji, so I was getting pretty hungry. About 1/3 of the way up the pass the headwind was so strong I could barely continue, so I decided to stop and cook some instant noodles, which was the only food I had.

It was getting to be quite cold up there, and of course because of the strong winds I had a hell of a time lighting my camp stove. After about 5 minutes I finally managed to get it burning, but then as I was going to pour water into my frying pan I knocked the bottle over and put the stove out ;_;
Immediately afterwards I got a nosebleed from the elevation change, so I was sitting on the side of the road eating dry instant noodles and trying to stop my nose from bleeding, it was definitely one of the most miserable moments of the trip"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254635 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)03:13:08" && image=="bch_time_analysis_hourly22.png")

how does it feel wasting your life when in the same time you could have 10x'ed your portfolio trading cryptocurrency?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254647 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)03:44:12")

shut the fuck up man take it to some other board"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254659 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)05:01:31")

>my sole meaning of life is to make money
how does it feel having absolutely no depth as a person"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254765 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)15:04:37")

but I could like
still do that anytime I want?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254890 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)21:39:31" && image=="Rest sotp.jpg")

Thankfully shortly after the pass there was a rest stop, still must have been about 1500m elevation, hung out there and rebuilt my morale with a couple asahis and some Udon. After that it was 40km of continuous gradual ascent. Fucking blissful desu"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254891 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)21:43:31" && image=="onsen slipper.jpg")

"i am only a size 9.5 but every time I was given slippers in Japan they were too small. This was at the onsen (Hot Spring) in Numata I stopped at at the end of Day 4. After my bath I drank some Sake by a coy pond and made my camp in the bushes nearby";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254892 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)21:46:18" && image=="Peaceful pumpkin.jpg")

"Many of the Onsen in Japan are somewhat like a community center would be in North America, there would be a little cafe and a communal room where you could sit on the floor and watch Japanese game shows. Beer vending machines, a restaurant and often free green tea! This one had a pumpkin weight guessing contest in the works.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254893 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)21:52:48" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-08 at 6.48.45 PM.png")

"Day 4 was only 82km, 1851m of climbing. To be honest I didn't train much leading up to this tour and it took me awhile to get into a good rhythm.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254894 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)21:56:41" && image=="Agatsuma gorge.jpg")

"Agatsuma Gorge.
On day 5 I had planned to deviate from the length of Japan route and go over the pass of Mt. Shirane to reach Jigokudani Monkey Park in Nagano Prefecture."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254896 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:04:46" && image=="Screen Shot 2018-11-08 at 6.56.01 PM.png")

"Mt. Shirane is famous for the beautiful crater lake on its peak. I hauled ass up this mountain hoping to make it to the monkey park before it closed at 5pm. (The sun sets from 5 - 5:30 in Japan in October) Unfortunately, when I reached the pass I found that the road was closed. Apparently there's currently a very high risk of Shirane erupting, and the area 1km around the crater is restricted. I had to turn around and go back to the point where I'd deviated from Length of Japan.

Obviously, this is not my photo. I really hope I did some shooting with my film camera on this ride because I don't seem to have many digital shots from the Shirane Pass, which was gorgeous."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254897 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:07:11" && image=="Kusatsu Ski lift.jpg")

"The view from the road after I had descended most of the pass back to Kusatsu Onsen, having climbed 400 metres for nothing";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254898 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:08:25" && image=="Gunma farmland.jpg")

"A beautiful valley in Gunma, nearing Nagano prefecture.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254901 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:12:53" && image=="Cliffside train.jpg")

"A train at a cliffside station in Mihara";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254904 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:16:13" && image=="Grocery store cliff.jpg")

"I sat outside of a grocery store staring at this cliff & drinking a Sapporo. I weighed my options. I had already ridden quite far that day. I was already behind schedule on the tour, the mountains in Japan were honestly kicking my ass. I decided that if I was going to make it to the monkey park without losing far too much time, I had to make it to Nagano that day.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254908 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:22:44" && image=="Nagano prefecture.jpg")

That is to say I had to make it to Nagano CITY that day.

As the sun set, I reached Nagano prefecture."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254910 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:23:49" && image=="SEEP LAND.jpg")

"I was tempted to stop in for a good SEEP in Sugadaira, but I pressed on.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254952 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)00:48:20")

See any highschool girls?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254953 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)00:49:23")

I don't possess the know how."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254976 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)03:12:54")

probably? I don't really pay attention to high school girls because I am an adult"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1254993 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)05:39:48" && image=="1416688814313.jpg")

>he goes to Japan and doesnt buy 14 yo student dirty panties"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255019 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)09:35:03" && image=="hqdefault.jpg")

Dümp eet"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255355 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)14:55:34" && image=="Visibility into Nagano.jpg")

I had to descend from about 1300m to about 450m elevation from Sugadaira to Nagano, and a thick fog had settled in on the mountain. It was too cold at that elevation to spend the night, and I was fixed on making Nagano city that evening anyways, so I began the descent down the huge fucking pass into the city
pic related was the visibility at the time"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255359 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:03:26" && image=="20171126_075931.jpg")

>too cold at that elevation to spend the night

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255361 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:05:51")

With the equipment I had, yes.

Was I supposed to pull a warmer sleeping bag out of my ass? Or kill a wild boar and climb inside it?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255365 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:20:08")

Goodness, you sound defensive. There's no need to be upset when some anon insinuates that you might have, in theory, done something slightly differently."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255367 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:23:51")

somewhat obtuse to assume I didn't have a reason for saying it was too cold, don't you reckon?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255368 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:25:55")

I assumed it was because you were unprepared and/or a pussy."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255371 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:30:49")

If by unprepared you mean I deliberately chose to carry a lighter sleeping bag to save weight and was thereby limited to camping at lower elevations, yeah. Hammocks are also exposed to the air on all sides so require warmer sleeping bags than tents.

If I did it again I think I probably would bring a slightly heavier sleeping bag but ditch the front rack / get larger panniers for the back. In any case, I couldn't afford to spend money on any of that shit before I left, so I did it with the rig I did."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255373 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:38:21" && image=="20180320_064631s.jpg")

Well, nicely done either way. One of the reasons I love touring is that it's much easier to carry heavy/bulky gear than on foot, so flirting with the snow line is rarely an issue. With that said, I'm sure your kit was much lighter than mine, which has its own advantages."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255378 && dateTime=="11/10/18(Sat)15:49:03")

Yeah even as it was the weight was pretty brutal climbing the mountains there. It's a really hard balance to strike when you're touring. Last trip I did felt like I didn't have quite enough stuff / space, this time felt like slightly too much."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255494 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)00:25:49")

"How convenient will it be to bring a folding bike to Japan?I'm going on Monday?";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255499 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)01:00:39")

How do you mean? Like to take it on the plane, or to take it on the trains there?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255509 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)01:49:46")

Yes both.sorry for not being clear, my plan was to take my folding bike to Japan. Ride the train then ride my bike when I get to my destination. I planned about 24 or so different places in 30 days"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255515 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)02:21:50")

You'll still need a bag for it to take it on the train I think? But should be easy so long as you have one. I don't know if I'd even bother. Cycling in cities in Japan sucks, you might be better off just using local transit and walking if you have the JR pass anyways"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255517 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)02:29:35")

Does it really? I thought it's just a better alternative to renting bikes every day."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255524 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)02:49:07")

There are almost never bike lanes and everyone rides on the sidewalk. You can ride on the street but with the heavy traffic and lights it's not incredibly efficient. Sidewalks are so crowded a lot of times you end up just getting off and walking"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255527 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)03:01:00")

Is that large cities only? I was going to big cites like Tokyo,Osaka,sapporo and Nagasaki. I was going to smaller places like numazu,hanno,nara,oga and other random places.I could leave my bike behind if the place has a population over around 250,000."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255530 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)03:30:15")

places like Nara are total tourist traps so near the attractions it's super crowded and not fun to ride but otherwise a bike would be useful yeah. Nara is pretty rural IIRC"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255552 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)08:23:39")

I'm a teacher, so I had to go during summer holidays. Basically the worst time to go. I think it was all of July and then a week or two into August. Took me 6 weeks in total.
Nah, I reckon out of the summer holidays it'd be a lovely route - it was only "bad" from the border of Spain up to Bordeaux, as soon as I crossed the river all tourists vanished. It was only 2-3 days of the whole trip."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255554 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)08:34:55")

>$6 CAD for 200ml in one brewery
That's expensive? Lol"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255603 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)12:55:07")

200ml is like half a beer so yes?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1255858 && dateTime=="11/12/18(Mon)11:22:48")

in what world is that not expensive?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1256147 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)14:42:39")

Hello Chris Broad"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1256155 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)15:52:10" && image=="1542142139674.jpg")

Nah, the timeline is right but the bike is wrong"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1256156 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)15:57:47" && image=="cycwe.jpg")

Did you smash?"