Cycle (non)stop~Editor’s choice 15

The cycling and walking paths along the Tama River are collectively called Tamagawa Cycling Course, connecting from the mouth of the river in Tokyo’s Haneda area to the city of Hamura in the western side of the capital for about 55 kilometers. The paths, which attract many riders on weekends and even weekdays, are considered one of the major cycling courses in the Kanto region. But please be careful: They are also walking paths, and pedestrians should be paid courtesy. What you see in this video clip is a ride (edited) from the Koremasabashi bridge in Chuchu to a point past the wooden Kaigarabashi bridge in Tachikawa, Tokyo.