Found a fun little trip down bicycle memory lane...

bloaker

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The little old bike shop in Zushi - never seems that interesting. I have never been intrigued enough to go to the second floor until today when I was just killing time in town.

Nothing of incredible significance, but always great to see lugged steel frames, old components and nostalgic posters, jerseys...


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hat and beard

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Nice. What's the name of the shop? I would like to have a look around next time I'm in the area.
Have you ever been to the vintage-only shop in Hayama? They have a really nice collection. I stop in every time I'm out that way.
 

bloaker

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I have ridden by it dozens of times, but always at the end of my ride and I just want to get home, so never stopped.
As for the name of the shop - No idea.
Drop this in maps.google - 35.295822, 139.578600
That will get you there. On the road level it looks like a cheap bike shop. These pics are from upstairs.