29.12.13

Japan, december 2013

It's been a month or so now and haven't really put any photos up from our trip to Japan for the Mooneyes show. 
Japan is an amazing country with some of the coolest people i've ever met. It was a complete honor to be able to come to this show and am so happy doing so. 
Here are just the photos of some of the rad people we got to meet... the bikes will come after. 


















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