Brompton is ideal bike to bring to trains. But I feel it’s a bit heavy to hold with my hand.
I found a backpack that can store Brompton so I tried using it. It’s a backpack for Brompton made by
CARRADICE, manufacturer of bike bags in UK.
We can open the backpack widely to store Brompton easily.
We can take the backpack on our back like this. I feel just a little heavy backpack on my back.
To move by Brompton, we can put the backpack to the saddle. It’s a bit big for durable fabric.
If we store a bike trailer in a large bag, we can handle it easily while it is detached from the bike.
I use a bike trailer to attach folding bike Brompton and I store them in my room. My room is at upper floor of an apartment and I can’t take an elevator with them attached.
I started storing my bike trailer in a bag.
A tote bag made by DAISON DE UN MAILLOT (width 72cm, height 53cm, depth 28cm, capacity 100L) fits my trailer, MULTI-USE CYCLE TRAILER DCP434-DP made by DOPPELGANGER.
Snowmelter of a part under construction at Toyama station, Ainokaze Toyama Railway is already working.
Snowmelter at Toyama Station
I tried fixing mirror to folding bike Brompton.
This is “Cycle Start 901/3” made by Busch+Müller. I cut the right side of handle grip and set the mirror on it.
The size of the mirror is small (6cm in diameter) so it is not easy to see. But it’s convenient to check backward frequently.
New cafe and car-sharing point at Kurobe station, Ainokaze Toyama Railway.
We can see K-HALL, a new hall on the right from Kurobe station. Cafe “A-CAFE” and LAWSON are on the first floor.
K-HALL visitors can use parking lots for free on the back of the K-HALL. The other people can use the parking lots for a fee.
And car-sharing is available at this parking lots.
Buses below are available at Kurobe station everyday including weekend.
Bus “01 Shinkansen-Shigaichi Line” for “Kurobe-Unazuki-Onsen station”, Hokuriku Shinkansen Bus “03 Ikuji-Loop Line” for Ikuji area
I provide bus route maps such as
Toyama Bus Route Map, Takaoka Bus Route Map. I draw these maps by using Inkscape, an open source drawing software.
I am making an English version of bus/tram route map from/to Toyama station, Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
I often see people trying to board trains, trams, buses in Japan. I wonder if I could provide transportation information in English. This is the first step of my working in English.