1. Reverend T says:

    Merry Xmas, Masa!
    I love your site – Keep up the good work in 2005!

  2. Skull Rabbit says:

    that would have been really cool to see 🙂 how many were there? (or do you have no idea~:P)
    ==================from MasaManiA
    THank you for your message. Yes, I have no idea. I happen to see them and chase them by bycicle. but they are gone.

  3. sometwo says:

    you need to make photo report of those bike-gangs, bosozoku
    it would be cool

  4. santa-biker says:

    I am one of the 100 Santa Claus. If the face is placed in the homepage, some participants might be embarrassed.
    Could you please shade off the face?
    ==========================from MasaManiA

  5. feiron says:

    They are not bousouzoku. bousouzoku enjoy troubling a surrounding person. bousouzoku harm surroundings. bousouzoku have neither manners nor morality.
    On the other hand, they are having surroundings not inconvenienced as much as possible. (ex. do not make a big muffler sound, meaningless lane change, rev, and etc…)
    If I dare to say, they are the same kinds as the streaking…haha!

  6. clem says:

    There is a wish.
    Please do not call it a “bike-gang.”
    The name a “bike-gang” and a “bosozoku” serves as a meaning of “a minimum rider” in Japan.
    They protect a traffic regulation and are running correctly.
    The careful arrangement related safely in advance is also carried out.
    I am not good at English unluckily.
    My study is insufficient if the word “bike-gang” is used as a meaning great in your country.
    But supposing that is not right, please do not call their thing “biek-gang.” Thank you for your consideration.

  7. zhi yang says:

    i dont know what you said in jap but if they are willing to do something like this, i dont think they would be embarrassed by this ya?
    a bit late, but merry xmas man

  8. bunny2002sg says:

    Merry Cristmas, Masa!

  9. santa-biker says:

    Dear zhi yang
    I know they are willing to do this.
    But in japan, a unique person is kept at a distance to surroundings. And that is bad for the salaried man in Japan. It is very ridiculous.

  10. dapper says:

    So cool, motorcycling Santa men.
    Masa, were they Christmas caroling?
    ===============from MasaManiA
    Yes, it seem fun !

  11. NSG says:

    Woo! I love Santa!

  12. Vlad says:

    That just looks great man, nice report!

  13. J2xC says:

    I believe the problem for the faces is about people from their workplace seeing them. Generally private life and work should have strict borders, so it could be troublesome if somehow a fellow employee or boss were to see the pictures

  14. Moto says:

    Hey, check out this motor bike for Jap geeks:

  15. br says:

    Hi Masa,
    Do most Japanese panchira woman rides more than bicycle? Here is good shot for your enjoyment
    Big Red
    ========from MasaManiA
    you maybe dont know about

  16. zapeipaa says:

    where in tokyo is this event? is it same time and day every year?

  17. mdmc says:

    Santa must wear helmet too? Is Santaq vbery safe, or does the law never take a holiday?
    Happy Holidays, all. Peace and low stress,

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