Are you guys ready for cute
collegegirls riding cute bikes this fall?
I just don't get why so many shows have to be in high school when they're targeted at otaku in their twenties and thirties. They could just as well have been in college.
There just was a lap where I live with helicopters and stuff. Ten years ago, when I left this town, no one was biking. Now afte I came back home everyone is, and you can't even drive a car around.
Only shows I remember in college at the bat of my hat is Golden Time, Tatami Galaxy, Genshiken and that show where the guy married his niece (Papa something).
The otaku fantasy is worthless anyway and should've been murdered long ago.
Sorry, not into hags.
>It's the otaku that support anime.
Sadly yes. Anime has declined the past 25 years. I hope for better times, but they seem longer away than ever. Only studios who make decent original shows or non-otaku pandering shows are KyoAni and PA Works.
>Anime has declined the past 25 years
How to spot new.
Two fags. Nice. Now suck each other
I hope it is about actual riding and not just cute girls.
I wish there were more harem self insert wish fulfillment anime set in college or at the workplace. I mean I like high school uniforms like the next guy, but I find it increasingly hard to self insert into high school settings. Also "the cast goes drinking" episodes are better than any beach episode can ever be.
The thing with riding bikes is that when you start it you don't want to look like them. You don't want to wear faggy pants and jerseys. But as you go on you realize that it's the comfiest for what you are doing and you just kind of have to. Those ass pads look stupid as fuck but damn do they make riding more comfortable.
I guess it's hard pandering to all the losers who just went NEET after high school and never entered work, college or university.
I don't even remember how high school was. I barely remember university too.
>Actual sports anime
Are you gay?
Haven't we already had Yowamushi Pedal for people like you?
The manga follows Ami Kurata, a first year college student with no special qualities. One day she happens to notice someone riding a folding bike, immediately falls in love with it, and uses all her savings to buy one. She eventually gets introduced to the world of long-distance bicycling and road racer bikes, and she forms a cycling team called Fortuna with four other female college students from the same school. Their goal is to ride in a "brevet" or long-distance event called "Fresh."
>Eng. dictionary: spats = shoe covers
How did the word "spats" start meaning bike shorts?
may as well try it; the animation looks OK
I see JPs double riding all the tie with one of them riding on the rear wheel. I can't find a rear rack add on for a bike that could hold more than 50lbs.
What kind of nippon magic are they using on that back wheel?
There are already several.
Autobaiku are better.
>Their goal is to ride in a "brevet" or long-distance event called "Fresh."
ANN being idiots once again. There are many types of "brevet", Ami wants to complete the lowest tier which is 360 km in 24 hours or something like that. The word itself is from French, literally meaning "patent" but if you stretch the meaning a bit it's more like "confirmation" of something. Then if you do the brevet as a team, it becomes a "flèche", the French word for arrow. That's what the thing is about.
It's pretty damn good though. It's actually about the hobby, with a small amount of comedy and a few tablespoons of fanservice thrown in. It's a lot more on topic than Bakuon!! overall, and a much better read as a result. It also has basically every type of semen demon you could wish for, flat ones, stacked ones, you name it.
Hinako best girl no contest.
I see you are also a man of exquisite taste.
>Bakuon without engines
>the last episode episode of Bakuon over 12 episodes
Why won't you take it seriously?
>a world without baiku
Wake me up
>wake up in the morning
>baikus still exist
>It's pretty damn good though. It's actually about the hobby, with a small amount of comedy and a few tablespoons of fanservice thrown in.
So why show the fanservice pages instead of this claim of it being about the hobby?
It baits people in, and the stuff isn't translated so why even bother when most people on /a/ won't be able to read it. And hey, I don't want to spoil the plot or anything now do I.
Also all the fanservice shite I posted is from the extra chapters, it probably won't even make it in the anime.