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Fujikyuko Fujikyu Highland’s first para sports event! “Para cycling festival 2024” will be held on Saturday, June 15th

[Fujikyuko] Fujikyu Highland’s first para sports event! “Para cycling festival 2024” will be held on Saturday, June 15th

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Press release: June 11, 2024
Fuji-Q Highland’s first para sports event! “Para cycling festival 2024” will be held on Saturday, June 15th

At Fuji-Q Highland (Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture), where admission is free, the event “Para Cycling Festival 2024” will be held on June 15, 2024, where you can experience para sports up close and learn more about the appeal of bicycles as an eco-friendly vehicle. It will be held on Sunday (Saturday).

This event will feature an exhibition of vehicles actually used in international paracycling competitions, such as tandems, handcycles, and tricycles, as well as an experience corner and a panel exhibition booth where you can learn about paracycling. In addition to
para-cycling, there are many experiences that will make both children and adults fall in love with cycling, such as a speed attack time race using rollers used in bicycle training and a kick bike experience. In addition, former All Japan Championship champion Matsumoto
Mr. Wataru, Yamaki, an active top athlete
We will also hold a talk show and quiz competition with Mr. Taira as a guest, providing a fun way to understand parasports and experience the fun of cycling.

Please come to the “Para Cycling Festival 2024″, a participatory event that will be held for the first time at Fuji-Q Highland as an initiative aimed at creating a sustainable society, where both adults and children can have fun and learn.

* [Event Overview] *
・Date and time
Saturday, June 15, 2024 12:00-16:00
*Rain or shine, canceled due to stormy weather

central park

* 1. Paracycling vehicle exhibition & experience *
We will exhibit three bicycles with different shapes depending on the competition class.
*You can experience riding some of the vehicles.
tandem vehicle
tricycle vehicle
* 2. Paracycling panel display *
We will explain the sport of “paracycling” in an easy-to-understand manner, even for those who are new to paracycling.

* 3. Special talk show and quiz competition between former All Japan champions and current top athletes *
We will welcome Wataru Matsumoto and Taira Yamaki, two people who are active at the forefront of paracycling and have a brilliant career, as guests, and will hold a talk show that fully conveys the appeal of paracycling, as well as a quiz competition that everyone can enjoy. Masu.
・Mr. Wataru Matsumoto
…Current Director of the Japan Para Cycling Federation
Career: All Japan Championship Road Tournament 1st place
・Mr. Taira Yamaki
…Current players
Career: Handcycle strengthening designated athlete C

* 4. Bicycle Speed ​​Attack Time Race & Award Ceremony *
Aim for the fastest! A time attack race using bicycle training rollers was held. Those who successfully placed in the top three will be presented with a certificate by a guest athlete at the award ceremony.

* 5. Kick bike park *
We have a dedicated space for children where you can try out a “kick bike,” which you can enjoy without having to pedal. It naturally trains your core and leg strength, and is recommended before stepping up to cycling.

Japan Para Cycling Federation

* [Event introduction page] *

* [Fuji-Q Highland sales data] *
■Business hours
June 15th (Sat) 9:00-18:00
* entrance fee*
* Free pass*
Adults 6,000 yen to 7,800 yen
Junior and senior high school students 5,500 yen to 7,300 yen Elementary school students 4,400 yen to 5,000 yen
Infants/seniors 2,100 yen to 2,500 yen
*Prices vary depending on the day. Please check the official website for details.
* car*
Approximately 80 minutes from Shinjuku on the Chuo Expressway, adjacent to Kawaguchiko IC
Approximately 90 minutes from Tokyo via the Tomei Expressway, Gotemba IC, and Higashi Fuji Five Lakes Road.
Approximately 100 minutes by express bus from Shinjuku, get off at Fuji-Q Highland
About 110 minutes by express bus from Tokyo Station, get off at Fuji-Q Highland *In addition to the Tokyo metropolitan area, there are direct buses operating from over 30 locations including Nagoya and Kansai. * train*
Transfer to the Fujikyuko Line at Otsuki Station on the JR Chuo Main Line and get off at Fujikyu Highland Station.
Approximately 50 minutes from Otsuki Station
Fuji-Q Highland
TEL: 0555-23-2111
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