Oh no, a world without motorcycles? What will we do?
It looks like Hane managed to become careless and cause her bike to fall. In short, she damaged the fuel tank. It sucks to have a bike or anything get damaged by an accident.
On the other hand, it’s funny to see an old friend from several episodes back. Yep, it’s Baita, the bike that Hane trained on. The thing is, the only thing left of it is the fuel tank. Still, it’s funny to see Onsa’s reaction when she saw Hane talking to a bike tank. Still, it’s a nice reunion now they are back together after the tank got painted pink.
Aside from that, the second part was hilarious. It’s obvious that Hane does not know much about bikes. However, Jesus Christ appears at a book store buying a naughty motorbike magazine. He tells her to imagine a world without motorbikes. In fact, Hane dreamed about it and it was hilarious. Her sister brought out her bike helmet and all her friends were riding bicycles. Yep, Rin rode a bicycle that was made by Suzuki, which is not surprising at all.
Still, it’s funny to see Hane try to convince her friends that motorcycles are better than bicycles. Sadly, none of her friends believe that inventing a motorcycle is a good idea. Thankfully, it was just a dream as Hane wakes up and saw her friends on motorcycles. After that, she went with her friends on a biking tour.
While I am not interested in motorcycles or know much about them, this show was very enjoyable to watch. It’s nice to see a bunch of high school girls being enthusiastic about them and riding on them. Sure, this show has some similarities to K-ON, but it’s nice that it focuses on cute girls having fun riding bikes than eating cake all day, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Not to mention, there were a lot of funny moments, namely Onsa changing her mind about Suzuki and Chisame’s appearance. Wouldn’t mind another season if there is one.
Either way, Rin is the best character obviously. Aside from her attractive, seeing her defend Suzuki no matter what is funny. ¶