The Cycling Club’s first daytrip concludes!
(Spoilers in this review)
And about time, too.
Sandy (who drags along Hiromi) gets fired up when a few bikers pass her by. It turns out that they’re a business team and they’re actually pretty nice since they gave Hiromi and Sandy some pointers. One of them was the MC for the night festival race, too.
Because of Sandy’s hotheadedness, however, the club gets split up. Tomoe comes up with an idea that allows them to meet up with Sandy and Hiromi, though: just board a ferry! I wonder how much did it cost for them to jump onto a boat.
Hiromi is overjoyed that they’re reunited, but she abruptly starts feeling light-headed. It turns out that she only had yogurt for breakfast (my bad for not mentioning in last week’s post) and that her blood sugar levels are now too low. I swear, every main character in every biking anime will inevitably skip out on breakfast and crash. Is it not common sense to eat before exercise?
After helping Hiromi regain some energy, the three onee-sans part ways with our hapless Cycling Club members.
The girls come across a farm and they decide they want to see a windmill up close. I personally think making silly detours like that is ill-advised, but I’m not a highschool girl in a bicycling club, am I?
While the girls are closing in on Misaki, their destination point, Hiromi has an internal monologue where she mentions that bicycles are strange yet motivating and fun and rewarding, etc.
The live-action segment that plays after the ED has the two girls visit the famous spot where you can take a picture of the Enoshima Train with the Shonan Beach in the background. It shows up in numerous anime and manga, too!
One more week, folks!