Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club Manga Ends on October 20

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Series about high school cyclists launched in 2011

MAG Garden's Mag Comi website revealed that Noriyuki Matsumoto's Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club (Minami Kamakura Kōkō Joshi Jitensha-Bu) manga will end on October 20. Chapter 70 of the manga will debut on the website on that day.

The manga's story begins with Hiromi Maiharu, a girl who moved from Nagasaki to Kamakura. She begins her new life in Kamakura and her first day in high school by bicycling to her school, but she has not ridden a bicycle since she was young. On the way to the ceremony for the first day, she meets Tomoe Akitsuki, and Tomoe helps her train to be better at bicycling.

Matsumoto launched the manga in Mag Garden's Monthly Comic Blade magazine in 2011, and the 10th compiled book volume shipped in November 2017. The series inspired a drama CD and original song that shipped with the second volume.

The series inspired a television anime in 2017. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan. Matsumoto previously illustrated the Mini-Skirt Uchū Kaizoku (Mini-Skirt Space Pirates) light novel series that inspired the Bodacious Space Pirates television anime.

Source: Mag Comi

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