Nigel Sylvester & UNITED ARROWS & SONS Collaborate on An "Only Bicycles Can Go" Collection

Inspired by the BMX rider’s recent trip to Japan.

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BMX rider Nigel Sylvester and UNITED ARROWS & SONS recently teamed up to release a capsule collection titled “Only Bicycles Can Go.” The collection is inspired by Sylvester’s recent trip to Japan and latest GO! instalment set in Tokyo. Retailing between ¥6,000 JPY and ¥15,000 JPY (approximately $50 USD and $130 USD), the capsule collection comprised of long and short sleeved T-shirts and caps is now available at a pop-up store at UNITED ARROWS & SONS in Nagoya. Check out the items from the collection and photos from Nigel Sylvester’s trip to Japan above.

Additionally, check out the GO! instalment set in Tokyo below and the full footage of Nigel Sylvester riding through Tokyo in a real-life Mario Kart here.

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