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2.81 out of 5 from 1,460 votes
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Moe and motorcycles have never looked better together in this sports comedy about a group of students in the motorcycle club of their all-girls school. When Hane Sakura sees the wild-hearted Onsa Amano riding a motorcycle to school, Sakura is inspired to join the motorcycle club and get her license. However, nothing could have prepared her for the challenges, or the joys, that come with hitting the road on the wings of a real bike!

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Once upon a time, there was a girl, let's call her Eyebrows, that grew tired of walking her bike up steep hills every morning to get to school. A tough girl by name of Frizzy rode past her on a Honda, and the fair Eyebrows was enchanted. Eyebrows followed Frizzy and met Boobs McSuzuki, Fem-Stig, and RichGirl. So began the weird fanservice that is Bakuon.  Story: I don't know whether the story was pimping out the bikes or the girls more. Now, I understand the boobs and motocycles have had a long history, but do we really need literal body washes of the bikes? The super chest of Boobs McSuzuki? The groping of Fem-Stig? Probably because the storyline is super boring. Unless you are really into the Japanese manufacturers of motorcylces, this show will be a snooze fest. Most of the conflict is the girls arguing over the brand names of their bikes. Now, I can't say whether the original manga was also this much of a comercial, but the anime is certainly dropping names left and right. And they straight up ripped off Top Gear with Raimu-senpai. She is, in almost every way, the Stig.  Animation: The bikes looked good. The girls were fairly generic in design, aside from the one distinguishing feature they all had. And while the still shots were well animated, it seemed the inbetween animators did not like trying to figure out hair movement at speeds approaching highway limits. And TMS, good job on hinting to your glory days with that Akira poster, because this... this was not your best work.  Sound: Hold on just a sec, I need to grab some duct tape. *tapes Eyebrow's mouth shut* There, now the anime is 200% better in sound. The OP is decent, the ED is mediocre at best. And personally, my favorite voice actor was Raimu... because she didn't talk. The others were somewhere between grating ang downright ear splitting.  Characters: Have you noticed that only Raimu's getting named here? Everyone else is still going by the nicknames I gave them? Yeah, that's because aside from one or two features, they could be completely replaced with other people, and I wouldn't notice. Hell, you could change them to animals... same show. The girls were completely bland, and only cared about their bike brands, no interest outside the bikes.  So, should you watch this? God no. Stay away from it. It's so bland, I could serve it instead of white rice. 


*Now this is going to be a short review since I don’t have a lot to say about Bakuon!! The reason for this is that Bakuon!! became exactly what I expected. It was a fun, kinda silly comedy anime that didn’t have a great storyline or any storyline for that matter. As an absolute novice in motorcycles I also can’t judge if this anime was really exact about the motorcycles but I did feel that I didn’t learn a lot about motorcycles. In for instance Yowamushi Pedal a lot of cycling terms and phenomenon are explained in detail. And that’s something that I missed in Bakuon!!.  Btw, this was kind of ironic but did this anime have a hatred towards cyclists? This is really ironic since the studio TMS is also the studio behind Yowamushi Pedal. Now there were certain things that I did like about Bakuon!! The comedy was silly but not too silly for my taste and to me the best character of the anime was Raimu despite of or thanks to her being a rip-off from the Stig. For a video review, check out my Youtube channel. Link on my profile page. *Now there’s one negative thing that I just have to mention because it was a major editing error by the studio. It may come as no surprise that it was in a scene involving a cyclist but it was such a childish mistake that everyone, not only cycling enthusiasts like me, would notice. It was in the second to last episode that at one point a cyclist comes riding towards us and he has to stop at a red light. We clearly see that he unclips his right foot to stop. Than we get the next shot from behind and you can probably already guess where I’m going with this. In that next shot not his right foot but his left foot was unclipped and standing on the ground. Such a dumb and childish mistake to make by a decent animatonstudio like TMS Entertainment. Conclusion So as a conclusion, as I said at the beginning of the review: Bakuon!! became exactly what I expected it to become. It was a fun series to watch in between the more intens or story driven anime’s of the Spring 2016 season. And that’s why I’m going to rate Bakuon!! at 3 stars. I had a good time watching it but it’s not an anime that I will probably rewatch very soon.


Okay let's see here. If i were to shorten it into 2 sentences, it would be something like this - If you're into motorcycles/own a motorcycle, watch it. If you have no interest in motorcycles, don't watch it. Bakuon!! is an anime that i feel targets a VERY specific viewer base, namely motorycle "enthusiasts" (i might be stretching the term a bit here) so it is definitely not to everyone's taste, and i can see that it doesn't intend to be. BUT if you happen to be the kind of person who enjoys watching anime, likes a little fanservice here and there, needs a little light-hearted comedy to take a break from those hardcore emotional roller-coaster shows you've been watching lately, AND happen to be into the bike scene, you're definitely in for a treat. I myself happen to be that kind of person, so trust me. Onto the standard categorial review; Story - There's not really any. It's more to the episodic comedy type thing. But it's good comedy. Animation - Pretty standard animation, bikes look awesome and true to their real life counterparts. No eyesore scenes at all. (Unless you count close-ups of Hane's eyebrows) Sound - It's awesome, though not the best you could expect. That super 4 noise is still heaven no matter what. Characters - It's an episodic comedy, so dont expect any character development here. However each main girl does have her own unique quirks, though nothing particularly astounding. Also Suzuki girl is best girl. Overall - Being the person that falls right into this anime's line of sight, my biased self would say Bakuon is underrated. So I'd say, if you feel some wind pushing your interest into watching it, please DO watch it. If not, don't bother.

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