From the monthly archives: July 2011

I wish to know which kind of transportation to get.A horse or what? I have nothing now.No land,no auto, no home, no yacht,no houseboat,not much personal property except the basics,a few pieces of clothes,shoes,a bicycle built for one,a carry case,and sleep at shelters,doors left open to areas,etc.

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Some of you may have heard the kid down the street or even seen the young punk on the corner riding around and what looks like a 10 speed bike. However, if you take a closer look, you'll discover that there aren't 10 speeds on that bike. In fact, you'd probably discover that there is [...]

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Dri-FIT Moisture Control Polyester Fabric with Sublimated Graphics Hidden ¾ Length Zipper,Raglan Sleeves and Three Rear Pockets Wash in cold water with a powder detergent. Allow the garment to air dry. Drying the garment in a drying machine will reduce the effectiveness of the Dri-Fit technology. Do not bleach. Wash inside out [...]

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The WTB VelociRaptor is no newcomer to the mountain bike world. These bike tires have been shredding trails for more than a decade, and they're not stopping any time soon. The front and rear-specific tread patterns are perfect for digging at the dirt to maintain traction in a wide variety [...]

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Its good that the petrol prices are going to rise because it means people will use their cars less and there will be less pollution and congestion.

However if the government puts the price up high enough then it will make a much better reduction of pollution, it also means we will not have [...]

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Motorbike trip is wonderful for those who have good health and like more adventure in their travels. Bike tours to the rugged region offer a more direct experience of the life of its people.It is probably not everyone’s cup of tea, but discovering Vietnam’s rugged and scenic northwest on a motorbike is more than an [...]

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Interior Painting Guide

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80% NYLON 20% ELASTANE Shifted seams for less chafing Inseam length 7 inches Machine wash warm. Permanent press cycle. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Dry or steam iron low. Wash with similar colors. Wash inside out. Dryclean safe. Made in China

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These comfortable tights are targeted at all [...]

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It's blazing hot outside, but soon the sun will set and you can toss on the DAKINE Women's Code Sleeveless Jersey and head out for a quick ride. An antimicrobial finish saves you from your own stink, and two lower back pockets hold your energy bars or small water bottle. [...]

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Geax AKA 29 Mountain Bike Tire. The popular Geax AKA mountain bike tire is now available for your 29er. Known for its outstanding performance on dry and compact terrain, the AKA dishes out aggressive grip on rocks, sand, gravel and grass--without sacrificing low rolling resistance. The key is in its [...]

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Brand New 3rd Party Product, works as genuine parts, 100% OEM Compatible!! Input: AC 100-120V 50/60Hz 2A,Output: 24V 2A Power Max: 48W,DC Connecter size: 3 prong Inline Short Circuit Protection which fits most electric scooter. Completely automatic....just plug in and walk away...

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Item Includes: AC Adapter and Power Cord.Full 12 [...]

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While bicycling and indoor stationary biking are among the very best forms of aerobic conditioning, they often leave the participant with tightness, cramps and sometimes even pain. A consistent sport associated yoga program could relieve a lot of of these symptoms; including back pain, trapezious tension and tight hamstrings and quadriceps.Repeated biking forces your body [...]

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I'm going to be riding coast to coast (USA) and need to buy a bike. Would a non-touring bike be ok for this if I'm using a trailer instead of panniers? Obviously a touring bike would be best (more sturdy, etc.) but due to the cost difference, would a road bike be adequate for this? [...]

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I want to get my sweetie two new tires for his birthday. They are for his dirt bike. The thing is I don't have a lot of money to be spending on them, although I do want good ones. Anyone know good places?

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