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Proper fit of a bicycle

February 21, 2004 Guest 0

1. Stand straddling the bike. Both feet should be flat on the ground If you are fitting for a road bike there should be one inch of space between the top tube and your crotch

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Safety Equipment for Bikers

February 19, 2004 Guest 0

Many safety items can be improvised from other commonly carried objects in hiking or ski packs. Carrying these multi-use items can reduce pack weight and keep you prepared for many situations. Ø Rigid stays in

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Mountain biking trail grades

February 2, 2004 Guest 0

Trail grades are split between those for cross-country singletrack trails and those for extreme trails and forest roads. This is to highlight that: forest roads can be of variable difficulty and are not part of a progression

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Ready for a Thrill?

January 4, 2004 Guest 0

Not so long ago, a not-so-small, Oregon based sports company came up with a memorable marketing slogan: “Just do it”. That its sales since 1995 have almost doubled to $9.5 billion a year would seem

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Time for Bubbly

December 13, 2003 Guest 0

With Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations fast approaching, the season for sparkling wine is here. In Catalunya, bubbly means cava. But, what is cava, and what makes it different from its look-alike, champagne? Cava