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The Best RV Parks around Salt Lake City, Ranked

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This list of Salt Lake City RV parks was brought to you by Travellers Autobarn. Their RV camper rentals give you the chance to explore the endless destinations in the west. For a bustling urban area, Salt Lake City is almost completely surrounded by mountains with plenty of scenic camp spots that can be found in the canyons and natural areas just outside the city limits. If you want to camp in the city, you can do that too. The best Salt Lake City RV parks are located on the edge of town and have great access to hiking and...

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This Custom BMW Motorcycle Is a Sinister Sci-Fi Superbike

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Mikhail Smolânovym of Moscow's Zillers Garage has teamed up with John Red Design to transform a BMW R NineT into a menacing superbike that looks straight out of a sci-fi movie.Uncrate notes that the bike is inspired by the distinctive work of H.R. Giger, the artist famed for creating malevolent space creatures in Alien. Aside from the bike's obvious aesthetic appeal, all the mechanical components, except the stock 110-horsepower 1,1700cc boxer engine, are covered in aluminum fairings designed in CAD.The suspension is lowered to the point that the new undercarriage virtually touches the ground, and DriveMag reports that there are extra remote control buttons that...

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8 Spring Riding Tips

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By J.D. Ennis  In early spring, mountain bikers tend to be excited and ambitious.  This ambition can lead to trail damage or personal injury and further delay the trail rides they have been waiting for all winter.    Stay off wet or muddy trails and all dirt trails during active freeze/thaw cycles.   Visit a local bike shop for a tune up.     Start with some small distance rides and set goals.  Practice a stretching routine before and after a ride to reduce the risk of injury.   Have several different layers of clothing.   Stay hydrated by drinking water before, during, and after a...

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It all went downhill from the weekend

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As you know, I had a GREAT weekend at the virtual retreat. While I did have a wee bit of ripping to do as I finished the Easy Street quilt, it was a pretty good weekend with minimal issues.Yesterday was a totally different scenario. I don't think I've ripped so much in my life! I was working on the homework for one of my ongoing classes. The block was SIMPLE - you'll see tomorrow. I got the block together and it was too small. Seriously??? I couldn't sew a ¼" seam if my life depended on it. So I ripped...

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How to Use a Peloton Bike

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The Peloton indoor cycling bike features a built-in wireless touchscreen that allows you to stream live or on-demand classes to get a great workout at home. Your Peloton bike must be delivered and installed by professionals so it can be calibrated and connected. But, once you’re set-up, using your bike is easy and fun! Adjust the bike so it’s comfortable for you and choose your first ride from the touchscreen menu. Eventually, you’ll become fluent in the lingo and you may even want to join a tribe of riders that share some of your interests. [Edit]Steps [Edit]Setting the Seat Position...

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