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Watch: Six of the hottest aero bikes for 2021

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We take a look at some of the best aero bike for the new year #Videos #ProductNews

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The Beginning of a Masked 2020: Remembering Taal Volcano’s Eruption

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Wazzup Pilipinas! My heart skipped a beat when I saw Taal Volcano trending and my thought immediately went "Eto na... round 2." *cries* I got so nervous when I saw this. It's actually not my first to experience the ash fall since I was already around when a volcano exploded causing a similar scenario. I was still so young back then. Not sure if it's the same, must be. Today is the first year anniversary of the January 12, 2020 eruption of the Taal Volcano in Batangas. After 43 years of repose, it erupted leaving CALABARZON, Metro Manila, and parts...

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LeMond Launches Ultralight Prolog E-Bike – Just 26 Pounds!

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2020 was a banner year for e-bikes, and 2021 is shaping up to be even better with launch after launch of desirable, electrified two-wheelers. Today, we’ll be looking at the latest e-bike entry from storied bike-builder LeMond. It’s called the Prolog, and it’s an ultralight, pedal-assist e-bike with some slick tech, a reasonably accessible price [&hellip #ORNL #LemondCycles #Prolog #OakRidgeNationalLabs #Lemond

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What Do Those Free School Meals ‘Ration Parcels’ Tell Us About Modern Britain?

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You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening. Way back in 2004, Boris Johnson once claimed that “nailing [Tony] Blair is like trying to pin jelly to a wall”. The observation is not without irony, given the current PM’s own habit of trying to avoid being pinned down on various Covid policy missteps. As it happens, Johnson’s government is in many ways now taking lessons from Blair, not least on his key recommendation to delay second doses of vaccines and use the supplies to instead double the number...

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BSA Bike Safety Guideline

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s BSA has a list of bike safety guidelines on the Scouting.org site. The guidelines and procedures apply to all BSA unit, council, and national program activities involving bicycling. I ride Rad. Find out why. If you follow the link above, you will see that many of the guidelines relate directly to the Sweet 16 of BSA Safety. Others are specific to cycling though. Here is a summary of some of the bike specific guidelines. All cyclists must wear a properly sized and fitted helmet and appropriate clothing. Cyclists must ride with traffic and watch out for hazards. Cyclists must follow...

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