The Freedom is a great rack for, well, anyone in the market for a 2-bike rack. Whether you have a kid's bike, a women's frame, a cruiser, a tri-bike or a mountain bike, the Freedom is the rack for you! Made in the USA, the Freedom comes with a lifetime warranty, is easy to use, fits most bikes, and is easy on the pocket book. What’s not to love?
The Saris Freedom Hitch offers those on a budget the ‘freedom’ to take a pair of bikes just about anywhere without worrying about their bikes swinging back and forth. The rack requires very little assembly; it can be put together in less than 10 minutes. The completed rack weighed in at just 21.04 lbs on our scale, pretty light in terms of hitch racks. The Freedom uses two small cradles and an arm to support your bike with three ratcheting straps to secure your bike. Continue reading →
[url=http://www.businessinsider.com/one-place-thats-really-doing-it-right-2013-5]Singapore: Economic Freedom - Business Insider[/url]
"Today there are more millionaires per capita in Singapore than anywhere else; one in six Singaporeans has a net worth in excess of one millio ... Read More »
[url=http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/adam-kingsmith/the-slow-and-painful-deat_b_2946418.html]Adam Kingsmith: The Slow and Painful Death of Freedom in Canada[/url]
I had no idea is was this bad up there.
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Does the government have the right to force Americans to violate their religious beliefs?
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I'm in the market for a new road bike and have seen a couple of LBS' advertising this bike financing program with 12-months interest free financing. Was wondering if anyone has used it or has any knowledge of it, such as whether I can use it for a purchase at any bike shops or if it is for only cert ... Read More »
As the country pauses between rounds of the NCAA tournament to feed innumerable "Gonzaga" and "Georgetown" brackets into its shredders, consider this graphic (from H&R Block, oddly enough), which depicts where the moolah in the all the madness goes:
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