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Scattante Breaks New Ground with Super Lightweight Carbon Fiber Road Bike

Scattante’s breakthrough new lightweight carbon frame weighs in at 980 grams and comes in four different versions that feature top-of-the-line components. All four road bikes are available exclusively at Performance Bicycle. Chapel Hill, NC - Scattante today officially unveiled a carbon bike frame ...    Read More »

Tech Review: New Strava update boosts photos, mapping features and more

Update of Strava’s mobile app adds photo sharing and social features to free version, while compelling features and cycling support efforts make Premium subscription more appealing.    Read More »

First Look: Pedro's unveils new Chain Checker, Chain Pig Cleaner and Burrito Tool Wrap

Pedro’s unveiled some new cleaners and tools (and tool organizers) at Frostbike that may be perfect for the cyclocross racer’s garage and race day pit setup.   Read More »

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Florida Law --- The Consequences of Stand Your Ground

Seems once someone looks into the Florida Stand Your Ground supposed self defense law, horror stories of legal murder or attempted murder appear. For example: [B]Neighbor Shoots Man In Stomach Over Trash Bags, 2006[/B] Kenneth Allen was upset that Clearwater neighbor Jason Rosenbloom had place ... Read More »

Stone ground organic hard red spring wheat bread flour.

Needless to say, I have not been low carb of late. We got The Bread Baker's Apprentice (props to Fredke on that rec from 'teh' past, btw) and I am not going to ignore proper fresh, warm bread. The baker is going to make some 100% whole wheat sandwich bread over the next two days from that book. ... Read More »

the election rigging process,,laying the ground work

the book, "how to rig an election" says the way to lay the ground work. is to constantly tell the public the race is neck and neck. so when the vote is flipped 51 to 49 at last minute. no one suspects the rigging took place. [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6LDtPxx7PU]Computer Programme ... Read More »

How to remediate ground after "mudhole" race

When a wide "braided" section develops during a muddy race, the grass tends to spring back ok, but I have noticed the tire grooves tend to persist longer. Is there a way to run a roller or similar over the ground prior to re seeding to remove the tracks or will it just make more of a mess?Read More »

New house, in-ground pool teach me, tips?

My wife and I sold our current house and purchased a beautiful crib on the outskirts of town that backs onto green space. Money! The house also has an in-ground kidney shaped pool that is unfenced and sits towards the middle of the huge backyard. I also have a 7 month old son so safety is a key c ... Read More »

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