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Crash Course On Investing By Zeeshan Jamal
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Investing can be a method of quick earning but it’s not very easy, just like riding a bicycle initially it feels tough but once you learn how to maintain balance it just fun. I am going to tell... More > you a secret of making money in stock market, “Buy low, Sell high”. Problem is people don’t know what is low and what is high the whole investing will revolve around these 2 things high and low.< Less
Rapidly Expanding Mobile Apps for Crowd-sourcing Bike Data to New Cities By Sean Barbeau
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This project takes the first steps towards helping to overcome the barriers to wide-scale adoption of bike data crowd-sourcing mobile apps by creating a proof-of-concept “multi-region”... More > architecture, allowing cities to share the same set of mobile apps on the Android and iOS apps stores while setting up their own server specific to their geographic area. This solution can reduce the cost of deployment by leveraging the mobile apps that already exist, rather than each city needing to modify and launch its own version of the apps. Future work should focus on developing a brand identity of these multi-region apps, including a possible partnership with existing organizations that have deployed existing apps (e.g., Georgia Tech for Cycle Atlanta, San Francisco County Transportation Authority for Cycle Tracks) to further test and release the multi-region improvements as updates to their existing applications.< Less
Tour Fever By J.P. Partland
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Tour Fever explains the world's greatest sporting event so well that the neophyte spectator can keep up with the Tour veteran, possibly teaching that person several things along the way. Here's... More > what GQ.com wrote of the first edition: "A superb companion to the world’s greatest race, Tour Fever breaks down the race’s history, terminology, and traditions in a smart yet easy-to-use guide that offers something to both the brand-new enthusiast and the experienced racer. If you’re planning to tune into the Tour’s final days—and c’mon, dude, you should!—it’s the perfect companion on the couch. I’m sharing mine with the guys in the office—not so they’ll stop mocking me, but to show them that sports in July is more exciting than Astros at Padres." In this Second Edition, updated for the 2017 Tour, you get more of everything. The Tour is more than a bike ride around France, it's more than the world's toughest bike race, it's a full-course meal bringing everything that racing and life have to offer.< Less
Free Spirit... the revolution will not be motorized! By Langdon
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A fixed gear bicycle photo collection by Langdon In In 2010, America was challenged with a crippled economy, peak unemployment, high gas prices and a push for a cleaner environment. In the streets... More > of Los Angeles there was a subculture who had embraced this reality and conformed a lifestyle. At the core of this way of life is a single speed fixed gear bicycle. Each bike is a direct reflection of ones personality, economic background, fashion taste and creative ingenuity. This fixed gear culture is a slice of my life and Los Angeles history, I wanted to share with you my photo collection from riding in the South Bay, West LA, East LA, and the San Francisco area.< Less
A Weekend in the Saddle By Daniel Williams
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Follow along with Zhe as he spends a weekend away from home racing his bike. The book is an insider’s look at the sport of cycling at the semi professional continental American level. As... More > someone who has competed at all levels of the sport for many years, the narrative provides racing tips and insights that will be useful for the cyclist just starting out as well as for those who have logged thousands of miles. My intent in writing this book is to share with the reader the triumphs, failures, and insights gained from my experiences. In turn, I hope that the reader learns something about him or herself. There are many reasons to ride a bike. I hope that you have found the right one. Images in “A Weekend in the Saddle” were produced using various oil, block printing, technological and watercolor methods.< Less
A Weekend in the Saddle By Daniel Williams
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Follow along with Zhe as he spends a weekend away from home racing his bike. The book is an insider’s look at the sport of cycling at the semi professional continental American level. As... More > someone who has competed at all levels of the sport for many years, the narrative provides racing tips and insights that will be useful for the cyclist just starting out as well as for those who have logged thousands of miles. My intent in writing this book is to share with the reader the triumphs, failures, and insights gained from my experiences. In turn, I hope that the reader learns something about him or herself. There are many reasons to ride a bike. I hope that you have found the right one. Images in “A Weekend in the Saddle” were produced using various oil, block printing, technological and watercolor methods.< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 3: The L.A. Loop By Bradley Howard
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In 2013, Bradley Howard set off on a three month journey, which ran roughly 3000 miles across the United States of America. He visited 4 States and 'no-trace' camped 75 times. What is more, Brad... More > dodged many venemous spiders and snakes on his way too. Whilst on the tour, he visited many amazing places, including The Grand Canyon, Yosemite National Park, 'Sin City'; Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Death Valley, California. He encountered legendary roads such as the Coastal Highway 1 and Route 66, mega bridges such as The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, and much more besides. Through his trip, Bradley kept a journal, which he has now turned into this book, to share his knowledge and adventures with others. He writes of his reflections on profound insights that came from his adventure, how he managed to live on a budget whilst being on the road, and how he kept himself fuelled whilst he still maintained his Vegan diet. Along the way, Bradley worked hard to tread in harmony with the environment.< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 2: The European Extravaganza By Bradley Howard
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In 2012, Bradley Howard set off on a three month journey which ran roughly 3000 miles across Europe. During his cycle, Bradley visited 9 Countries and 'no-trace' camped 64 times. As if that wasn't... More > enough, he took on the Swiss Alps on the way, which tested him to his limits. Whilst on tour, Brad visited many amazing places, including National Parks such as Hohe Tauern, insanely high dams such as the Grande Dixence, and Fairytale Castles such as Neuschwanstein. Through his trip, Bradley kept a journal, which he has now turned into this book, to share his knowledge and adventures with others. In this book, he gives us his reflections on profound insights that came from his adventure, how he managed to live on a budget whilst being on the road, and how he kept himself fuelled whilst he still maintained his Vegan diet. Along the way, Bradley worked hard to tread in harmony with the environment. So don the spandex, let’s go on an adventure!< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 2: The European Extravaganza By Bradley Howard
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In 2012, Bradley Howard set off on a three month journey which ran roughly 3000 miles across Europe. During his cycle, Bradley visited 9 Countries and 'no-trace' camped 64 times. As if that wasn't... More > enough, he took on the Swiss Alps on the way, which tested him to his limits. Whilst on tour, Brad visited many amazing places, including National Parks such as Hohe Tauern, insanely high dams such as the Grande Dixence, and Fairytale Castles such as Neuschwanstein. Through his trip, Bradley kept a journal, which he has now turned into this book, to share his knowledge and adventures with others. In this book, he gives us his reflections on profound insights that came from his adventure, how he managed to live on a budget whilst being on the road, and how he kept himself fuelled whilst he still maintained his Vegan diet. Along the way, Bradley worked hard to tread in harmony with the environment. So don the spandex, let’s go on an adventure!< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 3: The L.A. Loop By Bradley Howard
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In 2013, Bradley Howard set off on a three month journey, which ran roughly 3000 miles across the United States of America. He visited 4 States and 'no-trace' camped 75 times. What is more, Brad... More > dodged many venemous spiders and snakes on his way too. Whilst on the tour, he visited many amazing places, including The Grand Canyon, Yosemite National Park, 'Sin City'; Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Death Valley, California. He encountered legendary roads such as the Coastal Highway 1 and Route 66, mega bridges such as The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, and much more besides. Through his trip, Bradley kept a journal, which he has now turned into this book, to share his knowledge and adventures with others. He writes of his reflections on profound insights that came from his adventure, how he managed to live on a budget whilst being on the road, and how he kept himself fuelled whilst he still maintained his Vegan diet. Along the way, Bradley worked hard to tread in harmony with the environment.< Less

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