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The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 1: Land's End to John O' Groats By Bradley Howard
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In 2012, Bradley Howard set off on a journey which lasted almost a month, which ran roughly 1,000 miles from the southern most tip of the U.K. to the northern most part of it. During his cycle,... More > Bradley visited County after County, and he 'no-trace' camped every night of it. As if that wasn't enough, he took on many National Parks such as Dartmoor and The Cairngorms. Whilst on the tour, he saw many amazing sights including Lichfield Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, and the Forth Road Bridge, 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. 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 pack your pannier bags, let’s go on an adventure!< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 1: Land's End to John O' Groats By Bradley Howard
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In 2012, Bradley Howard set off on a journey which lasted almost a month, which ran roughly 1,000 miles from the southern most tip of the U.K. to the northern most part of it. During his cycle,... More > Bradley visited County after County, and he 'no-trace' camped every night of it. As if that wasn't enough, he took on many National Parks such as Dartmoor and The Cairngorms. Whilst on the tour, he saw many amazing sights including Lichfield Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, and the Forth Road Bridge, 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. 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 pack your pannier bags, let’s go on an adventure!< Less
BIAM 530 Week 3 Lab Querying the Database With SQL DeVry By james joe
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BIAM 530 Week 3 Lab Querying the Database With SQL DeVry Lab Overview Adventure Works Cycles is a fictional bicycle manufacturing company headquartered in Bothell, WA, that sells metal and composite... More > bicycles to distributors in North America, Europe, and Asia. Adventure Works also sells bicycles directly to consumers via the company’s website. Adventure Works executives are formulating a strategic plan to expand the company’s market share and are seeking information to help them. As a business analyst for Adventure Works, you will write SQL queries to retrieve the requested data from the corporate database, analyze the information, and make recommendations to management. Deliverables< Less
The Srampagmano Tales By Scarlett Parker
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The Srampagmano Tales follows a group of cyclists on their annual pilgrimage from London to Brighton. Representing a wide cross-section of riders, they each share a tale of their own time spent in... More > the saddle: from remote rides through the night to delivering packages in the City; from the existential deliberations of the grimpeur to the style choices of the fakenger. Written in the same narrative verse as Chaucer's famous text, The Srampagmano Tales is a witty and knowing account of what it means to ride a bicycle, and the enduring joy experienced by cyclists everywhere. ***please note, the online preview is a low resolution version, and not representative of the quality of the cover & illustrations in the paperback***< Less
Zac Zap and the Great Big Race By Michael Verrett
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Zac Zap was born with spina bifidia which robbed him of the use of his legs and impaired his speech. This does not stop him from sharing joy as he goes about town in his wheelchair visiting the... More > shops and exploring the unusual streets and forgotten pathways. His special talent is his hugs. Zac gives the best hugs in the world. One day he learns there will be a great big race of machines. Zac has a bicycle designed especially to be pedaled by hand. He enters the race vowing not to quit. But can he out race a motorcycle girl, an airplane, a bulldozer, an ice cream truck, a pie wagon, and an evil boy on a pogo stick? First one to reach the Old Light House is the winner. Religious themes.< Less
The Green Innovator - Sustainable Community Planning By Christopher Kennedy
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A NEW WAY OF SEEING THE WORLD. The Green Innovator™ -Sustainable Community Planning is a primer on green building, and urban design techniques with a sustainable focus. The Green... More > Innovator™ high school program/curriculum explores the process of innovation through sustainable design and manufacturing. It helps teachers facilitate a new dialogue with students. It provides students with unique tools and strategies for thinking critically about innovative solutions to the environmental challenges that face their local communities and the world. It facilitates applied learning by introducing students to the concept of systems thinking; considering the relationships and connections between what we design and use every day and the impact this use has on our shared home, Earth. Support for teachers is ongoing. OTHER MODULES: Design for the Environment, Sustainable Mobility, Green Product Design, as well as the entire series in one book The Green Innovator™ - Design for Sustainability.< Less
The Paperboy By Jerry Bates
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"The Paperboy" was drawn from actual events in the author's own life as a teenage paperboy in small town, Idaho during The Sixties. We travel with ninth grader, Jay Wayne, as he pedals his... More > bicycle along an eight-mile country paper route on which first appears to be a very normal, spring morning. But as Jay gets further and further into his route and begins to share more and more of his thoughts, the morning takes a few turns that are anything but normal . . .< Less
The Red Ten Speed By Mason Champion
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The true story of a young boy's quest to make his daddy's Christmas extra-special, The Red Ten-Speed tells a timeless tale of financial discipline and fiscal stewardship - all in the name of love... More > between father and son. In the rafters of an old barn rests a thirty-year old ten-speed bicycle. To the casual onlooker, the dusty bike might represent nothing more than a seemingly-forgotten heirloom. But inside their home, as they rock on chairs by firelight, a husband and wife recount the story behind the old ten-speed - and the enchanting holiday memories of a son who went the extra mile to share the love of Christmas with his father.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-08 By Jennifer Dill
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This research examines the use of individualized marketing as a transportation demand management (TDM) strategy, using the City of Portland’s SmartTrips program. This research has two specific... More > aims: (1) to evaluate whether the benefits of these individualized marketing programs continue to at least one year after the project ends; and (2) to examine whether the theory of planned behavior (TPB) can help explain the behavior changes identified. Surveys of residents conducted one or two years after the original program found that the share of daily trips made driving alone, walking, and bicycling were comparable to that found in the previous follow-up surveys.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-08 By Jennifer Dill
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This research examines the use of individualized marketing as a transportation demand management (TDM) strategy, using the City of Portland’s SmartTrips program. This research has two specific... More > aims: (1) to evaluate whether the benefits of these individualized marketing programs continue to at least one year after the project ends; and (2) to examine whether the theory of planned behavior (TPB) can help explain the behavior changes identified. Surveys of residents conducted one or two years after the original program found that the share of daily trips made driving alone, walking, and bicycling were comparable to that found in the previous follow-up surveys.< Less

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