I have found that there are many reasons to avoid jumping into some hobbies: the price point, the time sink, and the availability of practicing it. When it comes to road biking, a hobby that I have always been interested in, there seemed to be even more issues standing in my way. The prices on bikes good enough to ride around were crazy!
There are a few different ways to quantify the leaping in of a new hobby. Does the hobby offer you tangible benefits? Is the hobby affordable? Is the hobby something that you will pursue long into the future? Well, when I first saw the Giordano Libero 1.6 White/Red Men’s Road Bike-700c I felt compelled to give it a shot.
Introducing the Demali Road Bicycle.
If you are considering purchasing an entry-level bike and are new to cycling, the GMC Denali Road Bike may be just what you are looking for. The Denali has to be the best road bike under 200 dollars. It’s perfect for beginners just getting into the sport and looking for an inexpensive entry level bike. Most others agree as well, in fact it is actually one of the highest selling road bikes online and offline.
The exercise and dieting world is one that is full of choices, opinions, and scientific research. An exercise routine that works for one person may not work for another and those who can stick to one diet may fail it if attempted on their own. Continue reading Marcy Upright Mag Cycle Review
I contend that Chinese water torture was invented by an accountant. It’s the cheapest torment known to man. Here’s how it works:
1. Strap your victim face-up on a table. Laugh at his pitiful screams.
2. Slowly drip water onto his forehead.
3. Wait 2-3 hours.
The victim, according to historians who documented the torture tactics of the Spanish Inquisition, would perceive a hollow bowl forming in the middle of his forehead and, given enough time, would go stark raving mad.
Mother Nature has its own form of Chinese water torture: Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
The ideal conditions for human comfort are 72 degrees Fahrenheit, 50 percent humidity with partly cloudy skies and a 21-year-old beauty in the passenger’s seat. When I crossed into Utah on Old U.S Highway 50, the weather was 93 degrees, six percent relative humidity. An above ground worm would have sizzled into crispy bacon in less than 30 seconds.
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