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With a little more than a month remaining in 2014, Colorado Springs police said 12 of the 26 people killed in city traffic accidents were driving motorcycles -- compared with eight at the same time last year.
One of those victims was Nicholas Uberecken, 22. He was killed Aug. 21 in a crash with a SUV at the intersection of Cimarron Street and 31st Street. His fiance', Jordan Shinkle, said the SUV driver had a suspended license and is a habitual traffic offender.
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A "wall" organizer designed to hold various household objects with handles of varying thickness. Simply insert a handle into a slot and a rounded, gravity controlled, rolling ball automatically adjusts to the handle's thickness and grips it securely. Use in the laundry, garage, garden, utility room, offices, and more.
5-position wall organizer for handled tools
Rolling balls automatically adjust to each handle's thickness and grips it securely
Easy release by lifting the handle
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We’ve come a long way in head protection since the first “motorcycle helmet” was created nearly 100 years ago by Dr. Eric Gardner. That rudimentary helmet was crafted out of canvas and covered in shellac to help withstand hard blows to the head. As motorcycles got faster and manufacturing processes and materials evolved, so did the motorcycle helmet. These days they made of super-lightweight and strong materials such as carbon fiber, feature strict safety and testing standards, and are available Read more [...]
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The annual Los Angeles Auto Show continues to dazzle with new car intros and concept cars. As well it should. LA is the car culture capital of the US and the world, more so that Detroit (heresy to live-in-the-past Michiganders), clearly more so that taxi-driven New York City, home to the two biggest US shows. More automakers have their US headquarters in California, there are more design studios and electronics R&D labs in California, and America’s most innovative Read more [...]
Fully compatible with USB 2.0/1.1 specification, Individual port over current protection, Compliant with USB version:1.1/2.0, System Requirements: Windows: 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista; Macintosh: Mac OS 10.2, Mac OS 9.1,500mA each port is reliable at up to 15 feet of transmission, Great for adding additional USB ports to any computer( laptop, desktop, netbook, notebook and tablet) with a USB1.1 or USB2.0 port. Allows connection of peripherals such as USB mice, USB Portable Hard Drives and most other Read more [...]
Troy Helming was beaming. And for good reason: he had just taken delivery of the very first production Lightning LS-218 electric superbike—serial number 0001—at a special press event in San Francisco’s Financial District.
“I did the math,” Helming said. “It’ll get me from my home in Berkeley to my office in San Francisco in 17 minutes. That’s observing all speed limits, too, well under its 200-mph capability! And the fuel cost for my commute will be just pennies.” Helming is an Read more [...]
So perhaps it is no surprise that one of Theresa May’s favourite songs is Walk Like A Man by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Laying bare her musical tastes on Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, the Home Secretary says she chose the song as “women should be able to do the job as themselves and not feel like they have got to walk like a man”.
She also revealed her sense of humour by choosing to take an episode of 1980s BBC’s political satire Yes, Minister to her desert island.
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Dri-Fit fabric helps wick away sweat to help keep you comfortable and dry. Long-sleeve construction is ideal for a variety of training conditions. Neck tap added for durability and comfort. Swoosh design trademark screen print at upper left chest. Dri-Fit trademark heat transfer at front right bottom hem. 100% polyester.
Dri-FIT fabric to wick sweat away and help keep you dry and comfortable
Neck taping at interior
Ergonomic shoulder and side seams
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