In this ancient temple in India called the Panchavarnaswamy Temple temple and here you can see something quite extraordinary. In a dark corner, on one of the walls, we can see this amazing carving of a man riding a bicycle.
Subbing our brother Alex at Motored life. "MINOTAUR" 2017 Zeda "PK" "Gt5" balanced type A piston 66/80cc engine 40T rear sprocket Stock NT carb Stock CDI Stock spark plug 2010 Magna 24" mountain bike 24"×1.75 front 24"×2.10 rear Brush bars with custom throttle
Here is the bike that truly revived the 80cc motorozed bike’s popularity close to a decade ago. This is the classic OCC Schwinn Chopper with a chrome thrust exhaust. This has the CNC Stingray engine mounts, a CNC 40t sprocket, and 16” ape hangers. This is a really fun ride. Thanks or watching.
Moron showing how to potentially die on a bicycle. I was turning left and he came from the street I was turning into, but he was on MY side of the road. Luckily for him I saw him before I moved to the left side of the road. And yes you can hear me yelling at him over the music.
He didn't get the whole race in this video but at the end of the video he continued around the track alone for the rest of the race because he couldn't catch up to the fast guys for the rest of the race. He finished 1st place in novice and theoretically 4th place in expert. Congratulations WT MotoBikes. Our honor to sub you. Fair use act 1976. For education or criticism and comments. Come visit us at: https://the-underground-revolution.mn.co/share/v83AdOplqbNOVg9m?utm_source=manual This channel is not monetized. Pay homage by simply joining the Underground Revolution, and following me.😎👍🏻🙏🏻✌🏻😊
Much like bitcoin started. This cost nothing.... Initiative Q is an attempt by ex-PayPal guys to create a new payment system instead of payment cards that were designed in the 1950s. The system uses its own currency, the Q, and to get people to start using the system once it's ready they are allocating Qs for free to people that sign up now (the amount drops as more people join - so better to join early). Signing up is free and they only ask for your name and an email address. There's nothing to lose but if this payment system becomes a world leading payment method your Qs can be worth a lot. If you missed getting bitcoin seven years ago, you wouldn't want to miss this.
Tony Desnick, Director for Development and New Projects with Nice Ride Minnesota, makes the case that bikes are saving the world from itself. Bicycles really do change you and, in amazing ways, change the community around you.
Lady drives her Buick like a boat at 0:20 while making a u-turn and cutting me off in the lane just so that she can get her sweet, delicious fries. You can hear her surprise as I pass the vehicle on the side. I don't expect a motorist to yield for me on the right, especially like this motorist.
We need a sage in these times to remind us how easy it is to roll your bike. Once again enter the immortal, Bicycle Habitat mechanic Hal Ruzal to give us the straight dope in what he's calling "your final warning" in this last chapter of our exclusive trilogy. Let's hope the third time is a charm!
This time around Hal's not only grading bike locking ability of anonymous locker-uppers, but he also shows you how he secures his bike so you too can score an "A" (or at least have a decent shot at an A- or B+.) And if you love the humorous anecdotes and musings here, don't miss our first two chapters: "Hal Grades Your Bike Locking" and "Hal (and Kerri) Grade Your Bike Locking".
Nearly five years ago, legendary bike mechanic Hal Ruzal and I walked the streets surrounding Bicycle Habitat and graded the bike locking ability of New Yorkers - producing many humorous and enlightening anecdotes. The resulting video aired frequently on bikeTV and at many festivals, and because of it - Hal is still frequently asked by complete strangers to judge their bike locking.
I always endeavored doing another, but as with most sequels you need a new wrinkle. This time we thought we'd give Hal some company and invited former Recycle a Bicycle mechanic Kerri Martin (and founder of The Bike Church in Asbury Park, NJ) to weigh in with her expertise.
Again, bikes on the streets of SoHo provide lots of fodder for laughs and lessons to learn.We didn't plan to but we walked the same loop and even used the same one-hour time frame. The results? The grades were a little better than five years ago. Sure, still some bad locking out there, but many more people are now sporting multiple locks and better strategies! Good news, maybe we made a difference after all...
We hit the streets of Soho with the help of Bicycle Habitat's most famous mechanic Hal Ruzal - who humorously grades the bike locking ability of New Yorkers. Sure he's harsh, but also damn funny while dispensing useful anecdotes from his many decades in the biz. Hopefully you'll learn how to keep your bike safe and avoid a failing grade.