White Bmx Frame.
Price: $ 10
2383 North Wilson Way
95205 Stockton, USA
2012 Harley Davidson Road Glide with only 100 mis on the bike—BRAND NEW BUILD—fully equipped
Price: $ 13,000
Trails, bikes, technique and more
White Bmx Frame.
Price: $ 10
2383 North Wilson Way
95205 Stockton, USA
2012 Harley Davidson Road Glide with only 100 mis on the bike—BRAND NEW BUILD—fully equipped
Price: $ 13,000
Having a home based business is a a very liberating experience. Working for yourself means that you set your own hours, make your own decisions, and reap the benefits of hard work and determination. The tips in this article will show you how to have a successful home based business.
If you feel that you have gotten in over your head with your home business, do not think twice about hiring some outside help. You may want to consider hiring an accountant to take care of your books to prevent making any mistakes that could cost you quite a bit of money to repair.
Create a website that shows off who you are and what you offer. Make sure to give both of these equal attention. When buying from a home business, people like to know who they are buying from and detailed information about the product or service.
Even a person who owns a home business needs to consider retirement! Put a portion of your income away every week or month into an RRSP or similar financial product. In fact, it is an excellent idea to request the help of a financial planner at your bank to assist you in choosing how much to put away and what to put it into to garner the highest returns.
Keep an eye out for deals on the materials you have to buy for your business. You should always be looking for a lower cost in order to increase your profit margins. Be careful to keep your quality up to what it was when you started though or you can lose customers.
Include two or three navigation menus on your home business website so that every page easily links to the rest of your site. I like to have a main menu under the masthead at the top (Home, About Us, Contact Us, etc.), then a more detailed menu on the left (including subpages of the one that you’re on), and lastly a text menu at the bottom that replicates the menu under the masthead.
Having a home business is an ideal situation for many people. However, it is important to have a dedicated office space away from any noises or distractions. By having a separate, well-equipped work space in your home, where you can work without interruptions, you can increase your efficiency and productivity.
Set aside some time every day to work on your business. It is too easy to let a home business simmer on the back burner unattended. An unattended pot, however, seldom reaches its full potential. Even if you only work on your business a few precious minutes in the morning before you go to your day job, you will slowly make progress.
Remember that you’re awesome, and that is why you’re going to run a successful home business! If you don’t think highly of yourself, neither will your clients or customers. You need to have complete confidence in your work and your talents and that will spill over into your business. Even if you face a setback, remember that you’re the one who’s going to overcome it successfully and that’s why you’re amazing!
Post an ad on Craigslist to get leads for your home business. Many thousands if not millions of people crawl the Craigslist classifieds every day looking for local people who provide a quality service. Offer your services and a link to your website, so that people can find out more about what you to.
Order a smartphone especially for your home business. Using a smartphone ensures that you are the only one that answers the phone, that your clients can always reach you and that you can work from your phone. This gives you a lot of control and flexibility on how you run your business.
Before starting a home business, find a mentor in your field who can provide some guidance about how to go about your business. A seasoned veteran can give you invaluable advice about taxes and running your business, and may also have a network of contacts that you can turn to if you need more guidance.
How are your competitors getting the word out about their businesses through social media? Your home business can compete with the big boys when it comes to social media, so figure out what’s already working for them. Do they run contests on social networks, and what tools do they use to do it? Don’t plagiarize, but do gather strategies.
Don’t let your webdesigner get you hyped up on new technologies unless they’re really going to drive people to your website. For example, creating a mobile version of your website is really only important if you have content for sale which could be read while commuting. Instead, make your main site mobile-friendly so everyone can access it.
Check out free business seminars near you. Free seminars hold a wealth of information, and can be an excellent way to network with other business owners. You will learn valuable information about running your small home business and you will be able to bounce your ideas off of other business professionals.
Put banners up on websites, and use your own site for them as well. Banners are header and footer items that show off your business or offer special deals, so having one or several accessible to customers can quickly get more people interested in your home business. Make sure the banners work correctly, and link to where they should.
Remember that any driving you do related to your business can be written off on your taxes. Keep a detailed log of any driving you do to perform your home business duties, whether it is picking up raw materials for products or driving to drop off a shipment. You might be surprised at what you get back!
Navigating through self-employment can be a bit tricky at times. You live a little bit on faith, hoping that your next “paycheck” will be there to keep your business afloat. This article has shown you the best ways to be successful in your business adventures and get the most out of your home based business.
Fort Collins, CO May 23, 2013
The No Barriers Summit, a four-day outdoor adventure and arts festival rooted in overcoming barriers for people facing any significant life challenges, will take place August 8-11, 2013, in Telluride, Colo. The biennial event, which reaches out to people of all ages with cognitive and physical disabilities and their families, anticipates a significant international attendance and will offer a variety of clinics accessible to all ability levels, including downhill biking, fly fishing on the San Miguel River, geocaching, paddle sports, scuba diving, golf, horseback riding, rock climbing, mural painting and other arts, sailing and skateboarding. A complete schedule of events can be found at http://nobarriersusa.org/summit/.
No Barriers USA was co-founded in 2005 by blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer, to create a community of like-minded people who believed in harnessing their challenges for personal growth rather than being limited by them. Weihenmayer became the first blind climber in history to reach the summit of Mount Everest. At the age of 33, he became one of less than 100 individuals to climb all of the Seven Summits ? the highest peaks on each of the seven continents. Building on his own experiences, he helped form the No Barriers organization based on the assumption that each person, regardless of age, state of mind or physical condition, has a thirst for adventure and a hope for the future that is worthy of igniting. The inaugural program was a biennial Summit held in Cortina d?Ampezzo, Italy, in 2005. That Summit and the three held since have featured the newest technologies designed to enable people with and without disabilities to envision a full and active life ? a mission that will continue with the Telluride Summit in August.
?The No Barriers Summit inspires a sense of adventure, innovation, community ? and a belief in the power of the human spirit,? says Weihenmayer, also an author and speaker, as well as a No Barriers board member.
In addition to the Cortina d?Ampezzo Summit, past Summits have been held in Squaw Valley, Calif. (2007); Miami, Fla. (2009); and Winter Park, Colo. (2011). Telluride was chosen as the location for the 2013 Summit due to its landscape ? ideal for inspiring innovation, collaboration and a spirit of adventure ? as well as its community, which has fully embraced the mission of the No Barriers Summit. Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is the local nonprofit partner for the event, committed to enriching the lives of people with disabilities by providing therapeutic recreational opportunities that develop life skills and encourage personal growth. Telluride Tourism Board worked with organizers to host the event.
Speakers for the 2013 Summit include award-winning journalist Bob Woodruff, who has become a spokesperson for recovering victims of war injuries and Kyle Maynard, the first congenital quad amputee to reach the summit of 19,340-foot Mount Kilimanjaro. The event features many outdoor community activities, including a block party in downtown Telluride, an outdoor movie screening, and No Barriers University, where leading scientists and inventors share the latest innovations in adaptive technology.
Registration before June 1, 2013, is $ 150 per person with discounts available to families with four or more participants from the same household and military service members. Registration includes entrance to all Summit events, participation in five clinics, dinner on Thursday and Friday evening, plus sack lunches with Friday, Saturday, and Sunday clinics. For additional information on the No Barriers Summit, visit http://www.nobarriersusa.org/summit.
Company Information: No Barriers USA is a nonprofit organization established with the mindset that authentic immersion experiences push individuals outside of their comfort zones, challenging them intellectually, emotionally or physically. Included in the organization of No Barriers USA is Global Explorers and Soldiers to Summits. For additional information, visit http://www.nobarriersusa.org.
Media Contacts: Katie Watkins, No Barriers USA, katie(at)nobarriersusa(dot)org; 970.484.3633; Darla Worden, WordenGroup Public Relations, darla(at)wordenpr(dot)com, 303.777.7667
Some cool Pedals images:
Image by germanium
Already sold, but pictured in this photo:
* Lovepedal Black Magic
* Subdecay Blackstar
Modify throttle pedal and surroundings
Image by exfordy
When the throttle pedal was in the as-delivered position the cable was too slack so Caterham sent me a pedal with a bent arm to take up the slack. Now I want to move the pedal towards me it is bent too much. I reverted to the original pedal and in fact bent it the other way.
There is another arm pointing rearwards which abuts the adjustable stop. When the pedal is moved rearwards that arm hits the bulkhead flange… which has to be cut away. And that arm has to be shortened to clear the bulkhead. Then it is too short to abut the adjuster. I drilled another position for the adjuster.
Image by maury.mccown
Here’s the latest incarnation of my guitar pedal board. See notes for details.
Jeffrey Kroll, a lawyer representing motorcycle accident victims in Chicago and throughout Illinois, said today that the message of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month this May should be that everyone on the road shares responsibility for preventing motorcycle crashes.
?No one wants to be involved in a car accident, and no one wants to be responsible for the deadly injuries that a motorcyclist can suffer in a collision,? said Kroll, a partner at Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C., a leading Chicago personal injury law firm.
?But staying out of a motorcycle accident requires safe driving on the part of a driver behind the wheel of a family sedan, SUV, school bus, delivery van, 18-wheeler or any other vehicle on the road as much as it requires a motorcycle rider to avoid an accident,? Kroll said.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recognized May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. The agency is offering a variety of downloadable materials on its website to spread the word.
The campaign includes increased enforcement by local police throughout May to make sure motorcyclists and drivers of all other types of vehicles are obeying state and local laws, the NHTSA says.
Research from the NHTSA shows that motorcyclists are nearly 40 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in traffic crashes
?Drivers should keep in mind that because a motorcycle is one of the smallest of vehicles on the road it can ?hide? in your vehicle?s blind spots,? Kroll said. ?The easiest way to avoid colliding with a motorcycle rider is to always check blind spots and always signal before changing lanes or making turns.?
The NHTSA says 4,612 motorcycle fatalities in 2011 accounted for 14 percent of total highway deaths for the year despite motorcycle registrations representing only about 3 percent of all vehicles in the U.S.
Motorcycle accident fatalities accounted for 15.8 percent of all Illinois highway fatalities in 2011, according to the Illinois Department of Transportation. The 145 motorcyclists killed in Illinois in 2011 represented a 10.7 percent increase from the 131 who died in 2010.
?Motorcyclists have responsibilities too,? Kroll said. ?Riders should obey all traffic laws, always wear a proper helmet and other protective gear, and they should make efforts to avoid riding in cars? or trucks? blind spots.?
The veteran motorcycle accident lawyer added that riders who take all of the proper safety precautions can still be injured in a wreck caused by a negligent or reckless driver.
?Unfortunately, there will always be unsafe drivers among us,? Kroll said. ?An additional measure for teaching responsibility to negligent drivers is to hold them accountable for the harm they cause.?
If a rider is seriously injured in a motorcycle accident caused by a careless or reckless driver, the injured motorcyclist can seek compensation for their injuries, damage to their bike and other losses, Kroll said.
?Motorcyclists have a right to the road and the right to seek redress when another harms them,? Kroll said. ?Our firm strongly stands up for protecting Illinois motorcyclists? rights.?
About Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C.
Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. is a leading Chicago personal injury firm with offices in Chicago (22 West Washington Street, Suite 1600, Chicago IL 60602) and Waukegan (218 North Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, Waukegan, IL 60085). In addition to representing clients in catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice, aviation and product liability cases, the firm focuses on car and truck accidents, airplane and train accidents, construction injuries, birth injuries, brain injuries, unsafe properties and animal attacks. The firm has obtained more than $ 650 million on behalf of its clients in personal injury and wrongful death cases, including 195 multi-million dollar verdicts or settlements. For more information, call (312) 372-1227 or use the firm?s online contact form.
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1190 Rockville Pike
20852 Rockville, USA
Saturday morning and spend the afternoon and Sunday exploring the area, fishing, riding bikes, quads, rock
80439 Evergreen, USA
Check out these Mountain Biking Technique images:
Mountain Biking – Panning!!!
Image by Natesh Ramasamy
In photography, panning refers to the rotation in a horizontal plane of a still or video camera. Panning a camera results in a motion similar to that of someone shaking their head "no" or of an aircraft performing a yaw rotation.
Film and professional video cameras pan by turning horizontally on a vertical axis, but the effect may be enhanced by adding other techniques, such as rails to move the whole camera platform. Slow panning is also combined with zooming in or out on a single subject, leaving the subject in the same portion of the frame, to emphasize or de-emphasize the subject respectively.
Different porterage techniques
Image by * Click-Clack-Kodak ! *
A few nice Bikes images I found:
Bike bag contents
Image by Jeff Youngstrom
There’s a meme wandering through the bike blogs for showing what’s in the bag you schlep on your bike. So here’s the contents of my freeloaders. There used to be a set of pruning shears that I found in the road and use to clear the trail, but they must have bounced out somewhere. See notes for details.
Image by Hello, I am Bruce
I’ve finally got a bike locker at work. They were installed in November, it took ages before anyone told me how I could get one, my sixty quid deposit cheque was cashed in December, but it’s taken until the end of January to get access to it! I don’t think anyone else has one yet.
It’s made by www.bikeaway.com/ .
The bike is held up by a metal loop round the front wheel. It’s a bit tricky to use, but I guess I’ll get used to it. Being able to store bags, lights etc with the bike instead of carrying them to my office will be a big advantage.
The reflective jacket is a free gift from my employers. Perhaps they’ll swap it for a decent jersey.
Unfortunately it stinks around the lockers, because that’s where the smokers hang out.
The negative consequences of not properly managing your diabetes are very severe. Amputated limbs, blindness, and even possible death are what you have to look forward to if you do not manage your disease. Make sure you read this article and work hard to manage your diabetes while you still can.
Make sure you pack your snacks to control your blood sugar. Good snacks include raisins, fruit juice, or hard sweets like toffees or mints. Quick access to these type of snacks can make a world of difference in controlling your blood sugar.
If your stomach feels full before finishing a meal, you may have “diabetic gastroparesis.” In this complication, the stomach empties food too slowly due to nerve damage. Because of unpredictable stomach emptying, gastroparesis can complicate blood-glucose control. Fatty or high-fiber foods can make gastroparesis worse. Medication treatments include metoclopramide (Reglan), erythromycin and domperidone.
Plan in advance for any high-sugar foods you will eat. Have insulin on hand for any sudden increases in blood sugar levels, and make sure that you monitor your blood sugar levels afterwards. The important thing to do is to be aware of how you’re feeling at any point after the meal.
Try buying food at local farmer’s markets or at the farm itself to get discounts on healthy foods. A diet for Diabetes doesn’t have to be expensive, you just have to look for deals and sometimes shop in different locations. Eating farm fresh eggs for the first time will make you a believer!
Following the USDA Food Guide Pyramid will help you to live healthier with diabetes. The food guide pyramid was developed as a guide for healthy eating for everyone. It works for people with diabetes, too. The shape of the pyramid tells you how much to eat of different foods.
If you are having trouble determining the best diet to control your diabetes, consult a registered dietician (RD). She will be able to help you develop a diet plan to keep your blood glucose levels as normal as possible. She is also an excellent resource for learning about healthy foods and meal planning in general.
When you have been diagnosed with diabetes, it is important to have a support system in place. This can be family or friends. Ask them to come to your appointments with you to better-understand how you will manage your condition. In addition, finding another person with diabetes to talk with might help.
Diabetics should make sure to always wear socks to bed and wear slippers or shoes inside the house. You’ll want to both provide shock absorption for your feet as well as protection from stepping on something sharp or damaging. Diabetes can lead to an increased susceptibility to infection, so be extra careful!
Technically, for diabetics, no specific foods are completely off limits. That being said, it is important to eat problem foods in moderation and know exactly what you are eating. Pay attention to nutrition labels and be sure to compensate for what you’ve eaten by cutting back on something else or exercising.
Join a support group for those with diabetes. It’s not because you don’t fit in anywhere else, it’s because talking to others with your condition will help you to feel that you aren’t quite alone in the world. Other people are going through what you are going through and a support group can help.
Always being prepared in case of an emergency or unforeseen obstacle is important if you have diabetes. Always have at least three days of your diabetes supplies ready, and stored in a location that can be easily accessed in case of an emergency or disaster. This way, you will be prepared and not distressed should something occur.
Clean out your pantry and fridge of all processed foods as well as foods high in sugar and trans fats. Eating trans fats and any food that has partially hydrogenated oils will increase your belly fat and put you at a higher risk for getting diabetes. These foods are not good for anyone to be eating, so it is best to toss them.
Diabetics should work exercise into their daily routine, so think about what you’re doing right now and how you could be doing more. Maybe it’s putting a pile of books under your desk and stepping your feet up and down them. How about getting up and chasing the dog around the house for 10 minutes? Every bit helps!
Women with diabetes may need to do a bit more planning about pregnancy than the average woman. Keeping blood sugars in check is vital for the fetus. A blood sugar diary is helpful as is keeping as healthy as possible if wishing to carry a child. Talking to a doctor about your plans to become pregnant is also very important.
Stay informed about the new methods for controlling your diabetes. Drug companies are coming out with new forms of insulin and medications all the time. The most effective way to stay up to speed is by discussing any new methods of control with your doctor. Your doctor knows both you and the treatment methods and can determine what will be best for you. Also, check reputable online government and medical society websites for additional information.
Learn what foods have a high-glycemic index sweet like cookies, sugar-laden soft drinks, as well as carbohydrate filled breads. Cereals, and pastas are all high-glycemic index foods. These foods can cause your blood sugar to rise very quickly, usually referred to as a spike. Stick to the perimeter of the store, with fresh produce and meats, and avoid heavily processed foods.
Take the time to learn as much as you can about your disease. It will make it easier for you to understand what is happening and why it happens. There are also support groups scattered across the country that will help you get the support that you need to deal with this disease.
Always make sure that you’re doing whatever you possibly can to avoid the severe complications that can arise from diabetes. You can live a long, full, and illustrious life with this disease, especially if you’re using tips like the ones you’ve just read here to help you out along the way.