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In the Verge TS the electric motor is integrated straight into the back wheel. This also means that all of the power is transferred straight to the road. Integrating the motor into the back wheel creates more space in the middle of the bike for the battery pack. This allows for very low weight distribution, making handling the bike feel more nimble and light. With the hubless design we have also been able to remove all moving parts like chains and cogwheels, leading to a beautiful, sleek design.




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Hi DC;I have a new Garmin Tour and have been attempting to get the Open Street Maps for Netherlands onto an SD card to use when we bike there in June. I have followed your instructions and got the gmapsupp(.img) file directly from an Openstreet download, dragged out of the zip file to the SD card.but when I follow the Garmin path (wrench-screwdriver symbol/trip pages/map/map information select map) no maps come up. All I get is a tile Enabled-AMR Standard Basemap.NR and no maps. What am I doing wrong?Thanks for your help.Tom


Thanks for taking the time to write. When I try and set a route to a POI, the unit tells me that there are no rout able roads. This despite following the instructions to select a bike-routable download file. I have defo enabled the map in the profiles, and can clearly see it there.


Right now I am using my iPhone with a bike mount and a battery case. I get about four hours of battery and have a great screen and mapping apps. Not sure if I should replace the iPhone with an 820 given that I have to carry an iPhone anyway for communication.


Voted MNMBS 'Best Race' in 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2021 and record setting participation in 2022, the Cuyuna Crusher is an experience like none other. Mountain bikers of all ages and skill levels along with friends and families are invited to the Cuyuna Lakes Area for the Annual Cuyuna Crusher sponsored by the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber and the Minnesota Mountain Bike Series. The Cuyuna Crusher takes place in the Mahnomen Unit of the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area.


Bring your family and enjoy all that the Cuyuna Lakes Area has to offer! Take the loved ones swimming, diving, fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding in our crystal clear mine lakes, stop in for a bite to eat at one of the many eateries and rest your heads in one of the many great lodging options. You will not regret the chance to explore the great Cuyuna Lakes Area while enjoying some of the best mountain bike trails in Minnesota!


The best kept secret in Minnesota! Abandoned by mining companies more than 30 years ago, this area now boasts 5,000 acres of regenerated vegetation. Offering a variety of recreation opportunities including biking (paved and mountain bike trails), snowmobiling, fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife-watching, scuba diving, camping and more. Over 70 miles of mountain bike trail systems cover nearly 800 acres of regenerated vegetation, 27 miles of natural shoreline, six mine lakes connecting to create 267 acres of continuous water, perfect for exploring by boat or canoe. Anglers can cast a line for trout (with a trout stamp), northern, bass, crappie, or sunfish.. Check out the Yawkey Mine Lake, or for a great view go west through the Miner's Mountain Rally Center to see the Miner's Mountain Overlook and the Huntington Mine Lake.


No experience with bike races? That's okay! We have lots of positions that require zero knowledge of the sport. Positions include trail stewards, first aid, floaters, water station, traffic support, parking and clean up crew.


The 74-Z speeder bike, sometimes referred to as the Imperial speeder bike due to its use by scout stormtroopers of the Galactic Empire, was a speeder bike manufactured by Aratech Repulsor Company used for reconnaissance purposes, as well as rapid transportation in combat zones.


Used by the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars along with the younger BARC speeders, these speeder bikes saw action on many worlds. The bike was first used during the Battle of Geonosis. The 74-Z was capable of being deployed from LAAT/i gunships. On the planet Saleucami, Jedi Master Stass Allie was killed by her own troops while riding a 74-Z bike. It was also used by the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[8]


During the Galactic Civil War, both the Galactic Empire and the Alliance to Restore the Republic utilized these speeder bikes, though Aratech primarily supplied the vehicles to Imperial forces. On the forest moon of Endor, Imperial scout troopers engaged in a vicious chase with Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa after the Rebels commandeered speeder bikes to pursue their foes. 74-Zs subsequently saw use in the battle that followed.[9]


These speeder bikes were meant to be shown during the Battle of Geonosis in Attack of the Clones, but their scenes were cut at the animatics stage. Despite this, one was featured in a 2003, the 4482 LEGO AT-TE set as part of the Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones line and another in the 2008, the 7676 LEGO Republic Gunship set as part of the The Clone Wars line.


BIKEPACKING.com is dedicated to exploration by bicycle. We inspire and inform through original bikepacking routes, stories, and coverage of the gear, news, and events that make our community thrive. We believe travel by bicycle has the power to encourage conservation, inclusivity, and respect for all people and cultures. More here.


Snacks he brings on long bike rides: Gummies of some sport, Clif Shot Blocks in Salted Watermelon are my go to, but a bag of gummy bears/worms works too. If it's a really long ride, sometimes a pickle!


After realizing as a teenager that ball sports were not my calling, I took to the woods with some friends on our early generation mountain bikes. Next thing I knew, I was working at a bike shop to fund my bike habit and spending evenings on group rides. I raced mountain bikes as a kid then started road racing in college while continuing to wrench to pay the bills. I hung up the racing wheels and shifted careers in my mid-20s but continued to ride for fun and exercise. Now that going my fastest is no longer the goal, helping others enjoy the sport is one of my favorite parts of mountain biking.


His longest ride: I did some back-to-back centuries in my 20's with some of those days getting up to 115-125 miles. My longest mountain bike ride was a spectacular trip in Colorado riding from Copper Mountain to Leadville. The route tops out at over 12,000' and has some snow crossings. I must have been in good shape as I don't remember the physical challenge as much as the beautiful scenery and other happy travelers along the way. My friend was on a hardtail and got beat up by some long descents on scree. I have never regretted having full suspension for those long rides.


Forest animal he most relates to: I've always loved tigers, but they are large, quick, graceful, and beautiful; and I am not. I'm more like a mule in many ways. My sense of curiosity drives my exploration by bike. Helmets tend to accentuate my big ears. And, I may not be fast, but my stubbornness helps me get the ride done.


On his 76th birthday, Jobst crashed his bike at the Sand Hill Road and Whiskey Hill Road intersection near Woodside during an early morning ride in a dense fog. It was his last bike ride. His serious injuries added to the burden of other health liabilities.


On the last day of your Morro Bay trip, you may want to head over to Montana de Oro State Park. Called one of the best parks in California, it boasts several places where you can camp and stay the night as well as things to do during a daytime visit. You can bring a bike to hit the biking trails and take a horseback ride before wandering along some of the hiking trails. The picnic areas are the perfect place to grab lunch while you're waiting for one of the guided tours. Visitors can also go windsurfing, scuba diving, and snorkeling or check out the exhibits in the welcome center. 041b061a72


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