Archive for May, 2011

 High-Tech Reinvention of a bike
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  Posted May 28th, 2011 by Zdenko  in TOOLBOX | One comment

Toolbox

By: Team Sky on Facebook
 
Future Proof: How the Common Bike is Poised for a High-Tech Reinvention
Three remarkable innovations are transforming the mechanics of the common bicycle. In fact, these new technologies may be the most significant developments in bike engineering since the original “safety” bicycle was invented at the end of the 19th century. Is your current two-wheeler even worth keeping? The following report should make you wonder.

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 Cobá ruins
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  Posted May 24th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Travel | One comment

Traveling Mexico

By Zdenko Kahlina

Mayan Ruins of Coba: archaeological park in Quintana Roo state, on Yucatan peninsula, in Mexico.
Cobá was an ancient sacred Mayan city and a major trading center between the years 500 to 900 AD.

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 Velocity stage race 2011
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  Posted May 17th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Cycling | 2 comments

Edmonton Cycling

By Zdenko Kahlina
 
How windy was Velocity stage race?
Strong fields and flatland racing with horrendous cross winds ever experienced during the bike race (70+ km/hr), characterized this past weekend’s Velocity Stage Race held in and around Edmonton, Alberta. Approximately 180 riders competed in four men’s and two women’s categories. With this race cycling season is now officially open in Edmonton.

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 Reinventing the Suitcase
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  Posted May 11th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Travel | One comment

Traveling the world

By: Joe Sharkey
 
The man who changed the way we travel
MANY thousands of years ago, there were two important inventions, the wheel and the sack. As a traveler, I can’t help wondering why it took so long to put rollers on that sack to create wheeled luggage.

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 The Man Behind SpiderTech
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  Posted May 4th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Cycling | 2 comments

Sporting legends

Contributed By Phil Gale

Europe, get ready for the Canadian invasion!
The world of cycling has historically been dominated by the Europeans. Belgium, France, Italy and Spain are countries that are most engrossed with cycling’s past. There are times in that history when new countries have broken into the fore, with their refreshing and often radical ideas.

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