Archive for September, 2013

USA Hydraulic E Brake Fitting Instructions – Motorsport Tech Sessions

Monday, September 30th, 2013
Hello. Desert racing, drifting, rally driving requires extensive use of the Hydraulic E Brake. To be competitive in Desert racing, Drifting or Rally driving you must be able to lock up the rear wheels with ease and instantly to be able to maneuver the race car around the hard turns required for these types of racing. The Hydraulic E Brake eliminates The Rest of the Story [...]

British Success At The Tour of Britain

Friday, September 27th, 2013
By Dave Regis The Tour of Britain concluded in London on Sunday, with none other than Sir Bradley Wiggins sealing an emphatic victory and taking the tour. Martin Elminger finished 26 seconds behind the infamous Wiggins, with Britain's Simon Yates taking third as well as topping the young riders list. The success in the Tour of Britain for Wiggins The Rest of the Story [...]

Seven Aviation Pioneers

Monday, September 23rd, 2013
By Kate Whitely While the aviation age began early in the 20th Century with the flight of the Wright Brothers, the story of aviation stretches back hundreds of years and features a colorful cast of characters. This guide, presented by Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology, introduces seven essential aviators, adventurers, and inventors who The Rest of the Story [...]

The Pros And Cons Of Hydration Packs

Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Staying hydrated is an important part of enjoying out door activities like cycling, walking and hiking. Carrying a water bottle from which to drink while on the move has been the traditional way of achieving this. However carrying a water bottle has some obvious disadvantages such as having to stop to get the water bottle out while on the move. Hydration The Rest of the Story [...]

Athlete’s Foot: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
When the soles of the feet and the skin between the toes are affected with itchy, scaly and red eruptions, the diagnosis is usually termed as Tinea Pedis or more commonly, Athlete's foot. Cause and Spread This is usually caused by a fungal infection but cannot be treated until proper tests have been conducted. This illness can also spread to more The Rest of the Story [...]

The Daily Pageant – Kampot, Cambodia Edition

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
By Morgan McFinn 'The Daily Pageant' is devoted to chronicling news, sports and weather and was first established on the idyllic island of Koh Samui in the Gulf of Siam. There was never a shred of truth to anything published in 'The Daily Pageant' and nobody on the island ever read it but, I got a kick out of writing the damn thing. I now think it's The Rest of the Story [...]

Packing Survival Kits

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
There are hundreds of thousands of people who spend their free time planning survival kits that are meant to be their way of life should something happen For many people, this planning is due to the unease they feel with the current economy or the fear of what could happen The Rest of the Story [...]

Outdoor Survival Gear For Camping Trips

Monday, September 16th, 2013
Camping is a fun activity that many people enjoy, yet this is an activity that a person needs to plan for Along with knowing the area that a person is camping in, an individual also needs to have outdoor survival gear to make this venture safe and to ensure if there are any obstacle or surprises during this adventure that these can be death with accordingly The Rest of the Story [...]

Travel Tips to European Countries: Holland

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Copyright © 2013 John Hunter About the Country The summers are cool here but the winters are severe with some chances of snowfall. Rainfall can be expected in any month of the year. Dutch is the official language here. English, French and German are the other languages that are spoken, out of which English is widely spoken. Incase of emergency The Rest of the Story [...]

DIY Bicycle Repair and Restoration

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
For everyone who would like to do any kind of work on the bi-cycle my suggestion is to do it themselves You don't want to basically turn your bike to the others because they can cause destruction or just not stable for your body The Rest of the Story [...]