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Basic information on wakeboarding

07th June 2010
The sport of wakeboarding can be considered a amalgamation of water skiing, snowboarding, and surfing. Wakeboarders attempt to remain on the surface of the water as they stand on a buoyantboard. It may seem that wakeboarding just entered the limelight, bu... Read >
Author: Shannon Maguire

How Fast Can an Electric Scooter Go?

02nd June 2010
Is a fast electric scooter adequately fast enough for you personally? While they are certainly not close to being as speedy as the majority of the gasoline-powered scooters, with the recent enhancements in speed they might be able to serve your needs. Whe... Read >
Author: Joshua Hardingur

The Best in Shock Absorbers: Skunk2 Shocks and Tokico Shocks

08th April 2010
Any racecar driver or racing enthusiast knows that the shock absorbers, or shocks, are an important part of vehicle design. Shock absorbers serve to smooth out shock impulse and to dissipate kinetic energy, thus improving ride quality and increasing comfo... Read >
Author: erzperformance@gmail.com

Longboard Powersliding

05th March 2010
The first thing you will want to do when learning to slide is to find a place without any hills. We will start by practicing the motions. If you are on flat land, practicing the motions should be easier. If you find that you are having a tough time stayin... Read >
Author: LDRodriguez

How To Go Slow on a Longboard

05th March 2010
When you are going down a hill and you are just moving too fast for your own comfort, how do you slow down? Simple! Start sliding. Sliding is used by longboarders all over the world for reducing momentum. Lucky for you, it's easy to learn.The first thing ... Read >
Author: Craig Holder

Go Kart Engines - Knowing the Differences Can Enhance your Racing

26th February 2010
Open wheel racing is just about as exciting as it gets. Watching skilled Indy Car drivers race around a 2 1/2 mile oval at speeds greater than 230 mph can be an adrenaline-pumping delight. Karting is just a variant of Indy Car racing. The difference is th... Read >
Author: Joshua Hardingur

cubefield game online secrets and tricks for a better life

20th January 2010
I've decided to share with everyone my experience on cubefield game online.Basically if you are not familiar with the cubefield game, you begin as a small star ship all by yourself on this remotely far-off planetoid and you cruise among these colorful cub... Read >
Author: neomi sunidaly

How to select the best urban bicycle.

08th January 2010
Sports bikes are considered as good bikes with just the similar traits. They have a light frame that is generally made up of aluminum and the wheels are designed to withstand high pressure when riding. The handle bars are kept low so the rider can hunch a... Read >
Author: cornell

Why do Cats Shed and Retract Their Claws?

05th October 2009
Why do cats lose their claws? Cats are the only animals that walk directly on their claws, not on their paws. It would be like humans walking on the tips of their fingers. Getting about on tip-toe (known as digitgrade) is an especially useful feature to ... Read >
Author: Lamar Deane

Speed Racking Horses

04th September 2009
The speed racking horse is a horse breed which has been around for many years but is just becoming popular among equestrians because the speed racker is an all around perfect horse in the hands of a skilled racking horse trainer. Good breeding combined wi... Read >
Author: Heather McKeehan

Car Fog Lights

29th August 2009
Fog Lights Fog Lights Fog lights just like any other car light are use for better visibility, but the main difference from a head light and a fog light is that it gives more brighter and better visibility that a normal head light can't. Fog lights are... Read >
Author: HK

Benefits and Drawbacks of Hybrid Electric Cars

11th June 2009
If you just listen to the car manufacturers, hybrid electric cars are the best and innovative invention since slice bread. Although, there many reasons to purchase an electric car, it is of great help to have the understanding of its benefits and drawback... Read >
Author: Robert Wilson

All-or-nothing about the bushpig outback Outback

15th April 2009
I'm not much of a ad-lib individual I've always been full of envy those citizenry who are competent to do amazing aerial stunts and tricks using only gravity and a piece of wood with wheels attached. Sure so, anyone riding the Wheelman Bushpig motorized s... Read >
Author: Wheelman

High Intenstiy Intervals For Fat loss

04th December 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Athleticbodysystem Training for fat loss has a stigma attached to it that it is a rather slow and time consuming process. Fat loss is associated with endurance type training and calorie restriction. If you perform endurance exercise ... Read >
Author: Bryan Kavanagh

Push Scooters

26th April 2007
In the early 1900s, scooters were used by children as a vehicle which they propelled by pushing and then jumping up on the flat board to free-wheel until the scooter lost it's velocity. Then they would push it again, gain some speed and then ride it once ... Read >
Author: Gregory
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