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Green Expo: Ethanol headaches and possible cures

In Uncategorized | on October, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Green Expo: Ethanol headaches and possible curesNews from ConsumerReports.org: One of the stars of this year’s Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+Expo) isn’t permitted into the exhibit hall during show hours. It’s the ethanol mixed with gasoline at most pumps in the country. And when the conversation wasn’t about products to counter ethanol’s corrosive effects, […]

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Keith Combs wins Toyota Texas Bass Classic in dramatic fashion

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Keith Combs wins Toyota Texas Bass Classic in dramatic fashionNews from North Texas e-News: Combs outlasts Mike Iaconelli in sudden death fish-off  Conroe, TX – The Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC), the world championship of professional bass fishing, had to go into overtime to crown a champion. Keith Combs of Huntington, TX outlasted Mike Iaconelli […]

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Bear warnings getting boost as attacks increase

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Bear warnings getting boost as attacks increaseNews from Detroit Free Press: Email this article Bear warnings getting boost as attacks increase Wildlife agencies in the northern Rockies go to lengths to warn people of the dangers of grizzly country — from signs advising hikers to carry Mace-like bear spray to radio ads that warn hunters […]

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Bike trails’ opening day approaching

In Uncategorized | on October, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Bike trails’ opening day approachingNews from Anniston Star:The local plot of land off Monsanto Road, south of Alabama 202, was one of the first pieces of property purchased through the Forever Wild Program and will be one of the last opened to the public. But opening day is drawing near. The nearly 4,000 acres of […]

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VDOT mindful of Virginia bicyclists with state policy plan for bikers

In Uncategorized | on October, 25, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

VDOT mindful of Virginia bicyclists with state policy plan for bikersNews from Washington Post: By Associated Press, RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia is keeping bicyclists in mind as it carves out the state’s transportation plans. The Virginia Department of Transportation has completed its 2011 State Bicycle Policy Plan, which identifies the agency’s vision and goals for […]

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Numbers show bike traffic fell throughout Seattle

In Uncategorized | on October, 22, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Numbers show bike traffic fell throughout SeattleNews from Seattle Post Intelligencer: A city-sponsored count of bicyclists on Seattle streets last year showed bike traffic fell during Mayor Mike McGinn’s second year in office. The one-day 2010 annual bike count showed mixed results, with bike use increasing Downtown but falling 15 percent everywhere else in the […]

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Biking: Two rides that are sure to thrill, even if the colors don’t

In Uncategorized | on October, 16, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Biking: Two rides that are sure to thrill, even if the colors don’tNews from Press Herald:Posted: October 16Updated: Today at 8:18 PM By Karen Beaudoin kbeaudoin@mainetoday.comStaff Writer Bikers, hikers, tourists and nature lovers anxiously await the middle days of October, when their outdoor adventures are highlighted by the colors produced by the trees of Maine […]

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Mountain Bikers Plead With Elected Officials for Trail Use

In Uncategorized | on October, 13, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Mountain Bikers Plead With Elected Officials for Trail UseNews from Patch.com: Mountain bike enthusiasts—fighting to reclaim more than 20 miles of trails through Loch Raven Reservoir—are hoping a walk through the woods with elected officials will help their cause. In the past year, mountain biking has become a point of contention at Loch Raven as […]

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Competitive biker, 12, wants to go professional

In Uncategorized | on October, 09, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Competitive biker, 12, wants to go professionalNews from NorthJersey.com: Greg Stone biked the length of Cape Cod, the shores of Lake Michigan and a good deal of the Poconos over the summer, but it was in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee where he found gold. The 12-year-old Saddle River resident took first place in his […]

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Schools push walking and biking

In Uncategorized | on October, 06, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Schools push walking and bikingNews from Albany Democrat Herald: It has cut drop-offs at Oak Elementary by almost half Oak and Lafayette elementary schools in Albany have been working for the past three years to convince students to walk or bike to school instead of catching a ride. They’ve made posters. Given prizes. Color-coded neighborhood […]

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