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What Life Was Like In 1965

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Attention This enterprise has no rankings or reviews. Join to go looking our checklist of verified and really useful service providers. The seniors at my faculty(class of 2012) taped a bunch of used pads to one of the willow trees within the entrance of our school and left a sign on it saying pussy willow. the subsequent day they had to take them down however nobody wished to so the burned them on the tree. the tree is ok but the entire exterior are of the varsity smelled like period instances 300. it was horrible and still is. its been...
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Free Printable Sports Birthday Party Invitations Templates

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Get the massive sports news, highlights and analysis from Times journalists, with distinctive takes on games and a few behind-the-scenes surprises, delivered to your inbox each week. Football is the most popular team recreation on the earth. Some individuals believe that the Romans performed a type of soccer; it was played within the Middle Ages as a tough and few rules. Later, totally different types or codes of soccer had been invented. hello GH< you="" seem="" to="" know="" what="" you="" are="" atlking="" about,="" you're="" an="" all="" around="" man,="" professor,="" editor="" and="" net="" page="" developer,="" whew,="" what="" more="" can="" i="" say!=""...
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Precious gem: A shimmering Triumph Bonneville by Tamarit

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The value of a precious stone is rarely negotiable. Diamonds, rubies, and sapphires are priced based on cut, clarity, color, and carat weight. But this Triumph, dubbed ‘Emerald,’ is something different altogether, with a value waiting to be defined at the Bonhams auction house in Paris. Tamarit Motorcycles is a custom-bike-making powerhouse in Alacante, Spain, focusing exclusively on Triumph’s air- and oil-cooled Bonneville platform. Emerald is the 129th build to roll out of the shop since it was founded in 2019, and the 13th to bless the pages of Bike EXIF. Many of Tamarit’s builds are approachable bikes—comparatively affordable machines...
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How to create a positive impact on the environment with your company

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People nowadays are more and more aware of the fragile state of the natural environment of the world. Most people want to buy products that are sustainably created and buy from companies that are eco-friendly. What could you, as a company owner, do to increase your positive effect on the environment? Small eco-friendly steps First you start small. Use less paper in your business, buy less redundant products, make everything more digital. This will save you a lot of costs as well, so it is win-win situation. In addition, the things you do have to purchase, need to be sustainable...
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2023 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S | First Look Review

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In addition to the recent announcement of the 2023 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R, KTM has released details on the 2023 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S, which will be available this month at authorized KTM dealers.  Related: 2023 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R | First Look Review  For 2023, KTM has taken the base of the KTM 1290 Super Adventure S, which the company says is “engineered to conquer mile after mile on all types of terrain,” and added a fresh sheen as well as several refinements for the benefit of practical adventuring.  Advertisement The KTM 1290 Super Adventure S...
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Cool as ice: A GSX-R750 Slingshot from the Netherlands

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A boxed aluminum frame, round headlights, three-spoke wheels and and bold graphics; nothing epitomizes the dawn of the 90s like the 1990 Suzuki GSX-R750. The 115 hp Slingshot was the first GSX-R with upside down forks, and the last one to put its twin lights on full display. It demands attention, even today—so if you’re going to customize one, you’d better make it unmissable. That’s Michel Szozda’s theory, at least. He customizes motorcycles as Cool Kid Customs, working out of a space that he shares with other creative friends in Haarlem, near Amsterdam. His style is anything but conventional, and...
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Oriental Uppercut: A gnarly Honda CB1100 by Rough Crafts

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Remember the Honda CB1100 TR Concept? Revealed in 2016 at EICMA, it was conceived by Honda Europe designer, Valerio Aiello, as an aggressive, flat track-inspired take on the Honda CB1100 modern classic. Not only did it never make it into production, but Honda eventually stopped producing the CB1100 altogether, just last year. The spirit of the TR Concept lives on in this gnarly Honda CB1100 RS custom from Rough Crafts in Taiwan. When Rough Crafts’ Winston Yeh was commissioned to customize the CB, his thoughts immediately turned to Valerio Aiello’s design. “If you ask me which is my favorite custom...
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Chemical Reactions: Wannabe’s custom electric chopper

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We tend to be afraid of what we don’t understand, shying away from things that are ‘different’ or ‘foreign.’ Even something as lovely as this all-aluminum motorcycle from Enrico de Haas of Germany’s Wannabe-Choppers is hated by some—simply because it has an electric powertrain. “Sometimes I’m even happy about the bullshit,” says a smiling Ricky, who founded Wannabe-Choppers at 15 with the aim of one day creating a completely scratch-built motorcycle. (Seriously: His shop recently started making grips in order to learn more about rubber manufacturing and use that knowledge to produce tires.) Ricky and his team built this rigid...
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Editor’s Choice: An alternative top 10 for 2022

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You know the drill. Once we’ve processed the data and published our ranked list of the year’s best custom motorcycles, I throw it out the window and pick my personal favorites. And it’s never easy. 2022 has been a good year for the custom scene. My short list started with 42 motorcycles, all of them winners in their own right. In the interest of fairness, I then eliminated any bikes that already made our ranked list, and whittled the selection down. The result is an eclectic list of customs that all stand out for their creativity, ingenuity and overall radness....
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Meet Beijing’s young Zero Engineering motorcycle riders

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Miki is 26 years old, compact in size, but rides with a confident, easy strength. Her crew blasts around Beijing on near identical Zero Engineering Type 6 motorcycles; 92.63 cubic-inch S&S Shovelheads with Baker six-speeds. The geometry of the Type 6 works for smaller riders like Miki. A rigid Gooseneck frame with a 33.2-degree rake drops the frame four inches from the street, and a mere 26 inches from seat to street. The classic Zero design Springer front end and larger 5.00-16 tires harken to a nostalgic past, while the bike’s modernized, long wheelbase and narrow width works wonders for...