French Cycling - All You Need
Submitted by: Christopher Strong
There are exceptions to the truism”you get what you pay for.” Buying a French Cycling bike is not one of them. This is not a cost. This is an investment. A chocolate bar is a cost. Once it’s gone – end o’ story. A good touring bike is an investment.
A continuing story. More than simply reliable transportation. It’s also your confidante ,dream facilitator, passport to adventure and your best travellin’ pal. So – ya need to find the best travelling pal possible. N’est ce pas?
Here are the “Friendship Qualities” to look for :
Light n’ strong. Here’s where “more”(dollars) is ,most often, mo’ beddah.$400-800 should getcha 90% of the cycling enchilada. In this price range the frame will likely be “cromoly” – a tasty blend of chrome and aluminium.
The more pictures of dead presidents you have to play with – the lighter the frame. The nth degree being carbon fibre. After that, it’s “the sky’s the limit price club.” Frames built with ...
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Thank Budget Cuts Saint Patrick
Maewyn went to France to study to be a Roman Catholic priest and organizer. He completed his studies, and after ten years he was sent to administer to Catholics in Britain. He took the name Patrick and returned, instead, to Ireland the land and people he loved.
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Panther Lake lays is in the middle of the area annexed to Kent four years ago. Low income working families predominate south of the Panther Lake area while more affluent neighbors live in the north and east side of the lily covered body of water. Exclusive and gated manufactured home communities own the south end. Wildlife abounds in and around the lake. The lake has been de-facto closed to recreational use. The entrance to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife boat launch, the only public access, was highly visible and open to the public prior to the lake’s annexation by the City of Kent. However, King County sold an abutting property for residential development during the annexation process. That property is the only public access point to a large, recreational space in the middle of urban sprawl at the lake end of 116th Ave SE .
Bike and Pedestrian Trail
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The plan was made by City of Renton contractor, MAKERS architecture and urban design working with the Benson Hill Community over a two year period. It called for making 116th Ave., Southeast the crown jewel of the Benson Hill communities. The most affluent area of Renton includes the area known as South of Petrovitsky. The Benson Hill communities have fared poorly in terms of capital improvements in SE Renton. Livibality continues to decline while our neighbors in the Highlands have seen $17.4 Million over three years ...