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Technology
by 2labz
6 years ago
How to Read a Weather Map

You don't need a college degree to predict the weather; you just need to know how to read a weather map. Here are some basics and hints on how to make your own prediction.

Sports
by 2labz
6 years ago
How to shift a bicycle

If riding a bike seems like it's too much work, you might be doing it wrong - especially the "shifting gears" thing. Here's some help on how to figure out the whole shifting thing.

Auto
by 2labz
6 years ago
Truck Review: 2013 Toyota Tacoma

After 5000 miles, out second Toyota Tacoma (and third pickup) is working out very well, thank you.

Pets & Animals
by 2labz
5 years ago
Pettiquette: The Art of Responsible Dog Walking

How to be a good neighbor when perambulating the pooch around the block.

Sports
by 2labz
6 years ago
Review of CatEye Strada Wireless Cycle Computer

Every serious road cyclist has a cycle computer, and a lot of them have a CatEye Stradad Wireless. Find out why!

Health
by 2labz
5 years ago
Staying Safe While Cycling

Safe cycling does not mean wearing a condom on the road or trail. Whether you're riding around the block or across the country, safety should always foremost in your mind. Here are some hints to help you keep safe on two wheels.

Sports
by 2labz
6 years ago
Fluids that Keep a Road Bike on the Road

A good road bike deserves to be treated to regular maintenance and lubrication. Treat your two-wheel transportation well, and it'll reward you with dependable service.

Auto
by 2labz
6 years ago
Let's Hear it for the Pony Car

The heyday of the pony car lasted from the introduction of the Ford Mustang until about 1975. It was all about small, sporty cars that you could afford.

Travel & Places
by 2labz
6 years ago
Living Medium-Large at the Luxor Las Vegas

As it enters its twentieth year of operation, the Las Vegas Luxor Hotel and Casino is still dramatic.

Sports
by 2labz
5 years ago
Winter Cycling Gear, From Head to Toe

Winter cycling doesn't have to be torture. If you're a die-hard cyclist, extend the riding season by adding some specialized clothing that keeps you warm and dry without interfering with the real reason you've hit the road or trail.

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