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10 Toddler Bike

10 toddler bike

  • A quite young human being, typically two to three years old, but can refer to any child that has started walking, up to about four years old, or at the time they have mastered walking; A traffic cone

  • A young child who is just beginning to walk

  • A toddler is a young child who is of the age of learning to walk, between infancy and childhood. Toddling usually begins between the ages of 12 and 18 months.

  • a young child

  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • A bicycle or motorcycle

  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

  • ten: being one more than nine

  • ten: the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system

  • A gramophone record, commonly known as a phonograph record (in American English), vinyl record (when made of polyvinyl chloride), or simply record, is an analog sound storage medium consisting of a flat disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove.

The Summer 2011 Bucket List challenge.

The Summer 2011 Bucket List challenge.

The Summer 2011 Bucket/Goal List Challenge.

Inspired by {e r i n} & grace g.¦

I want this summer to be a good one. And I know you want it to be too. But every September I find myself disappointed because well, I didn’t anything done besides moping around and watching TV. This Summer’s going to be different. And I want all of you to join me.

I’ve created a poster of all the things that I want to do this summer. After everyone I accomplish, I’m going to post a picture of it.

I hope you all join me in this motivated and totally fun summer. With every picture that people post I’ll be cheering them on and I hope you do the same. I want this summer to be the best yet. So let’s make it that.

Marissa’s Summer 2011 Bucket List:

1.Write a small book/short story. (big goals hey?)
2.Make videos every week.
3.Go swimming
4.Ride my bike places instead of driving (library, ice cream shop)
5.Cook a meal
6.Bake an amazing desert
7.Go to an American Girl Place!
8.Make/sew doll clothes
9.Watch a few episodes of the new season of Toddlers & Tiaras
10.Take underwater pictures
11.Sketch random things
12.Go to camp
13.Redo my room ? paint, new comforter, new bookshelf
15.Finish AG “You Can Do It” poster
16.Practice splits, double pirouette, front handspring and russian
17.Exercise everyday
18.Eat healthy
19.Go to bed early on weekdays
20.Make a doll restaurant from Doll Dining
21.Flickr almost everyday
22.Meet girloftheyearstudios
23.Practice volleyball so I can make the team next year
24.Make a pepsi-mentos rocket
25.Go camping with friends/family
26.Watch a sunrise
27.Put really cool photoshop effects on photos
28.Play with water – sprinkler under trampoline
29.Paint each toenail a different colour
30.Go on a road trip
31.Learn “A thousand miles” on the piano
32.Keep room clean everyday
33.Have a slumber/spa party with friends
34.Colour all of the AG Summer Splash poster
35.Make a collage of what I love
36.Go on the computer only 1hr each day
37.Try a new hairstyle
38.Earn some $$
39.Finish this bucket list
40.Be Motivated!

Well, 40 things that I want to do this summer. Pretty ambitious, hey? I better get busy.

Comment if you want to take part in this too (:
Favourite it your going to support me :)

ride the drive

ride the drive

A perfect day for the 2010 "Ride the Drive". It's great to bike on John Nolen, stop where you want, and encourage your toddler to scream as loud as she can ("what sound does the monkey make?!") in the tunnel under Monona Terrace.

10 toddler bike

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10 18



Bicycle To Generate Electricity

bicycle to generate electricity

  • A state or feeling of thrilling excitement

  • The supply of electric current to a house or other building for heating, lighting, or powering appliances

  • a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons

  • energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor; "they built a car that runs on electricity"

  • A form of energy resulting from the existence of charged particles (such as electrons or protons), either statically as an accumulation of charge or dynamically as a current

  • keen and shared excitement; "the stage crackled with electricity whenever she was on it"

  • render: give or supply; "The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"; "This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"; "The estate renders some revenue for the family"

  • Cause (something, esp. an emotion or situation) to arise or come about

  • produce (energy); "We can't generate enough power for the entire city"; "The hydroelectric plant needs to generate more electricity"

  • Produce (energy, esp. electricity)

  • Produce (a set or sequence of items) by performing specified mathematical or logical operations on an initial set

  • bring into existence; "The new manager generated a lot of problems"; "The computer bug generated chaos in the office"; "The computer generated this image"; "The earthquake generated a tsunami"

  • A vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind the other, propelled by pedals and steered with handlebars attached to the front wheel

  • a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

  • In graph theory, a pseudoforest is an undirected graphThe kind of undirected graph considered here is often called a multigraph or pseudograph, to distinguish it from a simple graph. in which every connected component has at most one cycle.

  • ride a bicycle

bicycle to generate electricity - Electricity Demystified

Electricity Demystified

Electricity Demystified

Electricity is a strong topic for McGraw-Hill, as seen with our tremendous sales figures with the TAB list. The books sell well across nearly every channel, and are extremely well received internationally. "Electricity Demystified" is a self-teaching guide intended for anybody who wants to get familiar with the basic concepts of electricity, be it for a course, professional, or personal reasons. It is a pre-cursor to our much more in-depth title, "Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics", one of McGraw-Hill's most successful TAB titles, also by Stan Gibilisco.

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Using the swaying of a tree to generate electricity.

Using the swaying of a tree to generate electricity.

Finally grabbed a photo of my father-in-law's Tree Generator. Uses a
bicycle hub generator, a clothesline cable and a weight to transform
swaying into electricity.

Waterfall of Frua

Waterfall of Frua

The falls only flow freely at certain times of day and/or year. Most of the water is used to generate electricity. Imagine it's majesty, if you can.

bicycle to generate electricity

bicycle to generate electricity

Electricity (DK Eyewitness Books)

After two centuries of research and experimentation, electricity has revolutionized the way we live and become an indispensable part of scientific progress. Eyewitness Electricity brings vividly to life our exploration of this powerful natural force. It is a vital part of the living world. Our eyes receive light rays and turn them into tiny electrical signals that pass along our nerves to the brain. The chemicals in batteries create power for such things as toys and flashlights. The invention of electric motors enabled the creation of a whole range of household appliances that have shaped the modern world. See how electricity works nerves and muscles and what causes lightning. Learn how electricity can transmit voices and images across an ocean and what makes a silicon chip work. Discover the amazing speed of charged atoms, what happens when you tune in the radio, and much, much more!

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10 18


Bicycles computers - Giant cross bikes - Bicycles online store

Bicycles Computers

bicycles computers

  • An electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program

  • A person who makes calculations, esp. with a calculating machine

  • (computer) a machine for performing calculations automatically

  • (computing) computer science: the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures

  • (computing) calculation: the procedure of calculating; determining something by mathematical or logical methods

  • A vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind the other, propelled by pedals and steered with handlebars attached to the front wheel

  • ride a bicycle

  • (bicycle) a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

  • The Bicycles are an indie rock quartet from Toronto, Ontario composed of Matt Beckett, Drew Smith, Dana Snell, and Andrew Scott (formerly of The Meligrove Band).

bicycles computers - Cateye CC-MC100W

Cateye CC-MC100W Micro Wireless 10-Function Bicycle Computer (Silver)

Cateye CC-MC100W Micro Wireless 10-Function Bicycle Computer (Silver)

The Micro is CatEye's most popular wireless computer. It has 10 functions and 12 features, including LED backlight, manual odometer re-set, and a bracket that will mount on both stem and handlebar. This is the wireless computer for any style of riding.
Current speed
Maximum speed
Average speed
Elapsed time
Trip distance
Average speed
Elapsed time
Trip distance
Stem and handlebar mount
Programmable odometer
Universal bracket and sensor mount
Pace arrow
Dual tire size
Programmable speed unit
Auto or manual start/stop
Sleep mode
Auto power-saving modeSpecifications:
Battery: CR2032 (main unit and sensor)
Handlebar mount size: 22-32mm
Fork mount size: 11-50mm
Front fork speed sensor
Wireless transmission distance up to 70cm - 27 inches

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My Ingenious Smartphone/Bike Computer Setup

My Ingenious Smartphone/Bike Computer Setup

I found a great Google app for Android called My Tracks that does everything a bike computer does, and then some. It uses the GPS from your phone to record your speed, avg speed, elevations, and your route. Hit a button and it records your route and time and then uploads your data to Google Docs. Nifty, huh?

The only trick is, how do you get your smartphone on your bike? Well, you do it with three things:

Handlebar strap for a light
Hard plastic case for your phone
Crazy Glue

I'll let you figure out the steps to put it together.

Bicycle computer mount

Bicycle computer mount

Magnet hold the computer to the bottom of the dashboard. A piece of inner tube protects the paintwork.

Anti-Rattle device on the handbrake beyond (elastic band!)

bicycles computers

bicycles computers

Cateye CC-TR300TW Triple Wireless Cadence and Heart Rate Bicycle Computer

The V3 offers the latest 2.4GHz digital data transmission and virtually eliminates interference and cross-talk, while the large screen simultaneously displays speed, cadence, heart rate and time information.
Automatic second bike recognition
3 lines of display with 4 readouts
Speed/distance/time features: speed - average speed - max speed - speed pacer - distance - total distance - countdown distance - total time - timer - clock - date and auto or manual start/stop
Cadence features: cadence - average cadence - max cadence
Heart rate (HR) features: 4 programmable HR zones - HR, average HR - max HR - HR pacer - calorie expenditure
FlexTight mounting brackets for Bar/Stem and fork
Signal range: 5 meters
Ships with computer head, chain stay mounted cadence/speed sensor and Heart rate chest strap
2.4GHz digital wireless ID coded technology means no interference and quick updating data
Single chainstay-mounted transmitter for cadence and speed
Item Specifications
Heart RateIncluded
GPS EnabledNo

Featuring Cateye's exclusive ID-coded double wireless system, this bicycle computer provides three windows displaying four readouts. In addition to displaying the rider's heart rate, functions offered are the following: current cadence; average cadence; maximum cadence; total pedal revolution; resettable total distance; resettable distance unit; lap number; lap timer; lap distance; lap average cadence; lap average speed; current speed; average speed; second average speed; maximum speed; split timer; elapsed time; second elapsed time; total time; clock time; trip distance; total distance; second trip distance. The single user-friendly transmitter mounts on the left chainstay. Like all Cateye bicycle computers, this one is ultrasonically welded and water-resistant.
About Cateye
Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights, and reflectors to cyclists in the world. In 1964, CatEye was the first in the industry to create a flashing lamp for bicycles, followed by their first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle head lamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company's Opticube lens and reflectors make the brightest and most efficient LED headlights. while their LD500 remains the only rear safety light that can meet the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.

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10 18


Bike rollers - Custom bike wheels.

Bike Rollers

bike rollers

  • A small cylinder on which hair is rolled in order to produce curls

  • (roller) a long heavy sea wave as it advances towards the shore

  • (roller) a small wheel without spokes (as on a roller skate)

  • (roller) a grounder that rolls along the infield

  • A cylinder that rotates around a central axis and is used in various machines and devices to move, flatten, or spread something

  • An absorbent revolving cylinder attached to a handle, used to apply paint

  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

  • bicycle: ride a bicycle

  • A bicycle or motorcycle

bike rollers - CycleOps Aluminum

CycleOps Aluminum Roller Indoor Bicycle Trainer with Resistance

CycleOps Aluminum Roller Indoor Bicycle Trainer with Resistance

See your fitness-and your bike handling skills-improve when you add CycleOps rollers to your training program. You'll increase your balance, control and ability to ride a straight line, all of which translate to more efficiency, power and technique on the road. And because you have to pedal 100% of the time to balance your bike, you get an amazing workout. After a winter on rollers you'll be poised to lead the pack in the spring. Not only do rollers provide the most awesome stationary workout with incredible real-world ride feel, but they're also simple to set-up, store and transport. For warming up before a race or watching the time fly by during an indoor ride, rollers offer the ultimate in versatility and simplicity. CycleOps Aluminum rollers are a great starter set for indoor and outdoor use because they won't distort in heat or sunlight. This magnetic bar that works within the magnetic field of the rolling aluminum rear drum, allows you to increase the difficulty of your workout without any extra noise. CycleOps rollers can be conveniently folded for grab-and-go transport and out of the way storage, so training areas stay clutter-free. CycleOps Aluminum rollers are built to last and carry a lifetime warranty. Constructed from bi-fold tubular steel they can stand up to all sorts of abuse-like being tossed into the car, set up in parking lots at races, getting stepped on and the general rigors of daily use. We also guarantee that if anything ever breaks on it, we'll fix it or replace it. The 3.25-3.5" precision lathed drum diameters offer an optimal range of resistance with a super smooth ride and the adjustable wheel base fits just about any size bike. Rubber foot pads ensure that the only thing moving on the rollers are the drums so you get a secure, sturdy ride. Because mastering the rollers can take a few tries, the 16" wide base gives you room to move around until you're holding a straight line like never before.

The CycleOps AL Roller Bicycle Trainer with Resistance allows you to practice skills while riding indoors, so you can get serious about your form any time of year. The solid steel frame construction, extra wide stance, and six floor contact points, allow you to ride with confidence and get on and off your bike easily. CycleOps precision roller drums make for a smooth and quiet ride, while the bi-fold design makes for easy storage and transport. Precision-lathed 3.25-inch aluminum rollers will not distort when exposed to heat or sunlight, and the truly sealed bearings help deliver a bump-free ride. Plus, you can step it up a notch with five levels of quiet magnetic resistance that uses a unique, no-moving-parts design.

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The minimal texture on the rollers is enough to steer your wheel right off when you get tired and start losing control of your balance.

still much more fun than an ordinary stationary trainer would be.

rollers blood & bike

rollers blood & bike

After the roller wreck I had to pick up the bike before i went in to clean up

bike rollers

bike rollers

Minoura  Action Advantage Rollers  Trainer


Offering both strength, skill, and endurance training for cyclists, the Action Advantage Roller Trainer from Minoura features smaller 80-millimeter diameter rollers for natural resistance. Equipped with a high-quality yet lightweight alloy metal frame and rollers, the Action Advantage offers the a blend of durability and portability. The sturdy frame folds easily in two for storage and weighing just over 10 pounds is easy to take to the race with you. The Action Advantage is compatible with the foot-step and front-guard accessories (sold separately) and can be mounted with an additional magnetic resistance unit to offer 7 training levels (also sold separately). Backed by a 1-year warranty for the roller drum and a 5-year warranty for the frame, the Action Advantage Roller Trainer is a great choice for cyclists looking for a portable and versatile training system with the durability for long term use.

With 80-millimeter diameter roller drums, the Action Advantage simulates roughly the resistance level of a headwind on a flat road.
Natural Resistance and Optional Adjustable Resistance:
With 80-millimeter diameter roller drums, the Action Advantage Roller Trainer achieves natural pedal resistance, roughly equivalent to the simulation of head wind on a flat road. The smaller 80-millimeter diameter also closes the distance gap between bike and the floor for a safer feel when riding. Recognizing that some riders may want more resistance to meet their training goals, an additional "Mag" magnetic resistance unit (sold separately) can be installed on the Action Advance frame. The Mag unit offers 7 levels of resistance operated by a manual unit. The unit is driven by a V-belt and does not have a remote shifting device to reduce the potential danger caused by the long cable that could be caught in the crank arm or wheel while riding.
Adjustable and Foldable Alloy Frame:
The Action Advance Roller Trainer has a simple, fold-in-two frame design for easy storage. Constructed with light and strong alloy metal, the lightweight frame is easy to transport yet exceptionally stable when in use with a bike. In addition, the frame's alloy material is rust resistant to protect it from sweat produced during the workout. To accommodate your bike as perfectly as possible, the frame's front roller has 5 adjustable positions and the rear roller has 2 adjustable positions. The Action Advantage can be used with wheel sizes from: 24-inch/650c to 27-inch/700c wheels. The exact compatible wheelbase size is from 95 to 109 centimeters (+/-10 millimeters).
Metal Alloy Versus Plastic Roller Drums:
Minoura chooses to use metal roller drums instead of the plastic common to other brands for several key reasons: (1) Metal drums create less static electricity making it more comfortable to use the rollers in winter when the air is drier. (2) Metal drums retain their trueness within a range of 0.05 to 0.1 millimeters for drastically reduced vibration. Plastic drums cannot keep proper trueness and create perceptible vibration when in use. (3) The standard cylindrical metal drums are found by Minoura to perform better than their conical plastic counterparts. (4) Metal drums have a harder surface that cannot be marred by the bike tires when brakes are unintentionally applied.
Resistance Adjustability: 7 levels, non-remote with purchase of the Mag unit (sold separately
Compatible bike wheel sizes: 24-inch/650c to 27-inch/700c
Roller drum size: 8 by 36 centimeters
Dimensions (diameter by width): 131 by 49 centimeters
Wheelbase adjustability: 97 to 109 centimeters
Net weight: 10.14 pounds / 4.6 kilograms
Maximum load (including bike weight): 264.6 pounds / 120 kilograms
Benefits of Using a Roller Trainer:
The biggest benefit of using the roller trainer is the natural riding feel that it offers. Unlike a stationary bike, when you use the roller you must steer a little to maintain your balance on the freely spinning roller drums. Because steering adjustments change very quickly on rollers, you need to keep a correct riding position--sitting on the saddle center properly and holding the handlebars softly. The roller trainer encourages you to develop the an improvedposition for riding on actual road--where you achieve your maximum performance with minimum power.
The roller trainer is focused on developing your total riding skill for increased speed rather than on building up muscles, as you would on a stationary resistance trainer. The roller trainer helps you learn the correct riding position and a more effective pedaling technique for a faster and more powerful performance when you are on the road. Once you master riding on rollers, you will be able to ride on the road more smoothly, safely, and with greater speed.
How to Use the Roller Trainer:
Position your roller trainer close enough to a wall or hand rail so that you can touch the wall easily from the bike. When you first get on bike you can support your body by holding the wall or handrail. The bike's gear position should be in the middle setting, not too light and not too heavy. Apply your main weight to the center of the saddle. Adjust your hip position to sit in the exact center of the saddle. If your hip position is off the center, you won't be able to ride rollers correctly. Hold the bike's handlebars gently--if you use a drop-bar, hold the top-bar just next to the stem--if you use a flat-bar, hold the metal part of the handlebar. This positioning helps you maintain your balance and symmetry. Do not look down--looking down will interfere with your sense of balance. Raise up your head to look 6 to 10 feet ahead. Begin pedaling while gently supporting your body by holding the wall. If you are confident with your balance you can let go of the wall and increase your speed. If you are not so confident, pedal slowly and concentrate on keeping the bike vertical. Gradually reduce the amount of weight that you are holding against the wall and concentrate on keeping the bike vertical. When you achieve stability try to remove your hand from the wall and promptly grab the handlebar. Do not apply any unnecessary force to the handlebar. Try to keep your speed at 12 miles per hour or faster. Try to change your pedaling style from just pushing down to "spinning" the pedal. To stop on rollers, do not apply any brake, just stop pedaling to reduce the speed. Just before you lose balance when the bike is almost stopped, reach your arm to the wall for support.
Safety Guidelines:
Beginners should be supported by a skilled helper. Using the rollers along a wall or handrail increases rider safety.
Do not apply any force to handlebar, and sit in the center of the saddle.
Dancing on rollers is not recommended.
Set the front roller in the correct position to fit your bike's wheelbase perfectly. If the front roller is in wrong position, you may fall off.
Do not apply brake at all times on rollers. You will lose balance and fall off suddenly. To stop training, just stop pedaling and wait until the speed is reduced.
Check the tire air pressure before use. Roller drum compresses the tire much harder than ground, so if the air pressure is low, the tire will be deformed and may be damaged.
To avoid injury, never touch the spinning wheel, roller, or belt when in use. Keep children and pets away from rollers during sessions.
On rollers, the front wheel also spins. Do not hang a towel on the top-tube or handlebar to avoid accidents.
Do not stand on the roller drums.
What's in the Box?
Action Advantage Roller Trainer, instruction manual, warranty policy card

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Cat Eye Bicycle Light

cat eye bicycle light

    bicycle light
  • Bicycle lighting serves to increase the visibility of the bicycle rider to others in dark conditions, i.e. to increase the rider's conspicuity and to enhance the ability of the rider to see, illuminating the way forward.

    cat eye
  • (Cat-Eyes) A person who is able to see well in the dark.

It's the end of the week, time for batteries to be recharged

It's the end of the week, time for batteries to be recharged

This is the weekly line of some of my bicycle lights queuing to have their rechargeable batteries charged. I use mostly Sanyo 2700mah AAs for the high drain front steady lights, and Sanyo Eneloop AAs and AAAs for the lights that blink.

The Eneloops have lower power than the 2700s but do not discharge as much when not in use, perfect for blinkers.

From left to right, the lights are a pair of Fenix L2Ds, three Cat Eye TL-LD610s, an S-Sun EagleFly, a Cat Eye HL-EL320, and a Maxxon wireless brake light.

The Maxxon is quite cool. Using G-force technology similar to the Wii controller, it knows when you are applying the brakes of your bicycle and will emit a brake signal.

On Sunday nights, another queue starts. This time the bicycles themselves queue to get their tire pressure checked and tires pumped.

My new ride III: Dahon Curve D3

My new ride III: Dahon Curve D3

My new Dahon Curve D3 folding bicycle. Comes with 3-speeds via a Sturmey-Archer 3 hub, 16-inch Schwalbe Big Apple tires, integrated BioLogic™ Zorin PostPump seatpost pump and folds to a 34 x 60 x 65 cm size. Weight is about 11.4 kg (25.1 lbs).

I have added a Cat Eye HL-EL135 light for the handlebar, and a Cat Eye TL-LD 600 rear red blinker to the seatpost.

It is for my wife to ride on weekends. But I took it to the office for a spin. Despite the smaller wheels, I took about the same amount of time to ride to work. In fact, the ride was more fun. It is a very agile little fella.

cat eye bicycle light

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10 toddler bike

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