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AAA safety tips for sharing the road with motorcycles. It's Bike Week in Georgetown and along the coast, and May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.
AAA Carolinas is urging both motorcyclists and motorists to share the road to ensure everyone’s safety. The National Highway Safety Administration reports that in 2015, 4,976 people died in motorcycle crashes, an increase of 8.3 percent in 2014 and 14 percent of all traffic fatalities. In 2015, motorcyclists were 29 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a crash per vehicle mile traveled, and almost five times more likely to be injured. Great Outdoors: Minnesota Fishing Opener - Fox21Online.
Will the federal government require devices to slow down motorcycles? Springtime in New Hampshire means motorcyclists are itching to hit the state’s scenic, winding roads.
But if they trusted a widely distributed news article last year, they might think they need to install a device that limits their motorcycle to 75 mph – per a federal government regulation – before they can ride. Since the Granite State has the second-highest motorcycle ownership rate nationwide – one bike for every 17 people – a mechanical requirement imposed by the federal Department of Transportation would hit the state especially hard. Scattershot: Outdoors news & notes - The Buffalo News. More free fishing days proposed The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) would like to offer up a few more free fishing days to help promote sport fishing during key times on the outdoor calendar throughout the state – and they would like hear your comments on the proposal.
The proposal would include establishing statewide free fishing days during President’s Day weekend in February (focused on ice fishing), National Hunting and Fishing Day (the fourth Saturday in September) and Veteran’s Day (in November). Look out for motorcycles! Bikes return to the roads. PERRYSBURG, Oh WNWO — They may have two wheels, but they're allowed on the road just the same as cars, trucks and vans.
With warmer weather returning, at least for the moment, in northwest, Ohio on Friday, motorcycles were a common sight on the roads. Pat Getzinger, a military veteran, has been riding some form of motorcycle since he can remember and his passion continues today. "I've been riding for about 30 years...started out with mini-bikes, living out in the country, riding around out in the fields than out onto the streets," said Getzinger.
Colorado coffee roasters, brewers do good with special coffee, beers that support nonprofits – The Denver Post. Emily Ehr never imagined that drinking a cup of her favored dark-roast coffee could help her community.
But it can and it does. Ehr, a volunteer at Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center in Longmont, bought three bags of The Galloping Bean coffee over the Christmas holidays. Proceeds from each bag went to the hippotherapy center, which pairs therapy horses with local children and teaches the kids to overcome physical and mental barriers as they learn to ride. Rome Is Raising the Price of Coffee. Expensive cities all have their steals.
In Rome, it’s coffee: In cafés across the city, locals linger over espressos and foamy cappuccinos that cost a euro, maybe a little more. (There’s no such thing as coffee-to-go in Italy—not yet, at least.) But a coffee price hike is on the way. Yesterday, Rome's Bar Association—which offers assistance to more than 7,000 cafes in the Italian capital—announced that it will suggest bars and cafés raise their coffee prices to keep up with increasing rents, bills, and to invest in renovations like Wi-Fi, according to The Local. The cost per cup is expected to go up 10 to 20 cents by the end of the summer. Crystal Lagoons to promote healthy living in Middle East. Crystal Lagoons, the multinational water innovation company and developer of man-made lagoons, is providing the perfect remedy for homeowners with a passion for fitness in the Middle East and Egypt with the ultimate aquatic workout.
It enables the low-cost construction and maintenance of large bodies of crystal clear water in an idyllic beach setting, while providing the perfect backdrop for a healthy living lifestyle. 23 years of personal finance wisdom distilled into one final column. I started writing this column in 1994.
A motorcycling adventure across Iran: 'the standout attraction is the people' Problem loading page. Make a plan to improve your finances in 2017. People who make resolutions on money matters tend to feel better about the state of their finances, said Ken Hevert, senior vice president of Retirement at Fidelity.
Newslook With the turn of the calendar, it’s the perfect occasion for many Americans to think about doing things differently starting on Jan. 1. And while the idea of making a New Year’s resolution may sound hokey or cliché, a recent survey from investing giant Fidelity shows that simply making a plan to improve in the coming year can be an important part of your overall financial health. Fidelity surveyed more than 2,000 Americans and found that, of those who made financial resolutions, 52% felt they were better off financially, while only 41% of those who didn’t make a plan a year ago felt they got ahead.
21 Very Merry Holiday Coffee Blends. Welcome to Adventure Bike Rider. Adventure Motorcycle Riding Techniques. National Coffee Association Launches Coffee Career Center. 3 Ways Daylight Saving Time Affects Your Health. Prevent Colds and the Flu With These 22 Genius Tips. Global Healthy Living Foundation Fact Checks ICERs Myths. Report Reveals Insurance Ties and Disregard for Patient Input in Analysis Reports Global Healthy Living Foundation (GHLF) released a fact check report entitled “Omissions in ICER’s Claims” in response to a report recently issued by the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER).
Notably, the GHLF fact check report reveals ICER’s close ties to the insurance industry, undermining the objective role that ICER claims it plays in deciding whether patients are granted access to life-saving medication. On August 9, 2016, ICER issued a report entitled “Addressing the Myths About ICER and Value Assessment”, that aimed to respond to the growing questions over ICER’s credibility by a number of doctors and patient advocacy groups. GHLF’s fact check of this report found, among other inaccuracies, that: “ICER is more interested in helping the insurance industry save costs than understanding the life-saving merits of new and innovative drugs,” said Ginsberg.
About Global Healthy Living Foundation. An Interview With Yuko Inoue, Coffee Masters NYC Champion. After a fierce weekend of competition at the second annual New York Coffee Festival, a new champion has been crowned at the Coffee Masters Tournament: Yuko Inoue, of Timberyard UK in London, England. Third time was the charm for Yuko Inoue, who has competed at two past Coffee Masters tournaments before taking home the grand prize in New York. This includes a nail-biting second place finish at the 2016 Coffee Masters Tournament at London Coffee Festival, to which she lost a squeaker on points to two-time champion Ben Morrow.
Yuko Inoue will spend this prize menu visiting more origin countries, including their first-ever visit to Africa. 20 Foods that Detox Your Body & Mind. Vaccination Opt-Outs Have Declined in Many US States. Despite well-publicized concerns that parents are not getting their children vaccinated in parts of the US, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that by kindergarten age, the vaccination rate for the current school year is 90% or better in all but three states and Washington, DC. This year 22 states had a vaccination rate for entering kindergartners of at least 95% compared to 17 states last year. Medicinal Uses. 6 Important Prebiotic Foods - Absorb Health.