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My Bike Ride Bike Bicycle

- 1. Hindsight; noun; recognition of the realities, possibilities, or requirements of a situation, event, decision etc., after its occurrence; to realize the outcome of something after it has happened; Many people tend to live in the moment. By doing so, they may make irrational decisions. With hindsight, they may want to take back their decisions. Only after the event has occurred do they realize that something could have gone wrong. In hindsight, they may realize the danger of having jumped off that cliff into the river....   [tags: Logic, Inductive reasoning, Reasoning]

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Get On That Bike

- Studying for a final. Researching in a lab. Getting my EMT certification. Volunteering. Getting heart disease. I know what you’re thinking. How are these things all related to each other and wanting to go to medical school. Admittedly, it took me some time to figure that out myself. As I started each of the things above I didn’t necessarily begin with the thought that this experience would some how better prepare me for life as a medical student and physician. Even though being a doctor has always been my dream, I began each (albeit one of them with no choice) for a unique reason....   [tags: Personal Experience]

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The Breathtaking Bike

- One gains intellectual thoughts about something only by experience. I gained something the hard way, too. Throughout my life, I always have experienced something as I am learning about it. In the sixth grade, when we just finished learning about earthquakes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters, Japan’s catastrophic earthquake and tsunami struck. There were many other events also occurred, but the most arduous feels as if it was too recent to forget. Although it was quite a terrible memory, I somehow managed to shed only a few tears at the time....   [tags: personal story and recount]

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The Spin Bike

- he TriFit system was designed by Polar, the technological innovators in heart rate monitors since 1977. Polar, which was once known as Healthfirst, swtiched its name to Polar in the 1990's which is when it developed the firt model of the Trifit software. The first EKG accurate wireless heart rate monitor was invented by Polar back in 1977 as a training tool for the Finnish National Cross Country Ski Team. The concept of "intensity training" by heart rate swept the athletic world in the eighties....   [tags: Exercise]

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A Report On The Bike Share Program

- Summary The bike share program will have five different main points: The docking station, Anti-theft technology, Payment Machine, the Solar Panel system, Lithium battery and motor. Construction will start as soon as the city of San Jose will give the permit. Docking Stations The docking stations will be provided across the San Jose State University and San Jose area. Queensland University, in the journal Transportation research part D, people tend to use the bike share program if only the docking station is accessible....   [tags: Credit card, Payment, Lithium, San Jose]

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The Evolution of the Motorized Bike

- Heart racing and adrenaline pumping, John pushes the throttle on the bike, he goes ten, fifteen, twenty miles per hour and next thing you know, John is gone. The need for speed has always been in high demand. Fast cars, fast boats, and the thrill of having the wind blow in your hair is what evolved a simple bicycle into a heavenly creation. The average speed riding neutral on a course fourteen point three miles on a bicycle is between fifteen and seventeen miles per hour (“The Average Speed Page”)....   [tags: Motorized Bikes, vehicles, history, inventions, ]

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The Thrill of Mountain Bike Riding

- The Thrill of Mountain Bike Riding The Thrill of Mountain Bike Riding Have you ever experienced the excitement of mountain bike riding. You start pedaling and off you go on a mountain bike nature trail. At first, when you start pedaling going up that first hill your legs start to burn like there is no tomorrow. But, all of a sudden you reach that hill, and gain the confidence that you can do this. The next hill is bigger, and you need to remember to shift your gears while pedaling harder. “Mountain biking is not a series of obstacles, but a succession of opportunities....   [tags: Sport, Skills, Nature]

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Benefits Of Bmw Sport Bike

- Product Customer needs Customers wants Customer expectations Goods: goods is in tangible which is people are feel and touch it. I have choose BMW sports bike because of its very famous in New eland people like too much Customer needs is basic thing which is important for the people survive in the worlds every people have different needs I have choose BMW sport bike people need vehicle move one place to other Everyone have some personal likes they want something which is they like most. Every personal have different nation cultural belief they want anything according our own cultural belief....   [tags: Customer service, Marketing, Customer, BMW]

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My Bike Is My Sport

- “My bike is my gym, my wheelchair and my church all in one. I 'd like to ride my bike all day long but I 've got this thing called a job that keeps getting in the way,” by Bill Watson explains what my bike is to me. If I had my choice, I would be on my bike for hours a day again to watch, pray, and just be myself. Yet my job gets in the way, my life gets in the way. Without even meaning to I got looked up to on my bike and still do by, brand new, people everyday. When I walk to a football game or a public event I get ,“It 's so awkward that you 're not even next to your bike,” or “How long do you even ride?,”....   [tags: English-language films, 2005 singles]

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The Train, Horse, And Bike

- Introduction: In the 1800’s cars were not popular as they are today. As far as its intended purpose has not changed. The train, horse, and bike are other common forms of transportation with similar intended purpose as the car. The differences in transportation became very evident throughout the years. When thinking of trains you think more along the lines of transporting huge loads of resources or people from one location to another usually in the same region. When you think of bikes you think of morning rides along the park, or short trips around the city....   [tags: Automobile, Transport, Bicycle, United States]

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