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The Coros LINX Smart Cycling Helmet enables riders to wirelessly connect their helmet to their smartphone.With Coros LINX, you can listen to your own music, take phone calls, talk to fellow riders, and hear navigation and ride data through our open-ear Bone Conduction Technology and a precision wind-resistant microphone. Coros LINX lets you stay hands, ears and eyes free so you can focus on the road and a better ride.The Coros LINX Smart Cycling Helmet isn't just any helmet. Coros LINX in...

The Coros LINX Smart Cycling Helmet enables riders to wirelessly connect their helmet to their smartphone.With Coros LINX, you can listen to your own music, take phone calls, talk to fellow riders, and hear navigation and ride data through our open-ear Bone Conduction Technology and a precision wind-resistant microphone. Coros LINX lets you stay hands, ears and eyes free so you can focus on the road and a better ride.The Coros LINX Smart Cycling Helmet isn't just any helmet. Coros LINX in...

Innova Hits a Cyclist Killing him on Spot and Badly Injuring Siliguri Youth and his Staff   Yesterday afternoon an Innova car hit a cycle rider near checkpost under Bhaktinagar thana. The person in the cycle died on spot said sources. And while escaping from the site the Innova engulfed another accident in which it hit a bike.  The biker a youth from Siliguri Saiyam Goyal and his staff got badly injured. Saiyam had lost his senses due to multiple injuries whereas his staff was in his senses…

Innova Hits a Cyclist Killing him on Spot and Badly Injuring Siliguri Youth and his Staff Yesterday afternoon an Innova car hit a cycle rider near checkpost under Bhaktinagar thana. The person in the cycle died on spot said sources. And while escaping from the site the Innova engulfed another accident in which it hit a bike. The biker a youth from Siliguri Saiyam Goyal and his staff got badly injured. Saiyam had lost his senses due to multiple injuries whereas his staff was in his senses…

A series of drawings, Colour Pencil on brown paper. Cycling is the fastest growing sport and with so many new riders on roads & trails thought I'd try and illustrate some safety tips & hand signals. Hoping save some broken skin & bones. Graphics being used by Bicycle NSW for the Sydney Spring Cycle. www.cycologygear.com

A series of drawings, Colour Pencil on brown paper. Cycling is the fastest growing sport and with so many new riders on roads & trails thought I'd try and illustrate some safety tips & hand signals. Hoping save some broken skin & bones. Graphics being used by Bicycle NSW for the Sydney Spring Cycle. www.cycologygear.com

Color Pencil on brown paper drawing. Cycling is the fastest growing sport and with so many new riders on roads & trails thought I'd try and illustrate some safety yips and hand signals and hopefully save some broken skin & bones.

Color Pencil on brown paper drawing. Cycling is the fastest growing sport and with so many new riders on roads & trails thought I'd try and illustrate some safety yips and hand signals and hopefully save some broken skin & bones.

The first two-wheeled vehicles began to appear in the late eighteenth century. They had no steering and were propelled by a rider pushing there feet along the ground. Steering was later added in 1817. In 1842, Kirkpatrick MacMillon created cycle with pedals and cranks. 1869, Michaux and Louis-Guillaume Perreaox attached small steam engine to a “bone shaker”. Dr. Nicholaus Otto patented the four-stroke principle in 1876. The Copeland brothers built a prototype steam-powered bicycle in 1884.

The first two-wheeled vehicles began to appear in the late eighteenth century. They had no steering and were propelled by a rider pushing there feet along the ground. Steering was later added in 1817. In 1842, Kirkpatrick MacMillon created cycle with pedals and cranks. 1869, Michaux and Louis-Guillaume Perreaox attached small steam engine to a “bone shaker”. Dr. Nicholaus Otto patented the four-stroke principle in 1876. The Copeland brothers built a prototype steam-powered bicycle in 1884.

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