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Feb 15th 2013 3:38PM Remember, not to ride your bike around the Arc de Triomphe, as bikes are not allowed. Of course, I did it back in '84, the day after the Tour de France ended, and a BMW knocked me over, even though the driver saw me the whole time! Having ridden throughout Europe, I found Paris more difficult than average. There are some hilly areas!
May 5th 2011 10:35PM Klingon cloaking device in Russian hands.
Apr 28th 2011 10:58PM A whistle would be handy, in case you get buried in debris. An avalanche beacon in your emergency pack could be better.
Apr 15th 2011 12:41PM All very good tips, but the "huddle" one seems excessively selfish. None of your other tips seem to inconvenience others except huddling.
Apr 13th 2011 4:23PM It was only a matter of time. HD imaging chips let the Flip get a headstart, but it was inevitable that these same imaging chips would make it into smartphones, which are more useful, as they can also edit and upload more easily.
Mar 25th 2011 6:00PM 8 months, they should ride around the globe.
Mar 24th 2011 4:26PM Most useful?
Where is the men's toilet?
Mar 24th 2011 1:47PM How do you know those 2 guys aren't ex-pats?
Nov 7th 2010 8:55PM I think it's an R25 from 2005, though the wings have been simplified, and the livery has changed completely. They had that low nose, with the rounded arch struts, the vertical sidepod inlets, chimney outlets, and big flares around the rear wheels.
Nov 7th 2010 8:30PM When I first looked, I thought it was a Formula Renault car, but upon second looking, it might have been a car from several years ago. Either way, the engine sound didn't sound like it rev'd above 8000rpm.