If there’s one stand out of 2014’s Christmas season it was the rise of the Fitness Tracker, for one FitBit adds and product in the stores were near inescapable. And, […]
Ducati’s marketing says the Multistrada 1200 S Touring is four bikes in one, and each mode matches a riding progression in my recovery from this spring’s broken collarbone. Seems a good excuse for a series of mini-reviews covering the Urban, Touring, Sport and (maybe) Enduro modes as I reacquaint myself with riding.
Must Do Destination: Carson Valley / Lake Tahoe Adventure Motorcycle Ride & Rendezvous OneWheelDrive.Net’s Kevin Miklossy hits the trail to Tahoe for a preview of the second annual Carson Valley / […]
OutDrive.ca‘s Neil Johnston pretends like he might be a family man and writes a review of the 2013 Ford Explorer Sport… “In the canyon turns the 2013 Ford Explorer Sport, a huge dreadnaught-class piece of American muscle and swank, is making gains on the motorcycle ahead. Here, I conclude that this performance SUV will never grace the cover of better parenting magazines – this is family hauling weaponized.”
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Our sister site OutDrive.ca reviews the 2013 Ford Focus ST, “I like to imagine that during the Focus ST’s design Ford hired a consultant representative of Europe’s ST Nation, whose job was to sit sullenly in the corner, and threaten violence every time an engineer muttered “sensible” or “practical”. The result is something brilliant.”
As the Jeep Wrangler churns its way up the incline of a quad trail, its nose is pointed skyward, I can’t see the “road” in front of the vehicle over the hood, and I’m not entirely sure what’s on the other side of the rise. This is a point where your faith in the Jeep’s four wheel drive, and the Wrangler Unlimited’s inherent indestructibility. The psychological distance from roaming around town roofless in the sun is massive, as the Jeep drives home that it is an all access pass to the back country.
The e-mail comes promptly after my swim work out, “500 kilometers! You’re kind of a big deal…you’ve logged over 500 kilometers with RunKeeper!” Assuredly the bigger deal, is that RunKeeper continues to surprise and delight me nearly every workout, that leads to motivation, and some very effective marketing.