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That Amazing Freestyle .... A unicycle is a one-wheeled human powered vehicle. Unicycles are similar to, but less complex than, bicycles.Unicycles are composed of a few key parts: the wheel (which includes the tire, tube, rim, spokes, hub and axle), the cranks, pedals, fork-style frame, seatpost, and saddle (the seat of the unicycle). The wheel is usually similar to a bicycle wheel with a special hub designed so the axle is a fixed part of the hub. This means the rotation of the cranks directly controls the rotation of the wheel (called direct drive). The frame sits on top of the axle bearings, while the cranks attach to the ends of the axle. The seatpost links the frame to the saddle.There are many different types of unicycles, which can include (but are not limited to): freestyle unicycles, trial unicycles, MUnis, giraffes, and long distance unicycles, which all have special components unique to that type of unicycle.
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That can be very funny if something going not as planned..... A scooter is a two-wheeled motor vehicle with a step-through frame. Many modern scooters have their engines located forward of the seat and affixed to the frame. The classic scooter design features a step-through frame and a flat floorboard for the rider's feet. This design is possible because the scooter engine and drive system, transferring power to the rear wheel, is either attached to the rear axle or under the seat. In contrast to a frame mounted motorcycle engine, this front-hinged arrangement allows the engine to swing vertically in conjunction with the motion of the rear wheel. Older Vespas, most vintage scooters, and some newer retro models have axle mounted engines with a manual transmission with the gear shift and clutch controls built into the left handlebar.
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Thumb Up for the nice skill.... Neighborhood For basic unicycling, this is the place to be. Not too long ago, all mass-produced unicycles were in this category. Basic, cheap unicycles such as the Torker CX are used. Freestyle unicycling Freestyle means to do skills, stunts, or tricks. Not only is freestyle a well-known term in BMX bicycling, it is also the name for a competition event in unicycling. Trials unicycling Trials unicycling is specifically aimed at hopping and riding over obstacles. Because of the constant pounding a trials unicycle endures, it must have a very strong axle and crankset. Street unicycling Street unicycling (or simply "street" as it's known within the sport) is a style of unicycling where riders use combinations of objects found in urbanized settings, such as curbs, ledges, handrails, stairs as well as flat areas to perform a wide variety of tricks.
24 Aug 2007
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You can easily adjust the seat, backrest and kneeler until it's 'just right' for you. The continuous movement of the patented, swivel-axle seat and kneeler promotes comfort, good posture and spinal health.
27 Sep 2007
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In the imortal words of Axl Rose, get in the ring, Al...
31 Oct 2007
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A quick how to and introduction to bodybuilding and proper supplementation for ultra fast muscle growth and endurance enhancement. Meet the pro Mr. Dan Conner who can squat and axle press 1000 Lbs.
6 Nov 2007
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the car that need your attention. give the comment and rate it!! They were large touring cars with the largest V12 engines and often had custom bodywork. All America models used a live axle in the rear, were front-engined, and had worm and sector steering.the America series was based on a series of concept cars which bore the Superfast name. Therefore, the
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Big Will gets excited about his first time in the ice rink! Watch this new Big Will skate video and see his crazy attempt at doing a triple axle figure skating jump! For all Big Will videos, log on to *******www.HellaFuckedUp**** Add Big Will on Myspace! Myspace****/FuckBigWill
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Land Rover has revealed an exciting vision of its future with the LRX concept at the Detroit Motor Show. The three-door LRX is more compact, lighter and features sustainable technology. It addresses the needs of a changing world and offers the potential of 120 g/km CO2 emissions. Shorter than the Freelander 2 / LR2 and 205 mm (8.1 in) lower, the LRX is conceived as using a 2.0-litre, turbodiesel hybrid, capable of running on bio-diesel. Combined with other technologies, this powertrain could reduce fuel consumption by as much as 30% compared with other comparable 4x4s. The concept's integrated Electric Rear Axle Drive (ERAD) would allow LRX to use electric drive alone at lower speeds while retaining full and even improved 4x4 ability in tough conditions. The Integrated Starter-Generator (ISG) function would stop the engine automatically when the vehicle halts in traffic, so the engine does not idle needlessly, and restart it quickly and smoothly as required. LRX also incorporates Land Rover's acclaimed Terrain Response system, which optimises vehicle drivability and comfort, as well as maximising traction. On LRX, this includes a new and efficiency-focused 'Eco' mode. LRX's novel design approaches would further improve efficiencies by reducing vehicle weight. These include exposed seat structures, roof and instrument panel as well as replacing the glass for the side windows and roof with SABIC Innovative Plastics polycarbonate, which is around 40% lighter. The polycarbonate also blocks virtually all UV light while special nano-technology within the material reduces infra-red transmission, helping to keep the interior cool. Even the choice of premium-quality trim materials reflects Land Rover's deep thinking about sustainability, with vegetable-tanned leather, extensive use of aluminium, carpeting made of felt from sustainable sources and a 'fine suede' on the door inserts and headliner made from 100% recycled plastic bottles and fibres. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Length: 4351 mm / 171.3 in Width (excluding mirrors): 1895 mm / 74.6 in Width (including mirrors): 2083 mm / 82.0 in Height: 1535 mm / 60.4 in Wheelbase: 2660 mm / 104.7 in Engine (proposed): 2.0-litre turbodiesel (Federalised) CO2 emissions (potential): 120 g/km (on European combined drive cycle) Produced for Land Rover
17 Jan 2008
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Eric Holland recaps Grammies and notes the marketing campaign. Axl not such a bad guy?
21 Feb 2008
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After years of work we got our 1969 GMC with one ton axle and other cool features back to work.
1 Oct 2009
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Joe Kirin 1(626)975-9298 jjkirin2007yahoo**** This lot is for everything that is included in the video. The location of this sale is in San Gabriel, Ca. If you are seriously interested you can visit to inspect the lot. The asking price for the entire lot is $6,500. Thanks for looking. 1930 Ford 4 door sedan body, 1929 Ford Truck(just the chassis), engine blocks, fenders, upholstry kit, steering boxes, bench seat, running boards, rear ends, axles, assorted parts.
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"Cynthia Witthoft" Song: "Monster Truck Madness" Album: "Drunken Orgy In Hell 2 - 2004" - In the late 1970s, modified pickup trucks were becoming popular and the sports of mud bogging and truck pulling were gaining in popularity. Several truck owners had created lifted trucks to compete in such events, and soon competition to hold the title of "biggest truck" developed. The trucks which garnered the most national attention were Bob Chandler's Bigfoot the first Monster Truck, and Fred Shafer and Jack Willman Sr.'s Bear Foot, and Jeff Dane's Awesome Kong, At the time, the largest tires the trucks were running were 48 inches in diameter. Sometime in the late 1970s, Bob Chandler drove over cars in a field making BIGFOOT the first Monster Truck to crush cars. Chandler drove Bigfoot over a pair of cars in a field as a test of the truck's ability, and filmed it to use as a promotional tool in his four wheel drive performance shop. An event promoter saw the video of the car crush and asked Chandler to do it in front of a crowd. Initially hesitant, Chandler eventually caved in. After some smaller shows, Chandler performed the feat in the Pontiac Silverdome in 1982. At this show, Chandler also debuted a new version of Bigfoot with 66 inch diameter tires. At a prior event in the early 80's when BIGFOOT was still running 48" terra tries, Bob George, one of the owners of a motorsport promotion company named Truck-a-rama, coined the phrase "Monster Truck" when referring to BIGFOOT. The term "monster truck" became the genaric name for all trucks with oversized terra tires. Both Awesome Kong and Bear Foot followed Bigfoot to 66 inch diameter tires, and soon other monster trucks, such as King Krunch, USA-1, and Virginia Giant were being constructed. These early trucks were built off of stock chassis which were heavily reinforced, used leaf spring suspension, a stock body, and heavy military axles to support the tires. As a result, the trucks were incredibly heavy (usually 13,000 to 20,000 lb.) and most times had to crawl up onto the cars. For most of the early 1980s, monster trucks performed primarily exhibitions as a side show to truck pulling or mud bogging events. In 1985, major promoters, such as the USHRA and TNT Motorsports, began racing monster trucks on a regular basis. The races, as they are today, were in the form of single elimination drag races, held over a course littered with obstacles. The change to racing eventually led truck owners to begin building lighter trucks, with more power. The establishment of TNT's first-ever monster truck points championship in 1988 expedited the process and found teams beginning to use straight-rail frames, fiberglass bodies, and lighter axle components to shave weight and gain speed. In 1988, to standardize rules for truck construction and safety, Bob Chandler and George Carpenter formed the Monster Truck Racing Association (MTRA). The MTRA created standard safety rules to govern Monster Trucks. The organization still plays a major role in the sport's development in the USA and EU. With racing taking precedence, several teams began to think in new ways as to how the trucks could be built. In 1988, Jack Willman Sr., now with his own truck, Taurus, built a new truck which used a four-link suspension system and large coil springs, and that weighed in at close to 9,000 lb. The following year, another coil sprung truck, Equalizer debuted. The ultimate coup de grâce, however, came from Chandler, also in 1988, whose Bigfoot VIII featured a full tubular chassis and a long-travel suspension using nitrogen shock absorbers to control the suspension. The truck revolutionized how monster trucks were built, and within a few years most top level teams built similar vehicles. In 1991, TNT was purchased by USHRA and their points series were merged. The Special Events championship began to grow in popularity with teams as it had open qualifying spots which the invite-only USHRA championship did not have. The Special Events series lost its Pendaliner sponsorship in 1996, but the series is still running. The short-lived ProMT series started in 2000. Although racing was dominant as a competition, USHRA events began having freestyle exhibitions as early as 1993. These exhibitions were developed as drivers, notably Dennis Anderson of the extremely popular Grave Digger, began asking for time to come out and perform if they lost in early rounds of racing. Promoters began to notice the popularity of freestyle among fans, and in 2000 USHRA began holding freestyle as a judged competition at events, and now even awards a freestyle championship.
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11 Apr 2008
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29 Apr 2008
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9 Feb 2009
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