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18 Oct 2010
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Lesley hit the streets to find out about your ultimate Christmas gifts.
8 Dec 2010
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A world record is broken at the inaugural tightrope walking convention.
3 Dec 2011
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We got a first look at the newest way to get around, the Solowheel! It's the smallest, greenest, most convenient "People Mover" ever invented with its gyro stabilized, electric engineering.
18 Jan 2012
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*******t***/K0oue1ar - Best Price Review - Fujifilm FinePix S3200 14 MP Digital Camera 14-megapixel CCD sensor; 24x wide-angle optical zoom lens Motion Panorama shooting mode 720p HD movie capture; mini-HDMI output Easy upload to Facebook and YouTube Capture images and video to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included) 14 million effective pixels; 1/2.3 inch CCD sensor; 24x optical zoom lens plus approx 6.7x digital zoom 3.0 inch color TFT LCD monitor plus electronic viewfinder; HD MPEG4 movie 720p with sound 6 scene SR AUTO recognition; Motion Panorama mode with auto stitch; Auto image rotation in playback Dual image stabilization; Face and Blink Detection; Smile and Shoot mode; Auto red-eye removal; Tracking auto focus
21 Mar 2012
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Lehren brings you a set of Weird True, Facts across the globe. And today's weird stories are- Nude Swimming Race In Sydney, Man living with lions, Chewing gum spoils your memory, Elephants ill treated in circus, Youngest family ever For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
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Lehren brings you a set of Weird, True Facts across the globe. Today's weird stories are- Nose mucus improves your immune system, Males can breastfeed, Pigs orgasm lasts for 30 minutes, Weird style of catching a python For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
15 Mar 2013
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12 Dec 2016
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19 Dec 2016
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its me juggling riding a unicycle using trick sticks and doing some tricks with my knife and riding my bike standing up
6 Jan 2007
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This is how we "roll" at the Madison House. Good times. Yes. I can ride a unicycle. No I'm not riding it in this film. I'm the one on the skateboard that doens't know what he is doing.
15 Jun 2007
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This is a promo video for the variety show Spotlight that played at the Bourbon Street Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas 2004 - 2005. Here are the performers in this video: Kold Karacters - Break Dancing Michael Cagle - Singing Will Roya & Michael Johns - Unicycle Bit Greg Steele - Stright Jacket Escape Mark Bennick - Illusion Will Roya - Magic & Juggling
11 Sep 2007
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That Chinese guy with the unicycle.
12 Apr 2008
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In this special edition of Pixel Pilgrim's Retro Review Super Show, we take a look at a Super Nintendo game that's kind of awesome but not necessarily any good at all. Definitely worth checking out if you're into racing games and you missed Nintendo's side-scrolling... unicycle racer... when it came out in 1994.
17 Oct 2008
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Cycling is the use of bicycles, or - less commonly - unicycles, tricycles, quadricycles and other similar wheeled human powered vehicles (HPVs) as a means of transport, a form of recreation or a sport. It is done on roads and paths, across open country or even over snow and ice (icebiking).As a sport, cycling is governed internationally by the Union Cycliste Internationale in Switzerland (for upright bicycles) and by the International Human Powered Vehicle Association (for other HPVs, or human-powered vehicles). Cycling for transport and touring is promoted on a European level by the European Cyclists' Federation, with associated members from Great Britain, Japan and elsewhere. Regular conferences on cycling for transport are held under the auspices of Velo City; global conferences are coordinated by Velo Mondia.Mountain biking grew in the late 20th century, including recreation and racing. It emphasises riding special cycles with high gear ratios over rough paths, special obstacle courses or directly cross country. While very popular as a sport, it has also been criticised for damaging the countryside.Shortly after the introduction of bicycles, competitions developed independently in many parts of the world. Early races involving boneshaker style bicycles were predictably fraught with injuries. Large races became popular during the 1890s "Golden Age of Cycling", with events across Europe, and in the U.S. and Japan as well. At one point, almost every major city in the US had a velodrome or two for track racing events. However since the middle of the 20th century cycling has become a minority sport in the US whilst in Continental Europe it continues to be a major sport, particularly in France, Belgium, Italy and Spain. The most famous of all bicycle races is the Tour de France. This began in 1903, and continues to capture the attention of the sporting world.The physical exercise gained from cycling is generally linked with increased health and well-being. According to the World Health Organization, physical inactivity is second only to tobacco smoking as a health risk in developed countries, and this is associated with many tens of billions of dollars of healthcare costs.[10] The WHO's report[11] suggests that increasing physical activity is a public health 'best buy', and that cycling is a 'highly suitable activity' for this purpose. The charity Sustrans reports that investment in cycling provision can give a 20:1 return from health and other benefits.[12] It has been estimated that, on average, approximately 20 life-years are gained from the health benefits of road bicycling for every life-year lost through injury.One concern often expressed (both by non-cyclists and some cyclists) is the thought that riding in traffic exposes the cyclist to higher levels of air pollution, especially if he travels on or along busy roads. This has been shown to be untrue, as the pollutant and irritant count within cars is consistently higher,[29] (presumably because of limited circulation of air within the car and due to the air intake being directly in the stream of other traffic).Bicycles were first developed in 1817 and have long since been used as a form of transport. Originally, the front wheel was much larger than the rear wheel, and the rider was elevated a great deal, making them difficult to control and very dangerous. In 1885, J.K. Starley of England devised the more modern bike with a chain and gearing to allow the wheels to be of equal size. Although bicycle races had been held on the old "penny farthings", the new bikes stimulated the growth of bicycle racing as a sport.Bicycles were first developed in 1817 and have long since been used as a form of transport. Originally, the front wheel was much larger than the rear wheel, and the rider was elevated a great deal, making them difficult to control and very dangerous.Bicycles were first developed in 1817 and have long since been used as a form of transport. Originally, the front wheel was much larger than the rear wheel, and the rider was elevated a great deal, making them difficult to control and very dangerous.
14 Jun 2009
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