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Oregon Coast Day 6 Coos Bay to Port Orford

In the last post, I mentioned how boring the run from Florence to Coos Bay was. There just wasn’t a lot of excitement, or picture worthy opportunities along the way. 991 more words

Cycling

Days 5 & 6 - The Lynd Oasis Roadhouse to Undara Lodge...and a rest day!

All I could think about as I set off around 7.30am from The Lynd Oasis Roadhouse was how good a rest day would be. Before this trip started, I had just been doing my normal bicycle commuting that comes with not having a car. 424 more words

Cycle Touring

Battering on

I think I’ve mentioned in the past that the correct configuration for a papershop run is headwind out, tailwind home. I may also have mentioned that the new house is… 581 more words

Cycling

BMW Heading for a Bumpy Ride?

Brexit will cast a cloud over BMW second-quarter results when it reports on August 2.

While the group is expected to report a 2% rise in second-quarter pre-tax profits to €2.63 from €2.55 the previous year and a rise in revenues to €24.55 billion from €23.93 billion, the estimates for the company going forward aren’t as great. 228 more words

Car Companies

5 Thought Provoking Trends In 2016

Being taken ill this weekend, I decided to do a little project which has been on the back of my mind. But what I found was pretty thought provoking… 938 more words

Randoms

Economic Growth is Slowing Down: What Shall We Do about It?

My last post, “Why Economic Growth is Slowing Down,” reports on the work of the economist Robert Gordon in his book “The Rise and Fall of American Growth.”  Mr. 342 more words

Jack Heidel

Headwinds ...

Headwinds.

I used to hate them. Then I shifted my thinking. I began thinking of them as a training aid. Resistance training. They improve my conditioning like long climbs and strengthen my resolve. 11 more words

Cycling