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Review N°7 - USB charger The plug, Cliq5

This USB charger is integrated into the handle of my bike as an “addon”. It gets the electricity from the dynamo. This is a good idea though really not worth the money. 111 more words


Not A Salesman

I had a conference call for dōTERRA. The people above me, they call it an upline, wanted to make sure that I know how to host a class, how to get people interested, and all that fun stuff. 766 more words


Review N°6 - Bike Toutterrain Silkroad

Toutterrain bikes have different “addons” where you can choose different options. This bike has a stainless steal frame which makes it slightly heavier then a bike with an aluminum frame but it is definitely sturdier. 167 more words


Review N°5 - Bike Trek 920

I was very happy with my bike, it was strong and light weight. My bike had the dropped handle bars which did cause me some shoulder pain in the beginning, but after some time that went away. 69 more words


The Fantastic Four – the elephants that carry your training world

We all build the mental worlds in which we live, and we don’t all live in the same world, even if we believe we do. Some worlds, like Terry Pratchett’s… 1,567 more words

Practical Karate

Review N°4 - Schwalbe tires Big Ben, 20x2.15

We didn’t know what kind of tires I had. And by the end of the trip we knew that these are the tires to have. I had not one puncture in these 2740 km over rough and smooth surfaces. 336 more words


Review N°3 - Bontrager tires XR1, 29x2.0

These were absolutely awful; I had over 15 tire punctures in seven weeks, which is horrible when you have a fully packed bike and limited time and energy. 314 more words