New Yamaha NIKEN – Ride the Revolution – Yamaha Motorsports

New Yamaha NIKEN. Ride the Revolution. This large-displacement Leaning Multi-Wheeler (LMW) is powered by a liquid-cooled in-line 3-cylinder engine. This model is equipped with LMW technology to reduce the effects of changing ride environments and to deliver a high feeling of stability when cornering. It achieves excellent performance for spirited and sporty riding on various road surfaces and the capability to freely carve through the continuous corners of winding roads. The body design makes full use of the unprecedented front-end suspension mechanisms pairing 15-inch front wheels with dual-tube upside-down forks…

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Travis Heights Art Trail, Nov. 4-5, 2017

Travis Heights Art Trail travisheightsarttrail.org Where Artists Live and Work… Nov. 4-5, 2017  |  Saturday & Sunday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM There’s Nothing Else Like it! This will be year 15!! This is a grassroots art show, created by and for the artists of Austin. Each year, this city gem showcases some of the city’s longest practicing artists as they open up their homes and studios to the public. The Trail has become an area tradition, with art fans walking along the beautiful streets of the Travis Heights neighborhood. The event…

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αlpha electric bike, from Pragma Industries

Pragma Industries – fuel cell Hydrogen Energy The αlpha electric bike, from Pragma Industries, is another attempt at using hydrogen as a battery in transportation, but it might only make sense for fleets Pragma Industries, a fuel cell company, released details about its own version of a fuel cell electric bicycle, with one of the major selling points being its ability to enable a long range and a quick refueling time, which might be a big plus for fleet or commercial use. However, there’s still the sticky question about where…

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