– Morning, traniacs. (dull thud) I get asked a heck of a lot, what is the trainer that I use. Historically, for the last year, it has been either the Wahoo KICKR or the CycleOps H2. This is the Saris H3. So, there’s been a name change from CycleOps to Saris, and a price drop.
Here is real world test of Best Motorcycle Communication System in 2019 – The Freedconn T-Max Intercom Headsets with 6 Riders connected in sync. In this Vlog I demonstrate 4 of us talking while we are on the usual Sunday Morning Rides and let me be honest and say that this rivals the Cardo Talk
– [Male Speaker] Trendsetting, crowd pleasing, outlandish, it’s the concept car. A fantasy vehicle filled with possibility and wonder. But don’t fall in love with that Nissan IDX, or Porsche Mission E, because the reality is, the rubber will never meet the road. What, it’s just a showpiece? Ah, so why build these dream machines
(car wheels squealing) – What happens when you take two of the same car and modify them with completely different aftermarket parts? – One with top-of-the-line parts and one with cheap budget parts. – Do more expensive parts make a better car? – Yes. – Hold on. We don’t wanna jump into conclusions in the
yesterday wanna show you how you can mount your samsung Galaxy Note 3 bike handlebar mount three-piece to you by handlebars so here happy now and this guy here call the loss the club’s now this has universal video now so it works with all smartphones so he’s gonna hold you know just fine can
Buying a new car sucks. Yeeeehaw! Do the stanky leg, do- Dealership haggling aside, the most stressful part about buying a car is usually figuring out for paying for it. Cars are expensive, usually the most expensive thing you own. But it wasn’t always like that. Here’s how cars got so pricey. Henry Ford sold
– “Zoom Zoom,” you know as Mazda. “Let’s Go Places,” that’s Toyota. “The Ultimate Driving Machine” can only be BMW. How do we know this? Because thanks to advertising, it’s been planted in our brains. No doubt, car ads are everywhere, pervasive and persuasive. So how did we get from modest newspaper ads run off