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|Author||: Matias Corea,Gestalten|
|Publsiher||: Die Gestalten Verlag-DGV|
|Total Pages||: 272|
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Go on the trip of a lifetime. Two Wheels South shows you how to realize your own journey. Two friends take the motorcycle trip of their life--From Brooklyn to Patagonia. Matias Corea shares his insights on how to prepare, choose the right motorcycle, what to pack, how to plan the route, where to camp and last but not least: How to prepare your mind. Setbacks and breaking down are part of the adventure, but preparation and being on the road teach you the confidence to tackle any problem. Follow Matias Corea and his friend Joel through the American South, Central America over the Darien Gap and beyond, over wooden cracking jungle bridges in Colombia and to dry lake high plateaus in Argentina. Feel the character of the roads and the smell of nature: Riding a motorcycle is one of the purest forms of traveling. After 7 months and 13 countries Matias and Joel have learned a lot while riding down south on their trusty BMW air-cooled G / S overland haulers and are ready to share their experience. Two Wheels South invites you on the experience of a lifetime.
|Author||: Bob Neubauer|
|Publsiher||: Outdoor Action Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 197|
|Genre||: Bicycle touring|
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Long before smart phones and GPS devices simplified bike touring, cyclists were crossing the roads of this country, equipped with little more than two wheels and a map. This is the tale of one such rider who tackled the East Coast in the early '90s. Leaving behind an unfulfilling job, he loaded up his bike and set off, meandering along rural back roads, meeting strangers, listening to their stories and enjoying their unexpected hospitality. Not everything went as planned, though. Unforeseen circumstances forced him in directions he hadn't anticipated; searing summer heat drained his energy; and he spent many a nervous night bedding down where he didn't belong. His trip touched the tip of failure-yet succeeded in ways he hadn't imagined. Through it all, the people who crossed his path, sometimes offering only a kind word, gave him the inspiration he needed to persevere. Two Wheels and a Map details Bob Neubauer's two-part solo bike journey from Bangor, Maine, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His often-amusing observations on the people and predicaments he encountered along the way give the book a lighthearted tone as it chronicles his life on the open road. Bob Neubauer is also the author of Alone in Austria: A Solo Bike Trip Across Austria. It chronicles his two-wheeled journey from Salzburg to Vienna, Austria, visiting quaint villages, castle ruins and ancient monasteries.
|Author||: Anne Mustoe|
|Publsiher||: Random House|
|Total Pages||: 336|
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India is no place for the faint-hearted cyclist. The streets are jammed with cars, busses, rickshaws, animals, fortune-tellers, barbers, beggars and people sleeping or cooking. Following the success of her two previous outings, A Bike Ride and Lone Traveller, adventuresome ex-headmistress Anne Mustoe donned the cycle helmet once more and set out on an exhilarating journey round the Indian subcontinent. Beginning in Kathmandu in Nepal and ending in the tranquil hill town of Kandy in Sri Lanka, Anne's amazing journey is told with keen observation and the relish of the open road.
|Author||: Mike Farrell,Lukas Lancz|
|Publsiher||: Lukas Lancz|
|Total Pages||: 347|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
Download One Man Two Wheels A World to Change The Life Journey of Mike Farrell Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Journey with us into the life of Mike Farrell, a man as complex as he is captivating. Best known for his portrayal of the affable, introspective Army surgeon, Captain B.J. Hunnicutt on the television classic M*A*S*H 4077th, Farrell has long proven himself to be more than just an actor. Beyond the screen, his life unfolds like an epic tale of passion, determination, and an unyielding commitment to making the world a better place. In this eBook, we venture beyond the cameras and into Farrell’s extraordinary personal journey. Leaving the comforts of Hollywood, he straddled his trusty two-wheeler and ventured into the wide world. From the dusty roads of Africa to the bustling streets of Southeast Asia, Farrell’s travels were more than a simple escape. They were a mission, fueled by a deep-seated passion for political and human rights causes. For decades, Farrell has used his fame as a platform to speak out against injustice, fight for the marginalized, and promote peace. He has worked tirelessly, not just to entertain, but to enlighten, and, above all, to effect change. His travels on his motorcycle were not a celebrity’s whim, but rather a conduit for empathy, a means to connect with communities. This eBook is a homage to Farrell’s life off-screen. It encapsulates his journey from Hollywood’s glitz and glamor to the rugged terrains he’s traversed on his motorbike, and, more importantly, his ceaseless fight for justice and equality. For Mike Farrell, the world is a stage, and he’s played his part with an unfaltering commitment to truth, courage, and the cause of human rights. So, hop on, hold tight, and prepare yourself for an incredible ride through the life of a remarkable man. We hope you’re ready. Mike Farrell’s world-changing journey awaits you!
|Author||: Jody Rosen|
|Publsiher||: Random House|
|Total Pages||: 270|
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**SHORTLISTED FOR THE SUNDAY TIMES SPORTS BOOK AWARDS 2023** 'Full of delightful anecdotes and interviews and fascinating historical tales' Mail on Sunday A panoramic portrait of the wonderous vehicle whose passenger is also its engine. A toy, a tool, a liberator, or complete nuisance: the bicycle has been many things to many people over the decades, yet it endures as the most popular form of transport in the world. How has such a simple machine achieved so much? Combining history, travelogue and memoir, Jody Rosen reshapes our understanding of this ubiquitous vehicle from its invention in 1817 to its present-day renaissance as a 'green machine'. Readers meet unforgettable characters: women's suffragists who steered bikes to the barricades in the 1890s, a Bhutanese king who races mountain bikes in the Himalayas, astronauts who ride a floating bicycle in zero gravity. By examining the bicycle's past and peering into its future, Two Wheels Good forms a joyful ode to an engineering marvel of global importance. 'Funny, precise, surprising' Adam Gopnik 'Love for two-wheeled transport runs through every sentence' Economist 'Wry, rich, deeply researched' Patrick Radden Keefe
|Author||: Hong-Sen Yan|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 309|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download Reconstruction Designs of Lost Ancient Chinese Machinery Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
South pointing chariots, walking machines and the astronomical mechanical clock are all used as illustrated examples in this fascinating and unique study of lost machinery in ancient China. This is the first book of its kind, combining creative mechanism design methodology with mechanical evolution and variation theory to set out how some ancient designs can be recreated. Furthermore the book reflects on how age-old wisdoms could stimulate stunning new machinery in the future.