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Ohio Bicycle Events Calendar

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Plug and Play Solar

Ready to Run. The PowerCubeTM makes deployable renewable energy simple. By integrating the latest solar energy, power storage and power management technologies, the PowerCube is engineered for home use, emergency response, construction, and any other remote power needs. Need even more power? It’s also scalable, with each unit easily linked to the next in a “daisy chain” of power. The PowerCube is ready to use with minimal installation, making it ideal to generate power either on or off grid, for short or long-term, as primary or back-up electricity. Safe and Green. In emergency situations, access to traditional fossil fuels can be limited and difficult. The PowerCube's primary source of power is the sun, which means that the unit provides essential power without reliance on fossil fuel deliveries. Plus, heat, noise and emissions are virtually nonexistent. From the middle of the Sahara, to the middle of the back yard - Never worry about electricity again. Ever. More at the site...

Get your own Moon Dog Bobblehead in Wheeling

Link here If anyone can get me a bobblehead that would be awesome. I am in Columbus and cannot get over to Wheeling for the event.

Leaving it all behind, to bike around the world

(CNN) -- In 2002, at the ages of 62 and 48, Pat and Catherine Patterson decided to leave it all behind. They sold their real estate business and their cars, gave their furniture to their children, and put their home up for rent. Strapping their remaining possessions to two bicycles, the couple set off to bike around the world. More...

Wheeling Heritage Trail Bicycle Tour

Here is the application form Event date: May 25, 2008

'World's Largest Bicycle Parade!'

The city of Davis (CA) is ready to set the world record - again. Saturday at 3 p.m., UC Davis Aggie Pack, in conjunction with the city, will host the "World's Largest Bicycle Parade!" in an attempt to reclaim its previous hold on the Guinness World Record. The event will take off from Aggie Stadium and is free to the public. Story continues...