Euan wrote:Suzie was reading Royal Auto last night and there were a couple of pieces about cycling. Interesting stats from one of the articles.
Two adult bicycles are bought for every one child bicycle.
The average price paid for a new bicycle is $2,000.
I haven't read it myself and have no idea what the sample size was, how the figures were arrived at what have you. just thought it would be of interest given comments about $1,200 not being an entry level price.
Joker wrote:<snip> You only need a few of these things and generally could fluff your way through talking to the bank to tell them 'your' credit card was stolen and could they send out another one, just after having changed 'your' address with the bank.
earl wrote:Now, here's some off-the-record inside information for you; if you really want to know ALL about someone, all you have to do is a rubbish-bin audit.
redbike wrote:I think BV's policy of promoting bike paths is fine for kids, but bikes are vehicles and if we're serious about reducing greenhouse gasses, then bikes need to be seen as transport equal to cars and thus road users.
redbike wrote:There is nothing for me in Bike On anymore. I't's little more than a shopping guide. The last issue but one featuring that guy who bought all that bling for his bike was the last straw for me. What a tool.
redbike wrote:The last issue but one featuring that guy who bought all that bling for his bike was the last straw for me. What a tool.
mhayli wrote:The most successful person I have ever met was earning $14 an hour as an admin clerk in the retail industry. Why was he successful? He had a job that was virtually stress free and he lived a 10 minute walk from home. This maximised the amount and quality of the time he was able to spend with his family. He was one of the happiest blokes I have known. To me, that is what makes you successful.
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