Packable, lightweight wet weather protectionExtremely breathable ultralight Exoshell40TM 3-layer waterproof material fully seam sealed,Waterproof stretch panels on the shoulders, sides and cuffs,Athletic women’s cut, not flapping,Back pockets with zipper,External Gel Case,Concealed strap for quick and easy packing up the jacket,Reflective elements at the waist and arms,Those who claim the women from sugar?.ConstructionNylon 90%,Elastane 8%,Polyester 2%.Technical […]
The Strobe jacket is littered with bright and reflective materials to light you up like a Christmas tree! Huge reflective chevrons across the back of the jacket and lower arms give great night time visibility,A fully reflective front zipper, reflective piping down the front and rear of the arms as well as additional prints complete […]
The essentials Price – £ Must see – Hue’s Imperial Citadel, Hoi An’s Ancient Town Trip potentials – My Son Hindu Sanctuary Transport – Both do-able on foot. Overall – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Overview Our next two stops brought us out of jungle humidity and back into civilisation, both ancient and modern. Hue housed our overall favourite […]
A hearing Friday on whether to raze the abandoned streetcar trestle at the south end of Glover Archbold National Park had its moments of crackling dispute, but nearly four hours of talk did little to clear the fog shrouding the span’s fate. Nearly a dozen witnesses turned out (March 22, 2019) to tell their side […]
An advertisement encouraging young cyclists to wear protective helmets when on the road has divided opinion on social media following criticisms of … This content is been publish thanks to iM DC – Best Tips for Business in the Washington DC area To see the original article, click here
A new bill aims to make cycling more financially appealing for commuters. Known as the Bicycle Commuter Act of 2019, this bill would provide a tax break for those who commute by bicycle or e-bike.
(First published in Limping Chicken here) This blog was written in Orlando airport, where I have stopped en route home, with seven hours to kill. I have often wondered how I ought to go about this final blog post given that all of my blogs, both here in Limping Chicken and my own personal blog […]
A long time ago, one of my neighbours, when talking about her husband and his hobby of running, explained that he joined a running club. She said that it was a little “unusual” because her husband was “not a joiner.”. I really liked the phrase. It is so much better than “loner” or “shy” or […]