Three years in jail for London driver who used car “as a weapon” against cyclist

"It is not inconceivable that your deliberate actions could have killed him," says judge as he passed sentence from Road.cc RSS Feed http://ift.tt/2py5uCW via IFTTT

Closing out Copper with Nightmare Snowboards

They ain't going home without a fight. Read the full Closing out Copper with Nightmare Snowboards article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2r0MUVc

Superpark 21 presented by Nexen Tires – Day 2 Photo Recap

All the action from day two at Superpark 21 at Mammoth Mountain. Read the full Superpark 21 presented by Nexen Tires – Day 2 Photo Recap article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2qTNUhp

22 of the best commuting bikes — hybrids, tourers, folders and more that’ll get you to the office with minimal fuss

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Gradestone at Bear Mountain – Lenny Mazzotti, Drayden Gardner and More

The slush has been dealt with. Read the full Gradestone at Bear Mountain – Lenny Mazzotti, Drayden Gardner and More article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2px5eEc

Video: Bahrain-Merida rider celebrates Giro d’Italia stage ‘win’ – a lap too early

Bahrain-Merida's Luka Pibernik thought he'd won in team leader Vincenzo Nibali's home town - but there were 7 kilometres to go from Road.cc RSS Feed http://ift.tt/2r263a2 via IFTTT

Bliss 4

Getting heavy on the metal in Michigan. Read the full Bliss 4 article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2q3eVhK

Battaglin launches Stephen Roche 1987 replica frame

Frame marks 30th anniversary of Roche's victory in the Tour, Giro and World Champs from Road.cc RSS Feed http://ift.tt/2pzMxk5 via IFTTT

Giro d’Italia Stage 5: Fernando Gaviria doubles up in Messina

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The Very Strange and Fascinating Ideas Behind Quantum Computing

In 1952, Remington Rand’s UNIVAC computer debuted on CBS to forecast the 1952 election as early results came in. By 8:30, the “electronic brain” was predicting a landslide, with Eisenhower taking 438 electoral votes to Stevenson’s 93. The CBS brass scoffed at the unlikely result, but by the end of the night UNIVAC proved to... Continue Reading →

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