“Pepper” Rider Ted Borland Turns Pro For Lib Tech

A quick catch up and congratulations with one of the tallest men in snowboarding. Read the full “Pepper” Rider Ted Borland Turns Pro For Lib Tech article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2hhIU2I

High Cascade Snowboard Camp Session 4, 2017 – Video Highlights

Good things come in threes and great things come in four. Session 4 recap highlights from High Cascade Snowboard Camp at Mt. Hood include Anna Gasser, Ted Borland, and more! Read the full High Cascade Snowboard Camp Session 4, 2017 – Video Highlights article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2hgX3Nj

VG in Boston – Jed, Grenier, Fronius, and More

A look back on Videograss' trip to Boston, filming for Videogracias. Read the full VG in Boston – Jed, Grenier, Fronius, and More article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2vlYKzr

?Reflections on Life in the Sharing Economy | Episode 4

Welcome to the penultimate episode of this series on the sharing economy. This episode is about YOU. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

Council fines London bike shop that provided free pump for cyclists

Towe Hamlets says Isambard's Cycles needs to apply for licence to keep goods on the pavement from Road.cc RSS Feed http://ift.tt/2f2fiWh via IFTTT

Eiki Helgason and Stan Leveille – Island Born Bonus Interview

Stan puts Iceland's biggest celebrity in the hot seat. Read the full Eiki Helgason and Stan Leveille – Island Born Bonus Interview article on Snowboarder Magazine. from Snowboarder Magazine http://ift.tt/2uO8P6J

Brompton launch their first e-bike

The iconic folding bike manufacturer have launched their first e-bike, that can be reserved now for an early 2018 delivery from Road.cc RSS Feed http://ift.tt/2vYwqAe via IFTTT

Rider dies during Prudential RideLondon-Surrey sporive

67-year-old Maris Ozols had cardiac arrest as he took part in 46-mile sportive from Road.cc RSS Feed http://ift.tt/2vlSpEa via IFTTT

Innovators: What’s Killing your Creativity?

We now consume up to five times as much information as 25 years prior; outside of work we process roughly 100,000 words every day. This drains us of not only willpower (of which we have a limited store) but diminishes our ability to think creatively as well. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

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